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Microtech Gefell MV 692 UM70Published on 03/18/09 at 07:57
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The mv692 is the prampli.
12V phantom and Tuchel or modified 48v and XLR.
The SPECIFICATIONS are those of the current UMT 70S Microtech-Gefell:
40 ... 18000 Hz
7mv/Pa in omni
13mv/Pa in cardio
8mv/Pa in 8
O = SPL: 139dB, C: 134dB, 8: 139dB
A-10dB pad
A low-cut
It accepts small caps:
M73 shot-gun
M93 omni
M94 cardiovascular
Large caps:
UM71 DC cardio
UM70 cardio, omni, fig.8
May be more ... vrifier.

The capsule which I speak is the UM70 3 Directivity Omni, cardio, fig.8.

OVERALL OPINION

I read here or the sound of Gefell mv692um70 is comparable to that of the Neumann U89 and more brilliant. It looks more like the U89 that something is true, but it......
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The mv692 is the prampli.
12V phantom and Tuchel or modified 48v and XLR.
The SPECIFICATIONS are those of the current UMT 70S Microtech-Gefell:
40 ... 18000 Hz
7mv/Pa in omni
13mv/Pa in cardio
8mv/Pa in 8
O = SPL: 139dB, C: 134dB, 8: 139dB
A-10dB pad
A low-cut
It accepts small caps:
M73 shot-gun
M93 omni
M94 cardiovascular
Large caps:
UM71 DC cardio
UM70 cardio, omni, fig.8
May be more ... vrifier.

The capsule which I speak is the UM70 3 Directivity Omni, cardio, fig.8.

OVERALL OPINION

I read here or the sound of Gefell mv692um70 is comparable to that of the Neumann U89 and more brilliant. It looks more like the U89 that something is true, but it is not quite the same sound.
Let's say it's the same kind:
Well posed serious own net.
Retailer medium rather uncolored, GPs.
Acute soft, without shine catchy, though, it's true, brighter than the U89, but it is not difficult to do brighter than the U89.
BPM also close enough cr95.
These microphones have a low medium rather that I have not found elsewhere and that I love. Gefell is one of the weirdest.
I noticed in Gefell, with the PM860 and the latter, a more user-friendly mode of cardio which suffers less from the proximity effect than many other microphones as their medium rather low is well presents.
It's a microphone that can match with the best German, BPM, Neumann and Sennheiser Shoeps, without confusing either.
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  • Manufacturer: Microtech Gefell
  • Model: MV 692 UM70
  • Category: Large diaphragm condenser microphones
  • Added in our database on: 03/11/2009

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