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Behringer C-2 - Micrófono de condensador (de estudio)
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Like other reviewers, it is my opinion for the price, these cannot be beat. I have a reasonable ear (not professional at all) and it is my opinion there is not a significant improvement in sound between these and other more expensive mics. With special monitoring equipment, you might detect small sound differences but probably not important enough to warrant the extra $$. After all, in live stage performances, it is about being heard clearly and controlling feedback. These microphones deliver at a price point that is unbelievable. We do not need more expensive microphones. These fit our needs perfectly. I firmly believe you get much more than what you pay for with the C-2.
Buy them. I do not believe you will be disappointed.
I posted a video review here on amazon and also several audio recordings on my YouTube channel of the live performance. Here is the link:
Put on a good set of headphones and listen for yourself. Hearing is believing!! I believe you will be equally impressed.
-The cost to performance ratio is outstanding. They fall in the bottom of the cost range but offer a performance which is entirely usable in a variety of contexts. Would I use them for a classical guitar recording? No, but any studio you go to is going to have an excellent SDC. The C-2s also come with wind screens, mic clips and a stereo mount.
-The durability is also outstanding. Working with students (as you teachers out there know) means you occasionally get the "oops, I dropped it!" or "I think the stand just fell over". With the C-2s, I haven't had anything shatter, crack or disintegrate yet. They survive being tossed in my gear bag (a repurposed husky tool bag), transported to and from gigs (latin dance band) and handled by students of all ages.
Here's what I don't like:
-The sensitivity of the mic is difficult to control using gain. What I mean is that in applications where the source of the sound is static or you want to either capture sound or not capture sound, the C-2s shine. But I haven't found them to be very nuanced in terms of picking up dynamic changes. I adjust the gain to get a good signal and then from there on out it's either "we got it!" or "we can't hear it". For me, this makes them more usable in live/on-stage applications than for recording.
My recommendation? If you want a mic which costs next to nothing, delivers durability and predictable results, the C-2s are for you. Classroom use, technology teaching, reference/scratch recordings and live performance are areas where the C-2s shine. If you want a mic to create an outstanding guitar recording or choral recording for submission for contests or sale online, I'd strong recommend looking elsewhere (the Avantone CK-1, for example).
At this price, they work great, we record with them, mainly to improve our live performances, but they seem to be quite OK, we record silently (all In-Ear Monitors) so we have not much of other noise being fed to these, but we do not hear much of our own talking when not playing, so they work perfect for us.
if you are Youtuber or video blogger, this one is for you! small and two of them! good sound recording (directional). I will test more for ambient sound and b-roll films.
The mics also come with a nice little plastic mounting bar so you can mount them in a stereo pair right out of the box. I have used them in an X-Y overhead position and they sounded quite good and very natural.
Some of the other microphones in my kit cost upwards of $1200 each so I am aware of what "expensive" microphones sound like, these perform "up there" with the expensive mice while being bargain priced.
Good music to all.