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  • cybertoolcybertool

    good stuff

    sE Electronics sE4400aPublished on 11/16/12 at 14:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    see data sheet

    OVERALL OPINION

    few years

    first "real" micro stuff I used before PA or Karaoke

    + I like the fact that it is multi-purpose it is convenient

    - It sounds pretty medium, personally I'm not a fan,
    and the attachment is not solid plastic

    it is very good, very well mean the smallest sounds

    I think for the price it is cool

    I have not tried enough microphones to know if I would do the same choice
  • eonozeonoz

    sE Electronics sE4400aPublished on 10/27/09 at 19:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Prima board you'd think a copy of the AKG C414, but to have one, I must confess that this micro there has something else ... no less no more, just something, so do not stop at appearances and understand he has a character all to itself that can not be found either on the 414 or a neumann.

    Micro multifunction and all-terrain: Voice, instruments, Atmosphere ...
    Electrostatics powered by 48v phantom essential.
    -10 And -20 dB PAD
    Cut down to 2 integrated levels
    selector on the front of the microphone: cardioid, hypercardioid, omnidirectional or figure eight

    I appreciate his multi-directional microphone that actually suited to any situation in the studio or on stage ...

    OVERAL…
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    Prima board you'd think a copy of the AKG C414, but to have one, I must confess that this micro there has something else ... no less no more, just something, so do not stop at appearances and understand he has a character all to itself that can not be found either on the 414 or a neumann.

    Micro multifunction and all-terrain: Voice, instruments, Atmosphere ...
    Electrostatics powered by 48v phantom essential.
    -10 And -20 dB PAD
    Cut down to 2 integrated levels
    selector on the front of the microphone: cardioid, hypercardioid, omnidirectional or figure eight

    I appreciate his multi-directional microphone that actually suited to any situation in the studio or on stage ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    1 month 1 / 2 of use, surprised at first because I was expecting something else, I first thought it was an entry-level microphone designed primarily to avoid the investment of a micro-cost and it being a sort of micro substitution, but I finally understand what micro and searching a bit, j'i discovered its possibilities by experimenting on a bit of all types of sources.

    To have at my disposal a fleet of pickups pretty nice, I love this kid on who has found a special place in my modest collection.

    It's a very nice tool manufacture and delivered in a suitcase enough class ... It's not always guarantee quality, but it's still very enjoyable. The clip on the other hand is rather fragile and I plan to tinker a piece of metal to replace the part of "holder" which is plastic.

    His side:
    It has a strong character and a very warm sound ... <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="biggrin" /> I like this color! (Especially when it comes to him a little -20 in with a TBP binding in this case, it offers a beautiful clarity that comes out very well the harmonics of an acoustic instrument or the sound of a voice ...
    I also used on battery and taken it was very effective: transparent in the sense that it did not destroy my sound nor did détimbré ... Excellent microwave background (like the 414 elsewhere)

    This is a purchase that I have absolutely no regrets and I think even having to make another pair ... unless I find a small briefcase paired factory ... even better ...

    The price is a little high but nothing to do with the mic in its class (other Studioproject, AKG, Neumann and consors ...)
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