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  • fabamariefabamarie

    Milab VIP-50Published on 04/11/09 at 04:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Micro Plutt east edge small rectangular double diaphragm, solid construction, Lifetime Warranty, looks like a microphone that would be used by the weapon t

    multidirectional, high pass filters 200 and 500 Hz, -10 and -20 dB attnuation

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months with the 610 lamp Pramper
    I'm Entirely satisfied, I never found a microphone so that transcribes my voice (which I found inaudible in the treble on other microphones)
    it has a very good DEFINITIONS it is rather very neutral, very Fidler, nothing is too much a voice, no shine, a beautiful presence on the spectrum voice. aa the defect of his qualities, not very flattering on a sharp voice unlike most low-end…
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    Micro Plutt east edge small rectangular double diaphragm, solid construction, Lifetime Warranty, looks like a microphone that would be used by the weapon t

    multidirectional, high pass filters 200 and 500 Hz, -10 and -20 dB attnuation

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months with the 610 lamp Pramper
    I'm Entirely satisfied, I never found a microphone so that transcribes my voice (which I found inaudible in the treble on other microphones)
    it has a very good DEFINITIONS it is rather very neutral, very Fidler, nothing is too much a voice, no shine, a beautiful presence on the spectrum voice. aa the defect of his qualities, not very flattering on a sharp voice unlike most low-end microphones, it is perfect if you have a beautiful voice because it does not shine and provides a beautiful Fidler on the other hand on the treble was a little questionable and you do not forgive stepfather flat and bland. I tried to record a folk guitar for example and I realize that it would j'achte a guitar worthy of the name. or another a little microphone that boost the top end and gives the air

    for the deep voice is superb, precise, with the lamps can be something that has teeth, it is a micro dry, so very well for voice treble tonic. on classical guitar, the soft boards, mediums, I think it has to go on the brass instrument or instruments from many dj in the upper spectrum.

    really a very good mic for vocals, this is my first micro pro, I think I'll also buy a microphone type C214 to record guitars home studio when I need to shine. it is not really for versatility but to transcribe the beautiful sound with Fidler. its kind and its price (around 1200 euros), a top

    I keep a rserve on the note because I could not look others in the same price range
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