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Re: RFI - Sennheiser mkh-60 vs. me66/k6

Subject: Re: RFI - Sennheiser mkh-60 vs. me66/k6
From: "Jeremiah Moore" jeremiahmoore99
Date: Mon Dec 20, 2010 12:54 am ((PST))
Much lower electronic noise floor with the MKH-60, and hence more potential
reach and depth.  I'm quite familiar with both mics in a human voice
recording capacity, and MUCH prefer the sound of the MKH.

Never used either for nature recording, so others might have knowledge I


On Sun, Dec 19, 2010 at 8:49 AM, Andrew Spencer <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am a bird sound recordist and bird guide living in Ecuador.
> Normally I record with a Telinga pro Universal and mkh20 mic, coupled
> with a Sound Devices 702, but while I'm guiding I can't carry around
> the parabola. So during those times I use a Sennheiser me66/k6 setup.
> I was wondering if there was enough of an advantage to using the
> mkh60 mic to make it worth the added cost. I realize that I won't get
> the quality with either setup that I do with the parabola, but as I so
> often hear interesting vocalizations that I want to record while
> guiding I would like the best possible recording given the situation.
> Thanks for any advice the you can give,
> Andrew Spencer
> Quito, Ecuador

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