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Thread: Mics for under $100 - that just may work for you.

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    Harvey, I'm new hear but it didn't take long to see that you're hovering 3' above the recording mountaintop, so if it's proper, I'd welcome a recommendation for a pair of title-of-this-thread mics for my Tascam DR40. I'm replacing a stolen H2 that I never used with externals, but now that I have XLR connectors I'm into spreading out a bit, so to speak. I'm a performer in a pretty decent concert band, and a stand-up brass ensemble (read: loud) both of which I want to document with the Tascam. Thanks for your time...

    Charlie Groh

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    Not sure if it got a mention but for under 100 quid I don't think you can go wrong with a Rode M3 myself.
    Cheaper and better (imo) than the AKG C1000 and very usable on a variety of sources.
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