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    My little mic collection

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    This is my small mic collection to date.
    SE Electronics: TITAN titanium FET/LDC; Z5600A Tube LDC; R1 Ribbon; Z3300A FET/LDC; and 2 SE3s SDCs.
    AKG: C5 Condensor
    Shure: SM57, SM58

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    Hey! Get those Shures and AKG out of the picture.
    ♫♪♫ I have a fever and the cure is cowbell ♫♪♫ .......... *LIVE FREE OR DIE* .......... ♫ I'm all ears ♫

    ☼ Mucho Loco Henry Areebah! ☼

    Any mic you buy will be perfectly suited to your needs, until you use it long enough to learn that it's not.

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    Those are all large mics

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    Quote Originally Posted by moresound View Post
    Hey! Get those Shures and AKG out of the picture.
    I know, I know.
    But ya gotta give credit where credit is due.
    Sometimes the little guys work just right

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    Quote Originally Posted by mshilarious View Post
    Those are all large mics
    Most of them are, yes.
    What perplexes you?

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    Shure mics are fantastic... idk what you guys are talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homestudioguy View Post
    I know, I know.
    But ya gotta give credit where credit is due.
    Sometimes the little guys work just right
    Ya gonna pick up an X1?
    ♫♪♫ I have a fever and the cure is cowbell ♫♪♫ .......... *LIVE FREE OR DIE* .......... ♫ I'm all ears ♫

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    Any mic you buy will be perfectly suited to your needs, until you use it long enough to learn that it's not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homestudioguy View Post
    Most of them are, yes.
    What perplexes you?
    You said it was a small mic collection

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisson820 View Post
    Shure mics are fantastic... idk what you guys are talking about.
    Just poking fun.
    ♫♪♫ I have a fever and the cure is cowbell ♫♪♫ .......... *LIVE FREE OR DIE* .......... ♫ I'm all ears ♫

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    Any mic you buy will be perfectly suited to your needs, until you use it long enough to learn that it's not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moresound View Post
    Ya gonna pick up an X1?
    Not sure about an X1 although it seems to be reviewing well.
    I'd consider getting another sE2200a though. I sold mine awhile back and regret it.
    I'd also get another Z3300A to have a pair of them.
    It is an awesome piano mic and works well on a lot of other sources like acoustic guitar and lower male voices.
    I've used it live on our churche's Steinway Concert Grand Piano and it sounded wonderful.
    Beyond that, I REALLY love that Neumann TLM 49.
    Tried it out at last summer's Sweetwater Music Fest.
    Sweet!!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UdQi8rZ-Tg

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