Cardioid condenser microphone.
80Hz high-pass and-10db pad
Rather for the voice, but surprisingly on instruments made.
On this side, not much criticized him, the finish is beautiful, it a low cut and pad, do not ask too much either. The suspension is really not bad, if not a little annoying to use.
I've had a little over a year. I bought it at the time of recording the first EP of my group.
I used it on a bass amp, amps guitars and voices.
For saturated guitars, I did not like at all, anyway I never liked the rendering of static on distos but I always spot a case where I have surprises (if I have time, I do not eat bread).
It depends on the song, but nothing exceptional in all cases: either it is doing its job in this case we are happy or needs work behind without EQ, but it also depends on the singer.
However edgewise screame / shouted (metal register), he rather surprised me cash it quite low and is quite nice, pleasant surprise at this level, but I have since had the opportunity to use a Shure SM7B that fits better in my opinion.
On a bass amp, coupled with a DI jack and SM57, I was more than convinced, I place each time and for virtually all styles.
If I have the opportunity to use a battery I would make my day notice.
I think nine is already a very good price / quality ratio, if you are used do not hesitate! For me it is still a microphone to have in-home studio.