Low price mic's that impress - (Beyer Content)

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Re: Low price mic's that impress - (Beyer Content)

Postby rick » Mon Jul 11, 2011 3:58 pm

i spoke to don about this situation today (which i should have done first of coarse)
bottom line is he WILL sharpen his pencil!
but everything has limits he is just not a dump and move on guy
its a good product he doesnt seem to be hurting for a buck ..blah blah

still he said for US his leftover stock will be the cheapest you find it anywhere anytime
so if after readingthat flood article in AT... omntronics are on you mind
look up neotec audio (camperdown)

give him a buzz .

i have no interests in the transactions of any kind

other then if your one of us i asked him to look after you

and i am sick of looking at the boxes of unopened microphones ..it feels kinda wrong somehow !
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Re: Low price mic's that impress - (Beyer Content)

Postby Lucas » Mon Oct 17, 2011 5:33 pm

I've got an old Senn' MD21 that I havn't bothered to get an XLR adapter for yet. Anyone using one of these? Any good?
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Re: Low price mic's that impress - (Beyer Content)

Postby Drumstruck » Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:03 am

chribble wrote:give the little blondies a try good - nice and flat but omni only i believe

+ 1 on this :-) A really rich and warm sound for a condensor - to be taken very seriously after you get over the laughter from the size of this mic (your little finger will dwarf it)
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