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Re: also a lower-cost version of AT stereo mic

Subject: Re: also a lower-cost version of AT stereo mic
From: "Richard L. Hess" richardlhess
Date: Tue Nov 4, 2008 7:55 pm ((PST))
At 09:54 PM 2008-11-04, Lou wrote:
>What I don't get with these two mics is how they sound with the
>capsule axes facing off to the side, nothing in front is on axis.
>Anyone heard them yet?


I have two of the AT822 and I use them with two Sony MD recorders and
loan them out to people and whatever. They work reasonably well, but
the response is nothing like the DPA 4006s. My old AKG C451s sound
better, as do my Sennheiser MKH416s, but nothing beats the
convenience of the AT stereo mics for quickie oral histories--they
are very good for the price. I don't use them much any more.

They are not as quiet as the other mics I have. The Neumann TLM103 is
the quietest I have...but I only have one.



Richard L. Hess                   
Aurora, Ontario, Canada
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