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SE Electronics SE2200a Condenser Microphone

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      01.09.2012 17:20



      The best vocal microphone ive found under £400

      I have used this microphone in all of my recordings since i purchased the microphone. For a microphone below £200 i could not expect any more from this product. The signal is very clean although the signal to noise ratio could be a little better.
      The microphone itself comes in a special protective carry case which seems robust enough to safely store the microphone without damage however i don't believe the case would survive were it to be given flight case like duties, none the less though the case is of good quality. There is a small adapter for your microphone stand to make sure that the microphone can be mounted on most mic stands.
      There is also an included shock mount which works very well in insulting the microphone but it can be a bit flimsy and there are better shock mounts out there, however for a microphone of this level the investment is not worth it.
      The microphone does have a very colored and unique sound so its not a lot of use for much other than vocals however it also sits nicely with acoustic guitar. That being said the vocal sound, at least for my voice is incredible and the results require very little EQ in post production.
      For a vocal microphone at a budget price look no further than this microphone as i don't believe i have found a better sound for less than £400. I edit this post later and link some examples when i have completed some samples.
      One more thing i would like to add, is that this microphone can not handle particularly high SPL levels despite what SE would have you believe.


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