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millefeuilles millefeuilles
Publié le 07/15/06 à 14:46
Micro-making his professional one-way long barrel (68 cm) phantom power supply that accepts a standard 48 V battery power or if your recorder or pre amp can not dlivrer. XLR, windscreen wind foam indispensable outdoors. 4 selector ring positions: off/marche/M1/V1 (the position M1 and V1 correspond to the selector acting cheap shot two different frequencies, 80Hz and 120Hz of memory.

OVERALL OPINION

I have long used this microphone with my NAGRA 4S and then with my EAA Micromix engaged its exterior and interior of the tens of film shoots documentaries before working with a Neumann KMR82i the quality that I prefried but it costs twice! This Sony micro grain has a very aprciable and especially a very good directivity due barrel length. It is therefore very directional which is very useful in noisy environments where you must isolate a source such as a speaker for example.
from memory I think this mic would cost nine euros in 1200 without the windscreen wind.
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