Is the AKG C414 xlii good for vocals?

Is the AKG C414 xlii good for vocals?

Review: Sound Quality The C414 has become renowned for its high-end clarity and sound character. This is what makes the C414 XLII (which has more high-end than the XLS to suit vocals) particularly popular as a vocal microphone.

Is the AKG C414 worth it?

I give the AKG C414 XLS a 9 out of 10. It’s a great, natural-sounding mic and I recommend it as a “must-have” condenser for any professional or home studio. If you are planning on getting a matched pair, you will more than double your fun.

What’s the difference between AKG P220 and rode nt1a?

The AKG p220 and Rode nt1a are two large diaphragm condenser microphones. They are both made by very reputable companies and come in at a similar price point and with similar features. For all these reasons they often get compared alongside one another and people rightly have a tough decision to make over which one to get.

What are the specs of the AKG P220?

Specs Table – The Geeky Bit! Category AKG p220 Rode nt1a Type of Microphone Large Diaphragm Condenser Large Diaphragm Condenser Polar Pattern Cardioid Cardioid Frequency Range 20 Hz to 20 kHz 20 Hz to 20 kHz Electrical Impedence ≤ 200 ohms 100 ohms

What’s the polar response graph on a rode mic?

The polar reponse graph is taken as if you are looking down on the microphone from above. It shows how directional the particular mic is with 0° being directly in front and 180° being the rear. You can see in the Rode polar response graph, the microphone is very directional picking up virtually no sound from the rear.

What kind of case does the P220 Mic Come in?

The p220 comes in a lovely looking metal carry case which is very light yet feels very sturdy. You could definitely take this case on the road without worrying about the microphone getting damaged. Inside the case you have, of course, the microphone but also a shock mount for attaching to your microphone stand.

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