Para calcular la calificación general por estrellas y el desglose porcentual por estrellas, no usamos un promedio simple. Nuestro sistema toma en cuenta cosas como lo reciente que es una calificación y si el revisor compró el producto en Amazon. También analiza las calificaciones para verificar su fiabilidad.
The sound quality of this mic is very good for a large-diaphragm side-address mic. This is also borne out in the specs and test results -- flat response, good off-axis rejection and response (actually much better than the more expensive SE2200, and better than many other large-diaphragm/side-address mics at any price), and very low noise (you don't need the lower 5dB self-noise of the Rode because it is swamped by normal room noise). And, SE should be commended for publishing proper polar plots and specs. However, it has, what I'd consider, some fatal flaws: 1) the metal case and grill is quite resonant (tap it), 2) the pad and low-cut switches slip out of position way too easily, and 3) there is poor isolation from cable movement and vibration (which partially negates having a shock mount). The shock mount is also too stiff and hides the switches (which is doubly bad, since they get bumped easily) -- it is obviously really designed to work best on the larger and heavier SE2200. If this mic had the construction quality of the SE2200, it would be a winner. The metal pop filter is really good. I did not test the Reflexion Filter, which has gotten mixed reviews from others. It was just too big and imposing for my application. And, unless you need ultra-low noise or the particular sound of a large-diaphragm/side-address mic, I'd consider a small-diaphragm/front-address condenser mic instead.