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MXL V67G tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: MXL
  • Model: V67G
  • Category: Large diaphragm condenser microphones
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2004

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MXL V67G user reviews

Average Score:4.6( 4.6/5 based on 5 reviews )
 3 reviews60 %
 2 reviews40 %

ericthegreat's review"small condensor mic, big sound"

Wow, this mic sounds great! That was my first reaction to the MXL V67G. They are not totally without fault, but overall these are really great small diaphragm condenser mics. This mic will need phantom power from your preamp to work, and it will connect with an XLR cable. The mic is normally a cardioid pickup pattern, but you can actually change it by spinning the top end. If changed, this mic will double as an omni mic. The cardioid setting is very focused, so you can really hone in on a particular source in a room. The omni setting is very useful if you are using a pair of these in stereo as room mics. That is actually my primary use for these mics - they really nail that role. You will also get a nice pad selection. You can switch from 0 attenuation to -15dB and even -25dB to ensure that you aren't going to distort on any of your inputs. There is also a low roll-off filter that is switchable. There is a steep high pass filter, and also a more gentle and gradual low roll-off that starts around 120Hz. This mic is also remarkably quiet in terms of self noise.


I have had a pair of these for a few years. It is definitely my favorite of the from MXL small condenser lines. You might be wondering if it's worth the extra money to get the newer line of the MXL’s I will tell you right now that it is! The sound is definitely better in almost every respect, and you get more features such as the ability to change this tight cardioid mic into an omni mic. When you consider that, this mic becomes a great value. I definitely recommend this mic. Not to mention it doesn’t look to shabby either! Not too sure if it comes in different colors but the blue-is green color works for me!

goodbyebluesky's review

MXL's V67g is a large diaphram condensor type microphone, mainly for studio use and due to its low price probably useful to home recording enthusiasts on a budget.
The sturdy metal capsule painted green, with a gold cover makes this microphone LOOK like it cost more than 100 bucks! Very sharp looking.

According to the manual, the 200 Ohm output impedance is transformer balanced and the frequency response is stated as 30Hz-20KHz. It comes with a cool carrying pouch


I've used this on a handful of home recordings, mostly recording acoustic guitar and male vocals. this is only my second condensor with the first being an MXL 990 I was very pleased with how warm and "un-harsh" this mic sounds.

Unfortunately I haven't been able to try out many LDC mics but from my experience and the ton of reviews I read before making my decision to buy it- you cant go wrong spending the 100 bucks on it. It suits the vintage, folky, "warm" kinda sound I am looking for when tracking my acoustic guitar playing. It gives me a nice thick sound while retaining enough clarity to satisfy me, though I imagine the lack higher-end detail and definition could keep it from cutting through the mix if you were tracking multiple instruments.

Even with my limited experience, I doubt I would use this mic on electric guitar amps. It doesn't capture the attack as crisply as other mics would.

stega's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

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Bought a few months ago for a hundred dollars, I have also adapted the suspension, which is very well made elsewhere.
Previously, I went through the Tbone (450), m audio nova, a Studio Projects B1 MK2, so the microphones in the same price range. I always thought it did not used to purchase much more expensive to record in a non-acoustically treated.
The failure of these mics more or less "low end" is that you get tired quickly. Initially the sound seems very flattering, and we realize their weakness and are sold quickly.
This is not the case of MXL.
I find it very balanced, silky, soft, clear, absolutely not aggressive. In short, the qualities that are found only rarely in competition made in China.
Finally, its design is simple, no pad, no filter. it can be considered a defect. Me what I see is that it is beautifully done, it seems very tough, not pretty (the gold side is not flashy).
MXL was right to focus on the essentials.
The quality / price ratio, for me, is most excellent.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

I am a "total quiche" in making sound, but I fell for ... color green and gold


First test last night on the branch prampli interface MOTU Ultralite, it makes a natural sound, and trs ar rich in harmonics. The singer silent upset to hear as a, so if the technical point of view I think is not worth Tripet, I can certainly assure you that it's good trs trs mat riel. We can then compare this or that for micro Determines strengths and weaknesses but all who rvent a good condenser microphone for their home studio can safely choose the latter remains a report quality-price staggering.

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