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The C414 B-ULS is THE reference microphone for almost all comparative microphone tests and one of the most used condenser microphones in the world. It is the microphone of choice for miking up vocals, grand pianos, percussions, and any other sound sources with complex waveforms. A gold-sputtered 1-inch dual-diaphragm and Ultra Linear Series electronics combine to provide an extremely smooth frequency response.


Affordable LDC Microphone With Multiple Voicings

Here is a quick test I did with a Warbler I and an AKG 414b-ULS. In the Warbler I clip, both guitars are tracked with the Warbler I, in the 414 clip, they're both the 414.

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Can get a AKG c414 b-uls or a TLM 103 for about the same cost - help me decide.

Picked up the AKG c414 b-uls and its everything I had hoped. This mic sounds amazing. I still have to test out the different preamps in my Apollo - so far only used Manley Vox and 610-b, but so far it's great. Will start searching the threads for best practices using it (preamps, placements,...

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TLM 102 vs C414?

isn't this a bit of an old thread now? thesedays I'd rather have an Austrian Audio OC818 than an AKG unless it's the C414 B-ULS or brass capsule EB, the modern AKG's sound nasty in the high end, very harsh and nothing at all like the older ones.

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