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Había comprado anteriormente ya 3 mic de condensador de diafragma pequeño (2 Sterling y 1 CAT). Uno de ellos me lo robaron y los otros dos aún los conservo, pero la diferencia es abismal. Si bien es cierto, eran baratos, la calidad es muy superior y tiene un precio accesible. Lo compré porque Warren Huart, un productor destacado lo recomienda
El producto llegó en tiempo y forma, muy buenos micrófonos de diafragma pequeño, tienen muy buena calidad sonora, ya los probamos grabando en estudio una guitarra en stereo y un piano, muy recomendable si quieres un buen sonido.
They may be tiny in size, but they are super clear condensers that are excellent on a drum set. I am still new to recording and figuring out the settings on my DAW, etc, but I have to say, these things are crystal clear, sensitive and work well. I use these and a Sennheiser E602 II on the bass drum for now as I am building up my recording slowly and learning, but in more experienced hands, these will would do well. Highly recommend them.
I use these for field recording of forest scapes. They are small and pretty solidly built, have great sound, and are pretty quiet. I use them on my Zoom F6 and H4NPro and they are equally suited for each. As long as they don't futz out on me I'm sure I'll keep using them for a long, long time.
Wow. These are a nice matched pair of small pencil condenser mics. I have a large collection of mics that range from the $1000-50 range. I had read a review about these mics on another site, and thought for the price they might be nice as a second pair of overhead mics or to use for stereo acoustic guitar takes.
I was impressed with these the first time around. Their build quality is very nice, they are exceptionally light but sturdy. No more needing to have a heavy duty boom stand for heavier mics on overhead drums!
They sound detailed also. They are not thin or bass heavy or mid scooped. They are very true to sound, with a slight bump in the upper midrange to high frequencies. However, they certainly do not sound thin (which was what I was afraid of before I tried them out). I havent used them as overheads yet, only acoustic guitar, and while they don't beat out some of my other mics for their sound (albeit much more expensive mics), they do sound very very good. Not to mention how lightweight they are and just easy to set up. I would definitely recommend these to anyone. Sweet sounding mic's here!
The Lewitt LCT 040 is not a bad mic, but nothing to rave about. It sounds about as good as the Audix F15 but with a much smaller form factor. Does overload pretty quickly with close placement to high hats. I would recommend this mic for an inexpensive solution for lower SPL sources like acoustic guitar or choir recording.
This mic has a very rolled off top end (interestingly they don't show a frequency response curve). I used 4 of these microphones on a drumkit - snare bottom, hi hat and overheads. I am using Neve clone preamps into an Orion Studio interface for tracking. No matter how much EQ I used I could not get the cymbals to cut through a mix of a rock tune. I suspect that with softer style music the smooth top end of these mics would be fine. They just didn't work in my application.