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Audio-Technica AT8022Published on 10/11/08 at 00:20
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As good as it is on the manufacturer's documentation that I will not argue ....

NOTICE GLOBAL

Certainly not bulky, micro stro XY, a fundamental error in stro because the strong wavelength frequencies, infrieures 2000 Hz shall we say, remain in mono. No phase differences, no time difference between the two membranes of the cells 2, o is strophonique effect? Then we have the single-stro compatibility in mixing, but who today remains stro card since.
I test there is no real strophonie, it's good to put on a cassette for small footprint on assignment.
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Audio-Technica AT8022Published on 04/12/10 at 06:47
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Ambiance, Reporting

OVERALL OPINION

Over a year

Recently: Audiotechnica AT 820 (still in use, but older model, which has seriously changed ), Rode NT4, not to mention pairs

Very very good output level, outstanding "return air", Separations of L/R not too defined, excellent and impressive ability to separate planes (close, distant). Great maneuverability (size and weight, used in micro camera and comes with XLR / XLR and XLR-minijack).
Much less sensitive to wind than NT4 (which is terrible on this point) and handling noise.

With windshield, handle, and Rode PG2 (Dead Kitten) it is a truly formidable all-terrain tool!

Yes

Inexpensive, but compares well to microphones of much......
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Ambiance, Reporting

OVERALL OPINION

Over a year

Recently: Audiotechnica AT 820 (still in use, but older model, which has seriously changed ), Rode NT4, not to mention pairs

Very very good output level, outstanding "return air", Separations of L/R not too defined, excellent and impressive ability to separate planes (close, distant). Great maneuverability (size and weight, used in micro camera and comes with XLR / XLR and XLR-minijack).
Much less sensitive to wind than NT4 (which is terrible on this point) and handling noise.

With windshield, handle, and Rode PG2 (Dead Kitten) it is a truly formidable all-terrain tool!

Yes

Inexpensive, but compares well to microphones of much higher cost.
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  • Manufacturer: Audio-Technica
  • Model: AT8022
  • Category: Stereo microphones
  • Added in our database on: 10/07/2008

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