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Behringer XM8500

Behringer XM8500

  • Placement: Handheld
  • Polar pattern: Cardioid
  • Connectors: XLR, USB
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a month ago
Probably the mic with the best performance considering how much it costs. Really got a lift from my headset's microphone. Very satisfied.

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5 months ago
Very affordable microphone. The sound is good, as is the sound recording. Uses it connected to a computer through an audio interface as an alternative to a headset or USB microphone and it works great

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3 years ago*
For that price, this is completely oki! Good sound!
*Edited 3 years

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6 years ago*
lousy sound quality. not even good for 189: -!
*Edited 6 years

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8 years ago*
Very good all-around microphone. Feels solid and well built. I use it for percussion, woodwinds and vocals. Has recorded several demos with it and mixes it "right" so let this mike surprisingly good for the money.
*Edited 8 years

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8 years ago*
Well built and affordable dynamic vocal microphone. I think that is somewhat sensitive to wind noise and noise from handling, but for two hundred pieces I can say is well worth the money.
*Edited 8 years

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9 years ago*
I was about to step on the "expensive is better" trap and was about to buy a Shure mic, nice that I did not do it then this mic does the job just as well if you do not have a 100 million kronor studio.
*Edited 9 years

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13 years ago*
An extremely affordable and sounding microphone with low hand rustling. The soundstage is very similar to Shure SM58 and Beta58 Read more at http://www.humanbeatbox.com/microphones/p2_articleid/181 There are also test recordings to listen to.
*Edited 13 years

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