Reference multipattern condenser microphone
The classic C12 sound
The C414 XLII multi-pattern condenser microphone offers a choice of nine polar patterns for the perfect sonic capture for every application. A peak hold LED displays even the shortest overload peaks. For live sound applications and permanent installations, all controls can easily be disabled for trouble-free use.
The C414 XLII version differs from the C414 XLS version in one major respect – the capsule. The C414 XLII's slight presence boost and impressive spatial reproduction are both similar to the legendary AKG C12 microphone from 1953.
...yuck, it's worse than Behringer C1, I used it before and it is really bad sounding microphone AKG C314 - usable AKG C414 XLII - usable AKG C414 XLS - usable ASTON ORIGIN - unusable - wow that's harsh ASTON SPIRIT - usable Audio Technica 4033 - usable Audio Technica 4047, 4050, 4040 - usable Audio Technica 5040 - great -...
...a UA 4-710d or 6176, and assume it will make a big difference, will it? My best mics are an AKG c414 XLII and EV RE-20. Thanks!
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