AKG C214 - Micrófono de condensador
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- Diafragma de 1"
- Patrón polar cardioide
- Sensibilidad: 20mV/Pa
- Respuesta en frecuencia: 20Hz - 20kHz
- Pad de 20dB
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Requiere alimentación phantom de 12 - 52V Conector XLR Incluye suspensión elástica estuche de metal y pantalla antivientos Dimensiones: 160 x 55mm (Longitud x Diámetro) Peso: 280g
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As i stated above, there is a low noise floor with the setup i have. After doing some recording, it dawned on me that i was using low quality MIC and patch cables from the pre-amp to the sound card. I purchased two Hosa pro series balanced TRS patch cables and a 15 ft MOGAMI gold analog reference cable. Doing so has given me virtually no noise at all in the recording. Cable quality matters, especially if you are a mix engineer and the details are important. I'm not endorsing these brands, merely sharing the results I've obtained with these purchases and this setup.
When I want to record my tenor sax, I leave the mics on their drum overhead stands but I tilt the angle of the mics slightly into the room, down toward the sax, and they give a wonderful round, natural, full room-ambient stereo sound. To this I add my Neumann U87 right up the middle, and between the 3 mics, I get a killer fat sound on the horn, round and buttery and crispy-edged and everything you love about a tenor saxophone. Really makes me conscious of every nuance I play, because every nuance will be captured. I use this same 3-mic setup for vocals, too, with the same nice effect.
So, I apologize for the lack of tech-speak, all I can say is what I hear: these things sound great.
I own many mics and they all have their own characteristics. The standout characteristic of this microphone is it's very low self-noise. At 50dB gain, in my "quiet" room, on a very quiet Liquid Channel preamp, I register ~ -110dBFS across the spectrum. This is sensational for my recordings of quiet sound effects and acoustic guitar.
Particularly with an acoustic guitar, paired with a small diaphragm condenser mic, the sound is just beautiful. Quiet picking or a strum sustaining never gets caught up in the noise floor. I can crank the track all the way up in post and never hear more than room noise.
Vocals are great on this mic, both speaking and singing. I do adjust EQ a bit in post to boost some of the high end, but it works out fine. It handles loud and quiet segments beautifully without distortion or large swings in volume. Some of my mics require much more adjustment of the singers distance during recording than this mic. And since the noise floor is so low, I can compress my tracks much better.
It is expensive but it is a tough-built, all around mic with exceptional audio quality. Think of the price as relating to a lifetime of use, especially if you plan to make money recording with it. It will work so well for you, put up with abuse, and resell for a good price.