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|Frequency Response||30 to 18,000 Hz|
|Power Requirements||Dynamic, no power required|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M type (output from power supply)|
|Transducer||Dynamic moving coil|
|Capsule||Not specified by the manufacturer|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||None|
|Dimensions (LxDiameter)||5 x 2" (12.7 x 5.08 cm)
Attached microphone clip: 1.75" (4.45 cm)
|Weight||12.3 oz (348 g)|
I can't believe how great this microphone sounds. I was looking for dynamic microphone with condenser mic flavor to record spoken word female voices. My SM58, while reliable and ok sounding, yielded recordings that felt boring and lifeless.
One of my favorite vocal microphones to date. Excellent EQ and nice highs without been a condenser. Great closed cardioid patter maintains the stage noise out and clean vocals (definitely better that most of the microphones I have used). The BAD: Too much handling noise.
WOW! what a microphone, this thing is all about clarity! It may not work for all styles and all voices. A female friend has a voice that has a lot of low mids, she normally uses an SM58 which tends to muddy up her voice a lot, she loved the M80 ...
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I want to thank my Sales Engineer Thomas Leahy for introducing me this great microphone. As soon as I started testing the mic, I notice the sound quality was just amazing! If ever I need another one, I will not hesitate to buy another one. Sweetwater service is Excellent!!! Thanks again Thomas.
I've been struggling to find the perfect mic that fits my voice in a live setting for 13 years. I've never liked Shure as they seem painfully shrill. For the last five years I've settled for a Behringer 85... I'm shure you can see the resemblance...
Great tool, very helpful
I had previously used this mic on a female vocal overdub in a studio a couple of years ago, but am just now getting around to adding one to my mic collection. Took this mic out over the weekend on a live gig, and the next day on a drum session placing it on snare running through an API pre.
I'm an engineer at a jazz club and we recently had a vocalist come through with one of these. I've been looking into alternatives to the industry standard vocal mics, as I find them basically versatile, but generally just passible and not impressive; too muddy and require too much eq to even be...
This microphone has a warm and rich sound for vocals and emcee. I used it at an open mic night and it made my average voice and a few others a lot better. The other vocalists who started out using the hosts Shure beta sm58 preferred to use the Telefunken.