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jcm800 05/15/2004

M-Audio Luna : jcm800's user review


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Condenser microphone (FET) large capsule. Application amateur or pro studio.
Comes with suspension (you know how much it costs for a suspension Neuman Answer: the price of Luna full!) And beautiful fly. The finish is superb.

If I could, I would put a note of 11/10 for the presentation and finish!


I use it for 2 months especially for the song.
Amazing for the price of efficiency. It's really not worth paying 10 times.

I compared with 2 other microphones that I work with: the Neumann TLM 103 Rode NT3 and.

- The Luna has a sensitivity, a dynamic response equivalent to Neuman, with a breath nonexistent. It is really good. It is just slightly less accurate in the acute and tends to a slight distortion if he did capture a strong source nearby.

- Compared to the Rode (which is about the same price), it is more neutral (less flattering in the lower and upper medium) but also much more sensitive and quiet.

I use it mainly for the song because it is very musical (slight bump in the medium) where a warm and soft. It requires virtually no EQ Neuman unlike that produces too much treble and a cold voice.
Warning: if the singer moves away, the Luna quickly loses bass ...

I return to this opinion because after testing, I discovered a few errors:
- This is not the Neumann is too acute, but rather the M-Audio who lacks a bit.
- With its large capsule, it has a tendency to drool in front of a bass guitar classic example
- It is less accurate than the Neumann, but not easier to place
- There are a few blows from the Neuman but it's still very quiet anyway. You really have to gain fully realizing it.