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  • Mojave Audio MA-101

    Mojave Audio MA-101 - moosers's review


    The Mojave Audio MA-101 is a FET (field effects transistor) small diaphragm condenser microphone for use in the studio. The mic is one of the higher end mics from Mojave Audio that I’ve used. The mic has a Jensen transformer and a frequency respons…

  • M-Audio Aries

    M-Audio Aries - "a quality mic"


    The M Audio Aries is a condenser microphone for recording with a unique circle shaped cage. I wouldn't recommend bringing it outside of the recording studio since it's not cheap and is indeed a condenser mic. The mic has a cardioids polar pick up pat…

  • Neumann KMS 105

    Neumann KMS 105 - "I just hope you can sing good"


    In terms of dynamic mics, this is a pretty high tech design, with a 4 layer filter and a fairly high performance spec. You definitely get your money's worth in technology. The clarity of the 105, especially for a live dynamic microphone, is pretty …

  • Behringer C-2

    Behringer C-2 - muzikal's review


    Small-diaphragm dynamic (or electret?) mic Cardioid polar pattern. It comes with a mic clip and windscreen (for winter). OVERALL OPINION This mic that costs almost nothing (60 bucks for a pair and 30 secondhand) has a big advantage in my view,…

  • MXL 603S

    MXL 603S - moosers's review


    The MXL 603S is a small diaphragm condenser microphone for using in the recording studio. It's just about as cheap as a condenser microphone that you're going to find, and it actually sounds halfway decent. There is also a modification of this micr…

  • Shure KSM137

    Shure KSM137 - moosers's review


    The Shure KSM137 is a small diaphragm condenser that is made for using in a recording studio setting. This is a newer Shure mic, but I only used it for the first time recently. It's a cardioid microphone and has a 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response,…

  • Electro-Voice PL84

    Electro-Voice PL84 - Kierkes's review


    The Electro Voice PL series is certainly a series that has almost, in my humble opinion, almost always, almost always deliver on its promises. So when you see a microphone in this line that not only costs nothing more than $40 in the right place, but…

  • Blue Microphones enCORE 300

    Blue Microphones enCORE 300 - Kierkes's review


    The Blue Encore 300 is Blue's only hand held condenser microphone to date. This significantly makes it much more different than Blue's other entries into the market of the live vocal mic. The 100 and the 100i are both dynamics, and the 200 requires p…

  • Prodipe MC-1 Condenser Lanen

    Prodipe MC-1 Condenser Lanen - Kierkes's review


    The Prodipe MC-1 Ludovic Lanen microphone is a higher end model in French audio company Prodipe’s line of hand held vocal microphones. Before committing to that pigeonholing of the microphone into a purely vocal usage, I must comment that the MC-1 is…

  • Neumann KM 184

    Neumann KM 184 - "Basic mic great for beginner "


    I used the Neumann KM 184 one time to record some vocals. It was just alright. It just gave a dead sound. For the price though, it is a great buy. The quality is definitely as good as something of that price will get. What I really like though, is th…