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I recorded some samples simultaneously through this mic and a Rode NT1a and when I shared the recordings with some friends no one was able to tell which one was the AKG C414 XLS and these are guys that are sound engineers. They also seemed to prefer the Rode NT1a but that's probably because it is slightly sweeter in the high range.
The mic itself is very good quality and produces a very flat sound, using the figure of eight pattern I've been able to get some really good mid-side stereo recordings when used with the Rode NT1a. For home recording I am very pleased.
I had expected this to be a good "room mic" but instead I find I need to be within 2 to 4 feet depending on sound volume to get any pickup. That being said, what it does pick up, is as far as I can tell a 100% recreation of the original. It's an amazing mic, worth the price. I paired it with an e906 on guitar cab and it outdoes the e906 (and my expectations) so much that I often give it priority in the mix or just use the 414 by itself! For vocals it's amazing. It's definitely a professional quality microphone, a staple of any studio.
I use to own the C214. The noise level is way better. Top ends and low ends are sharp. Built in strong. Depending in your kind of music I can safely say that for it's price range AKG C414 is a must have to your arsenal of microphones. If you had to pick one in this price range then I can easily confirm that's its the winner. You can check out www.soakedmusic.com to see the live vocal recordings. Long story short the delivery and the product shipped on time. Thank you...