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What's in your mic locker?

O.K. It's a bit much but: A.K.G. D-12e D-112 (2) D-19 (3) D-202 D-224e (2) D-58 D-590 D-900 (2) C-451e (3) C-451B (2) C-535 C-414 EB (2) C-418 (3) C-419 C-460 Altec M11 Tube Condensers (2) Audio Technica ATM-25 (2) ATM-35 (6) AT 4050 AT 4041 AT871R Pro70 (2) Audix D6 Beyer M88 (2) M160 (2) M260 M201 M500 (2) MPC 67 (2) B.L.U.E. Bottle (4) w/ B-0 (2), B-1, B-2 (2), B-3, B-4 (2), B-5, B-6 (4), B-7 Ball (2) D.P.A. 3511 Set (Stereo 4011) D.V.A. 747 E.V. RE-10 RE-15 RE-16 RE-20 RE-38 RE-50 666R 644 M.X.L. 2001 (4) 603 (4) Neumann M-149 U-47fet U-87ai KM-184 (3) KU-80 (Binaural) Octava MC-012 (2) MK-217 Royer R-121 (3) SF...

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LA-2A or 1176 on spoken word?

...AKG D202 and the Beyer M-201. I never encountered an RE-20 or an SM7b at a BBC facility. It was mostly D-202's. They used them as their main 'announcer' mic for news bulletins and also for on-air interviews. I don't know what they are using now as I left the UK some years ago and...

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Product Description

The very first two-way cardioid dynamic microphone now an established classic in recordind and broadcast studios, film sound stages, sound reinforcement installations and remote assignments throughout the world. As distinctive in performance as it is in appearance, the versatile D-202 exhibits the special characteristics unique to AKG´s patented two-way microphones - exceptionally smooth, wide-range frequency response, unusually uniform directionality over most of its frequency range and virtually no proximity effect.