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  • odvodv

    Audio-Technica PRO 37RPublished on 09/08/06 at 15:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See info on Audiotechnica

    OVERALL OPINION

    Hello,

    I use the microwave for 3 years in a lot of different situations, when a static is required.
    I most commonly useful in the hi-hat, but I used it in making its atmosphere in nickel, such as over head, some of percu idem.
    I think most importantly, he must take it as it is and not expect anything else, that is, compare it to other static. It is like that and it is used for what it brings.
    Before buying, I had set aside to test other models of the same brand and other brands, and more expensive, and what attracted me was the fact that it is precise and clear, but it is not "difficult" to place micro-known as some of its changi…
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    OVERALL OPINION

    Hello,

    I use the microwave for 3 years in a lot of different situations, when a static is required.
    I most commonly useful in the hi-hat, but I used it in making its atmosphere in nickel, such as over head, some of percu idem.
    I think most importantly, he must take it as it is and not expect anything else, that is, compare it to other static. It is like that and it is used for what it brings.
    Before buying, I had set aside to test other models of the same brand and other brands, and more expensive, and what attracted me was the fact that it is precise and clear, but it is not "difficult" to place micro-known as some of its changing as soon as we move half a centimeter, when you have to work fast but rather arragement (this by no means exclude an optimal placement of course!).
    Another super interesting, it is very small, which makes it very convenient. In addition it is not ugly.
    The only fly, it seems that its XLR slightly fragile, but it depends on how it is run, it's not always me who serves me.
    In short I find it so well that if you have for sale I might be interested!

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  • Obsolete AudioObsolete Audio

    Audio-Technica PRO 37RPublished on 10/29/08 at 07:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - What kind of microphone? (Song, sound, mixed ..)
    - What technology? (Electret capacitor ...)

    For the curious, here is a copy / paste the Audio Technica website:

    CAPSULE polarized capacitor plate permanently fixed fixed charge
    DIRECTIVA cardiod
    Frequency Response 30-15 000 Hz
    OUTPUT LEVEL 42 dB (7.9 mV) RF 1V/Pa
    Impedance 200 ohms
    MAXIMUM SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL 141 dB SPL, 1 kHz 1% THD
    DYNAMIC RANGE (typical) 112 dB, 1 kHz, SPL max.
    SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO 65 dB, 1 kHz / Pa
    SPECIFICATIONS SUPPLY Ghost of 11-52V DC, 2 mA typical
    WEIGHT 49 g (1.7 oz)
    DIMENSIONS Length 99.0 mm (3.9 ")
    maximum body diameter 21.0 mm (0.83 ")
    CONNECTOR 3-pin XLRM-type intgr

    OVERA…
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    - What kind of microphone? (Song, sound, mixed ..)
    - What technology? (Electret capacitor ...)

    For the curious, here is a copy / paste the Audio Technica website:

    CAPSULE polarized capacitor plate permanently fixed fixed charge
    DIRECTIVA cardiod
    Frequency Response 30-15 000 Hz
    OUTPUT LEVEL 42 dB (7.9 mV) RF 1V/Pa
    Impedance 200 ohms
    MAXIMUM SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL 141 dB SPL, 1 kHz 1% THD
    DYNAMIC RANGE (typical) 112 dB, 1 kHz, SPL max.
    SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO 65 dB, 1 kHz / Pa
    SPECIFICATIONS SUPPLY Ghost of 11-52V DC, 2 mA typical
    WEIGHT 49 g (1.7 oz)
    DIMENSIONS Length 99.0 mm (3.9 ")
    maximum body diameter 21.0 mm (0.83 ")
    CONNECTOR 3-pin XLRM-type intgr

    OVERALL OPINION

    -For how long have you been using it?
    I use it for 1 year and I have not had time to make him tell all he knows how

    - What is the specific feature you like best, the least?
    This micro accepts pressure levels levs, however it may saturate at a power snare for example, I had tried to return the stamp and it is not the ideal place for this microphone. I think it is advantageously used for making voice being given the bump he has in his Answers to between 5 and 10kHz. Despite his brilliance, do not believe that this mic is a champion of acute, once the curve pass 12kHz fall fast enough. This micro ragit well on making proximity (eg electric guitar ..)
    For the moment I'm not, my most frequent providers use this microphone is the hihat or electric guitars, I made a LATEST before a 100watt lamp has, the result is really good for someone who is looking for a serious clean and pleasant brightness. The report price is honnte qualified anyway, but I do not advise someone who would make his first static for the overhead, it is a little agrssif. on the other hand in proximity, it is very good even on a low ...

    EDIT: in fact after several usage, I realize that this mic is really good, it surprised me LATEST on bass, this microphone like the proximity.

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    In TCS: PG81 and MK012

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    OK, not too expensive or a bargain.

    - With the exprience, you do again this election? ...
    Why not, its a micro intressant have in its fleet mainly for its high medium rather acute rather tucked around 8khz
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