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  • Bernard AncèzeBernard Ancèze

    Broadcast quality / price broadcast

    Schoeps CMH64Published on 02/07/12 at 06:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Electrostatic hand cardio / radio / studio, treated for voice nearby.
    Construction: top
    Reliability: Top
    Design: top

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is a microphone designed for broadcast, broadcast quality and price.
    This means that as vocal mic / radio there is no better or more expensive.

    The only micro that rivals in quality and price is the Neumann kms150.
    Choose between one or the other? Often, we do not choose, you take that (or those) who are "market" between the distributor and the radio or the studio, and we are very happy.
    More rarely, when we choose ourselves, we take the best price or occasion.

    I see it like this:
    The Schoeps is more balanced with a low-regi…
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    Electrostatic hand cardio / radio / studio, treated for voice nearby.
    Construction: top
    Reliability: Top
    Design: top

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is a microphone designed for broadcast, broadcast quality and price.
    This means that as vocal mic / radio there is no better or more expensive.

    The only micro that rivals in quality and price is the Neumann kms150.
    Choose between one or the other? Often, we do not choose, you take that (or those) who are "market" between the distributor and the radio or the studio, and we are very happy.
    More rarely, when we choose ourselves, we take the best price or occasion.

    I see it like this:
    The Schoeps is more balanced with a low-register mastered better than the Neumann.
    The Neumann is easier with its low cut and attenuation.
    Keep in mind that this type of microphone is processed against the proximity effect and thus that the bass is very much back.
    It works wonders in the studio on all receptacles nearby. Him or Neumann km85, nothing better in cardio without filter.
    On a song in the studio / live ...! Brrrr! Protection against plosives and sibilance is almost complete.
    I choose something else for OH, piano, and moods.

    On acoustic scenes if you do not have too much conflict with the returns it is really very beautiful, there you can find more ease with the Neumann Kms150.
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  • U-FLYstudioU-FLYstudio

    Schoeps CMH64Published on 02/18/06 at 14:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Micro basic body type CMC6 with cardiovascular capsule, fairly quiet (16dBa), withstands pressure of 132 dB, devoid of filter or attenuator, it is a construction that can imagine her singing of application: Radio, mobile studio, concerts, conventions, etc ...
    number of studio team of Radio France (France Inter, FIP, France Info, etc ...)
    - PS Bonnette 4 (several colors available)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Accurate sound, clear, with a big chutte bass below 250 Hz for an ultra close without taking into effect "boomy" and a slight increase in the frequency range measuring range from 2.5 kHz to 10 kHz (+2 dB) c 'is also around 2 kHz and its higher harmonics that this is the major advantag…
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    Micro basic body type CMC6 with cardiovascular capsule, fairly quiet (16dBa), withstands pressure of 132 dB, devoid of filter or attenuator, it is a construction that can imagine her singing of application: Radio, mobile studio, concerts, conventions, etc ...
    number of studio team of Radio France (France Inter, FIP, France Info, etc ...)
    - PS Bonnette 4 (several colors available)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Accurate sound, clear, with a big chutte bass below 250 Hz for an ultra close without taking into effect "boomy" and a slight increase in the frequency range measuring range from 2.5 kHz to 10 kHz (+2 dB) c 'is also around 2 kHz and its higher harmonics that this is the major advantage of this microphone, a very specific color, creamy in the midrange and upper midrange, a color attanchante in spoken voice!
    you can not do everything with a CMH64 is sure! but the voices spoken, sung in dubbing, radio, recording, he can do it!
    good, as soon as you move away, it becomes not so nice, it's not a very versatile mic, but this is not the idea of ​​commercial Schoeps!
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  • sylvaindesboissylvaindesbois

    Schoeps CMH64Published on 01/05/10 at 20:51
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    What kind of microphone? Cardioid condenser very used to the voice speaks.

    OVERALL OPINION

    As specific on prcdemment is the micro ftiche maisonde the Radio France but also RMC Info, BFM Radio ...

    Excellent tool in this area. As for the technician as the presenter, journalist ...
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