I like them for overheads battery, making percussion (congas) moves away from at least 40-50cm to properly take reasonable INTERESTED leave and not have his "compressquot, if the microphones are STRP too.
for a horn section, it works great, after approx. 1m minimum distance.
Surprisingly, a does not work at all on a piano line ... makes a mtallique, aggressive. Plutt count for a pair on a Neumann TLM103 ...
quality good value for money.
Yes, I Rasht these microphones.
Did you find this review helpful?yesno
SytrusDrive's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I have a pair of SE 1A from a little over a year now.
Could I clarify to the Ambler's quality / price ratio without question. For just over 200 euros you get a pair of microphones very productive. I was able to record guitar, piano and drums, the microphones do their jobs well, there are ways to make them sound of hell if the recording conditions are right. A good string sound recording skills and good record should give something nice to listen.
I recorded the guitar from a friend with these microphones on myspace next ==> myspace.com / thelasttragedy
I have other mics for other uses.
Yes I would do without hesitation that choice considering the price.