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    Does anyone know about the Marshall MXL-2001 condenser mic? It's not the same as the amp company. It's a large diaphragm condenser mic. Music Emporium sells them for $199 with free cable. The specs are at www.mars-cam.com/mxl/mxl.html . Looks good on paper, and the price is sure right, but I'm wondering how they sound compared to the AKG C3000 and Rode NT1.

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    I have had good luck with this microphone. I think if you have a good setup with good mic pre-amps this will be a great addition to
    your studio. I have one of the XLS-2001 and
    an Audio Technica 3525 and both do a great
    job. My group paid big money and recorded the
    vocals on the first album with Both the Rode
    NT-1 and the AKG3000. We used the sound beds from the first album and re-recorded the vocals with the XLS-2001 and did a heads up
    A/B comparison between the mixes on many different sets of monitors (home stereo, PA System, studio monitors, boom box and computer) and found the tone to be better in this application.

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