MIC REVIEWS

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slc_dan
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Re: MIC REVIEWS

Post by slc_dan » Sat Aug 14, 2004 5:02 pm

the link is actually

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/sid ... _id/112318

and the price is 699.99 incase you were wondering





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Re: MIC REVIEWS

Post by slowcolors » Tue Sep 07, 2004 6:25 pm

has anyone checked out the rode k2? i just got one and can review it in a few days/weeks after i've put it through the paces...it sounds great so far...would be very interested in hearing other peoples' thoughts...thanks,

sam

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Soundelux iFET7

Post by daveaux » Mon Sep 27, 2004 2:18 am

Anyone had the pleasure?
http://www.mercenaryaudio.com/soundeluxifet7.html

a FET '47 and U87 clone in ONE mic. Their stuff is generally good. I'm curious.

thx

DR
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Re: MIC REVIEWS

Post by Eric Rottmayer » Tue Oct 12, 2004 12:24 pm

slowcolors wrote:has anyone checked out the rode k2? i just got one and can review it in a few days/weeks after i've put it through the paces...it sounds great so far...would be very interested in hearing other peoples' thoughts...thanks,

sam
i got one. i love it. but i don't have any super expensive mics to compare it to.
it's great on my voice and acoustic guitars. the multi pattern dial is so nice.
but i've never owned a tube mic before, except the AT3060 which doesnt even
compare, so maybe i'm just awe-struck cause my ears are naive. but i've found it
very valuable in recording vocals especially.

that and the sm7 together, with the sm7 close and the K2 more roomy omni, is
really nice.

eric

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Re: Soundelux iFET7

Post by Coco » Fri Nov 19, 2004 8:19 am

daveaux wrote:Anyone had the pleasure?
http://www.mercenaryaudio.com/soundeluxifet7.html

a FET '47 and U87 clone in ONE mic. Their stuff is generally good. I'm curious.

thx

DR
I had one of these. A soundelux iFET7. It sounded cool but I sold it because the stand mount pissed me off so much, as did Soundelux. I spent a wad of cash and the stand mount did not even work. It was threaded way to big. I e-mailed Soundelux about it 4 or 5 times and never did get a response. Now that is customer service! The bolt holding the mount to the mic body kept coming loose and you had to take the mic apart to tighten it. Genious. I had to e-mail the distributor for Canada which is in England. After a huge headache and waiting a month for a new arm, I sold it on ebay out of spite. I would like to own other Soundelux mics but I guess you have to spend more than $2000 to get any customer service.
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Nady RSM-2 Ribbon Mic review

Post by madtho » Sat Dec 11, 2004 3:07 pm

I thought this Nady Ribbon review ought to be here

Nady RSM-2

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Re: MIC REVIEWS

Post by dracon » Sat Feb 05, 2005 12:46 pm

Here is one for the MXL V67G and a review made by Harvey Gerst for the whole line of MXL back in 2001.

My Review

http://messageboard.tapeop.com/viewtopic.php?t=27098

Harvey's Review - At the end of the thread.
http://messageboard.tapeop.com/viewtopi ... c&start=30
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