The SE Electronics Titan is a uniquely designed condenser microphone that is designed for use in the recording studio. It is a FET (field effect transistor) microphone and has a cardioid pick up pattern. It has bass roll off as well as a -10 db pad. It comes with a unique shock mount as the design and shape of the microphone is overall unlike most other microphones out there.
I've used the SE Electronics Titan a handful of times in a home studio setting and was overall pretty impressed with not only the sound of the mic but also with the cool look that it has. It is definitely something that will impress the clients which of course matters! The microphone has a nice and clean tone and is probably best suited for vocals, although it can be used with just about any acoustic instrument that you would be looking to get a detailed sound from like acoustic piano and guitar. It is also a good microphone for orchestral instruments like violin and cello as its extreme attention to detail makes it the perfect fit for applications like this. While it definitely has a nice sound it is by no means the best sounding microphone out there or the ideal microphone or the industry standard for anything. It is however a nice microphone to have in your collection as you never know when it might be the perfect fit for something. The price of the SE Electronics Titan isn't the cheapest as far a home studio microphones go, but also isn't as expensive as some other FET microphones out there. It is a perfect in between of quality and price and is therefore a great option for home studio owners. If you want a unique microphone to add to your collection the SE Electronics Titan is worth looking into, but probably isn't the ideal choice for an all purpose microphone.