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  • Anonymous

    AKG C 900Published on 10/20/02 at 14:16
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    APRS one year of use, and 2 pramplis buying a tlm 103, the silent ncessaire to review the test with which I c900 t hard enough when some of its came from my default prampli (beurkringer).

    Here are the akg c900, or how to put a microphone in a lectret body dynamics.

    The C900 is a song of micro scne capacitor, which means that the curve rponse trs is close to a studio condenser microphone.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the microwave for 6 months, and it is clear that if it has advantages, it also has inconvnients.

    As I said, it's more of a micro scne a studio microphone. The sound is better equilibrated gnralement a dynamic microphone and is a rcupre tural depth at high frequencies.......
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    APRS one year of use, and 2 pramplis buying a tlm 103, the silent ncessaire to review the test with which I c900 t hard enough when some of its came from my default prampli (beurkringer).

    Here are the akg c900, or how to put a microphone in a lectret body dynamics.

    The C900 is a song of micro scne capacitor, which means that the curve rponse trs is close to a studio condenser microphone.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the microwave for 6 months, and it is clear that if it has advantages, it also has inconvnients.

    As I said, it's more of a micro scne a studio microphone. The sound is better equilibrated gnralement a dynamic microphone and is a rcupre tural depth at high frequencies. The capsule is maintained by a system that suspention of trs trs apprciablement limine efficient handling noise.

    Proximity effect adds heat to the sound when getting closer. What else to say that if it should be rptition microphone, making his "live" view recording voice speaks, it is but no more songs for use in a home studio , for a hit against it for acoustic guitar.

    A brief produced enough balance. A good dynamic mic is cheaper and almost as INTERESTED.

    Choosing a good mic is difficult, it is that the use that you can really form an opinion. In use, I do not mean merely to "one two three" in the store but several weeks of testing in a rel.

    This is the kind of micro micro always have on hand when you do not need more heavy artillery
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  • AKG C 900Published on 02/11/05 at 09:43
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    I use this microphone hidden derrire my fts, mainly for choirs and sometimes to some tracks.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's an ending for this year since I micro, what j'apprcie this MODEL is the fact that many resume my voice is quite low perch and sometimes I do not grow a high volume to m'conomiser evening are as long as baloche ..! lol
    It therefore possde trs prsence good and grain is enjoyable live .. No I have not tried it in the studio, we have something for that.
    For that price you can afford also a must type sm58, APRS is all a matter of taste.
  • AKG C 900Published on 05/12/05 at 09:20
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    Good condenser microphone in this format.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have a few years and I bought it primarily for recording acoustic guitar in the studio. It will also trs good for singing in the studio if they have a drinking prampli. Sr Although there are better.
    I think it sounds great with the guitar! For singing, even when the sound is a dynamic diffrent. Gots question.

    The price right the silent era and more than rsonnable today. I would do this choice because it had a microphone in his equipment.
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