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Bought this microphone as an alternative to the classic Shure SM58 and it certainly doesn't disappoint. For readers who are not aware, there is a fundamental difference between a dynamic microphone such as the SM58 and a condenser microphone. A dynamic microphone has a 'voice coil' attached to the diaphragm adding mechanical inertia whereas the condenser type only has a diaphragm with no voice coil resulting in less mass which results in greater sensitivity.
NOTE... Condenser type microphones need a power supply. This is typically provided by 'Phantom Power' provided by the mic-amp/mixer/vocal processor. The AT2010 microphone will NOT work without Phantom Power.
Historically dynamic microphones have been the standard for 'live' performance with condenser microphones confined to studio recording. There are two basic reasons for this, the dynamic types tend to provided higher gain before feedback, a function of there 'damped by inertia' response, while the condenser types were more prone to feedback and not as mechanically durable as their counterparts they have much better response.
Since the SM58 came into existence in the mid '60's it became THE most popular amateur and professional 'live' vocal mic. However, manufacturing techniques have improved massively so the durability issue is a thing of the past. equally audio electronics have also improved.
Adding a 'live vocal processor' (such as a TC Helicon VoiceTone Correct XT) to your vocal microphone either 'in house' and or 'live performance' can make a fantastic improvement to getting the best from the vocal input in addition to suppressing feedback, so much so that it will get the best from the voice but it will also get the best from the (any) microphone.
Nevertheless, comparing the vocal qualities of the SM58 against the AT2010. the AT2010 is by far more responsive, crisp, and less muddy bringing out the true colours of the vocal input... and... its about 20 quid cheaper! I haven't found anything not to like about it.
The mic is extremely suitable for live usage. Handling noise rejection and off axis rejection is superb and the fact it's a condenser mic allows for delicate top end. Don't underestimate its uses in the studio too. There are a bunch of vocalists who only flourish using a handheld mic and for those vocalists, this is perfect.
I wanted to try a handheld vocal condenser mic as an alternative to my dynamic Shure beta 58A. My AT2020 sounds great and this handheld version has the same mic capsule, at a great price. I used it today to play and sing in front of a few dozen people. Sounds amazing! A perfect choice for me. Note: my acoustic amp has just 24V of phantom power - no problem. / Jan 2019: the mic continues to make me sound great, for singing and playing to an audience about once a week. IMO, this mic is seriously underpriced. Get one or two!