The No.1 Website for Pro Audio
 Search Reviews  Search Gear Database  Search Gear for sale  Search Gearslutz Go Advanced

Discussion Highlights

What's in YOUR mic locker???

SE Electronics X1 Sennheiser e609 T-Bone MB75 T-Bone EM700 Stereo Set. It does the job for my small bedroom recordings, until I get a job and finish school in a couple of years

View Post

Remind me: why to even bother anymore?

:facepalm: Now back to reality. *computer? *monitors? *headphones? *cabling? *instruments? *recording space rental (and ideally some room treatment)? *internet service? *website domain, hosting, design, moderation/upkeep, newsletters, accounting etc.? *song/album artwork? *TIME to learn your tools and craft, develop your skills, write, rehearse, record, edit, mix, master, distribute, market, promote, network etc.? All of these things add up to much much more than $400. and you'll still...

View Post

No More Used MXL's

After doing some research that's what people were suggesting, but I have no idea how to fix it. And thanks for the compliment! Can't take credit for that mix though, someone did it for me Yea you're definitely right about that, however, my luck buying used gear has actual been pretty good. I buy used gear...

View Post

Reviews

4.4 /5
5 stars 1
4 stars 9
3 stars 1
2 stars 0
1 stars 0
Sound Quality
Ease of Use
Features
Bang for Buck

Product Description

The sEX1 is the latest addition to the entry level range of sE microphones, produced with one thing in mind... to outperform every other mic on the market in its price category and significantly over it.It has a large, 1" hand made, diaphragm, 10dB pad, Bass cut and is finished in an expensive black rubber paint finish. The build and sonic performance are significantly better than key competitors, and the mic, which ships with a mic clip, can be accessorised with a shock mount and flight case if desired.sE Electronics X1 Microphone Specifications Frequency Response: 20Hz-20KHz Sensitivity: -32 dBV/Pa (25.1mV/Pa) Polar Pattern: Cardioid Impedance: ≤ 200 Ohms Equivalent Noise Level: 16dB(A weighted) Max SPL for 0.5% [email protected]: 125dB Power Requirement: Phantom power 48V±4V Connector: 3-pin