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Small diaphragm condenser microphones user reviews

  • Audio-Technica ATM450

    Audio-Technica ATM450 - "good"


    The ATM 450 has a Cardioid pattern and condensor mic that will cost you around 250 if purchased brand new. Though it is a good mic I feel like the price should be a little cheaper, more around the range of 199 or so. Just because there are some simil…

  • Apex Electronics 185

    Apex Electronics 185 - "we will keep using it"


    The Apex 185 is a very slim condensor mic that has 2 switches that are actually on the mic itself. One of the switches is a - 10 decibel switch for recording some instruments that pack a sharp punch like some brass instruments and for like a snare dr…

  • Neumann KM 184

    Neumann KM 184 - "i bought two of them"


    Neumann has always made some pretty good mics and they always get pretty good reviews from their customers. Most of the issues with mics are that they jut flat out are too expensive. Especially if you just want to get some good quality you will have …

  • Behringer B-5

    Behringer B-5 - "price and quality"


    I have used the B5 to record mainly guitar tracks and some drums but not that much because I don’t have a full drum set up at home. I have used the B5 for over a year now and I must say it is a very good accurate mic. I really don’t have any complain…

  • Shure KSM141

    Shure KSM141 - "good for drums"


    The shure KSM 141 is a multi patterned condenser mic. Its similar to the KSM 137, they look almost identical in appearance alone. I have experience NO feedback with the KSM 141 which is great after using a few other mics from Shure’s competitors , I …

  • Beyerdynamic MC 930

    Beyerdynamic MC 930 - "AMAZING Overheads!"


    Microphone Type: Condenser Polar Pattern: Cardioid Frequency Response: 40Hz-20kHz Max SPL: 125 dB (140 dB w/Pad) Output Impedance: 180 ohms Signal to Noise Ratio: 71 dB Self Noise: 16 dB Low Cut Filter: 250 Hz Pad: 15 dB Includes case, shock…

  • RODE NT3

    RODE NT3 - theaudioandvideoguy's review


    The Rode NT3 is a condenser instrument mic that’s pretty thin and stylish. It also comes in a nice little pouch so it doesn’t get dinged up. We had this mic over the timbalas in our studio for about a year before we switched our set up . We still hav…

  • Behringer B-5

    Behringer B-5 - "on the go mic"


    The Behringer B5 is a condesor mic that I was skeptical about from the start. But after using it on a few instruments and recording in to my laptop pro tools 9 it really proved to be a very nice mic. Actually for the price it might be on of the best …

  • AKG C 452 EB

    AKG C 452 EB - "decent but you can get better for the money"


    The AKG C 452 EB is a smaller diaphragm condesor mic. These are meant to be nice studio mics. Shure made a sliding scale for the different mic types, and these are the entry level small diaphragm condensers. I have used all 3 of the types, and there…

  • Apex Electronics 185

    Apex Electronics 185 - "great sound, great look"


    The Apex 185 is a uniquely designed condenser microphone that has an omni polar pick up pattern. This is not only a unique microphone in terms of look and shape, but unique in that it will pick up signals up to 30 KHz and as low as 9 Hz. Most microp…