AKG C 416 PP
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AKG C 416 PP

C 416 PP, Microphone for Wind Instruments from AKG in the C 416 series.

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J-Luc 03/25/2003

AKG C 416 PP : J-Luc's user review

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Gooseneck microphone for miking instruments (accordion, woodwinds, piano ...), fix the instrument but removable (clips), you can buy (7.4) bindings for supplmentaires dplacer the microphone between instruments (accordion DAT SOL / DO and DO / FA for example). A non-aggressive adhsif spcial for varnish is provided.
It is a condenser microphone, power supply or fantme of Casing PSU required, you must purchase batteries or prciser fantme, do not forget it. All spices plastics (including fixation) can be exchange in case of breakage, there are clearly some fragile clips just fit in the fixed base instrument.
To supply 48V, an XLR containing micro electronic fuel comes via its mini-XLR.

I use it for a few weeks and ball home studio on a diatonic accordion.
I find it powerful and trs trsrsistant to feedback, the sound is clear trs, the instrument (a girl) regained freedom of movement in dance since the microphone following his instrument and that it no longer sticks to the microphone up. The microphone is good all the notes right hand (it was a micro tie left hand), of serious acute, I find the sound without harmonics trs Fidler dsagrables Submitted often this kind of instrument trs "mdium-without-a-coat-of-serious." It replaces the excellent ATM-33 I used up.
Gaffe the fragility of the binding.
Trs I am happy, I Rasht (Rasht and the same) the same, I find all the same a bit expensive.