I have two of the original NT-1s, and honestly, I find very limited use for them. My friends Down Under will vehemently disagree with that, but my experience has been that they are very brittle/harsh-sounding on the high end. I have used them to mic a Rhodes keyboard and the right keys on a rather dark-sounding upright piano, but I personally would not go to one of them for vocal use unless the vocalist was lacking almost all natural sibilance in his voice. Perhaps the NT-1a has improved in that regard, but I'd have to have a choice between throwing $200 in the street or buying another NT-1 before I'd get another NT-1.
I have no experience with the V67G, but I do use it's big brother, the V69N for vocals quite often and have had some very good results with it. I'd look for a used V69 to fit that budget.
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