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Beyerdynamic M 260 NC
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Ribbon Microphone from Beyerdynamic belonging to the M series.

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  • an old tape

    Beyerdynamic M 260 NCPublished on 10/06/14 at 12:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is a dynamic band which has the distinction as the M260 and M160 another, being hypercardioid.
    Perfect for singing (with antipop what at the time it was played live without sealing at the microphone), acoustic gtr, the guitar amp, copper and percussion (no kick drum against).
    Unlike the current version of the M260 M260.80 said, it has no low-cut integrated. My version is the NCS because it has a switch on / off and a lock.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this version for a short time, I compared a current M260 and it seems that the output level of the current is lower than for the NC version.
    It has more low and also lower down the coup. The micro color remains the same on the rest......
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    It is a dynamic band which has the distinction as the M260 and M160 another, being hypercardioid.
    Perfect for singing (with antipop what at the time it was played live without sealing at the microphone), acoustic gtr, the guitar amp, copper and percussion (no kick drum against).
    Unlike the current version of the M260 M260.80 said, it has no low-cut integrated. My version is the NCS because it has a switch on / off and a lock.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this version for a short time, I compared a current M260 and it seems that the output level of the current is lower than for the NC version.
    It has more low and also lower down the coup. The micro color remains the same on the rest of the spectrum.

    A microphone to have in the park when you already have ribbons or in addition to M160.
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