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The Behringer C-1 Studio Condenser Microphone provides excellent quality for the price. This song was recorded just using this mic and a Mac so you can hear how clear the recording is. Totally recommend it!
Es un micrófono bastante decente para el precio que tiene. Cumple con su cometido, en mi caso un pequeño estudio casero con una Focusrite. (El video que adjunto no aparece el micrófono pero está grabado con el)
I chose the C-1 after checking out multiple video reviews online and this microphone more than lives up to my expectations. I primarily use it for recording acoustic guitar, for which the recording tone is full and reasonably flat without being too weighted in the low, middle or high frequencies. This makes my recordings much easier to work with in post-processing and I am incredibly happy with the results I am getting. For voice-over and podcasts this microphone serves equally well by giving spoken voice a smooth, rich, mid-low depth and a crisp high-end without sounding harsh or tinny.
A couple of things to take note of if you are considering this microphone: 1. It will not work without 48V phantom power. This is to be expected for all similar XLR condenser microphones. 2. Be careful if you plan on using this microphone with a cheap or low quality desk-mounted boom arm as the microphone itself isn't light.
Overall the microphone is well-built, comes with a great travel/storage case and provides superb recording quality that far surpasses the £49.99 that I paid for it here on Amazon.
Over the years I have used many different microphones, most of them £100+ because I liked the sound of them and reviews were always good. My favourites were the MXL 990 and the Rode Procaster, both quality mics that are within a reasonable price range with great quality results. It wasn’t until I recently needed a new microphone that I started to look at cheaper options because I had to keep costs lower this time.
This microphone has always been on my radar, but for some reason I always thought of it as looking cheap, therefore assuming it would probably sound poor. Due to needs, the option of buying a more expensive microphone similar to ones I already have wasn’t feasible, so this came back into view. After checking out several YouTube reviews, I opted to purchase it and give it a go.
I’m very pleased that I did - the sound is really great for the piece, and the microphone feels very well put together. I was concerned about some reviews mentioning a buzzing noise due to poorly built mics, but I’m happy to say that I haven’t had this problem so far.
The sound quality is certainly better than I’d expect from a £26 microphone. It’s a little on the high end, but there’s enough bass to actually balance it out nicely. I bought this for vocal requirements, and it gives a nice, natural result.
I would definitely recommend this microphone to beginners in podcasting or music, but I would also recommend that more experienced users also consider it as an option. It’s great value for money and the results are incredible for what you pay. I’m very pleased with my purchase and will buy another one if I ever need more microphones.
This was the first microphone I used when I started my podcast. It's a great mic for the money, comes with a nice hard carry case and accessories, which is a great bonus. It eventually developed an earth issue, but I still use it from time to time. Being a condenser, you should be aware that at high gain levels, it will pick up the sound of *everything* including cars driving by in the street outside, or a neighbours dog barking, white noise etc. but correct mic technique and usage will solve a lot of this. Turn the gain right down and bring the mic close to your mouth and this will give you a sound quality that sounds way above its price point, especially with a little bit of EQing in post-production. I ran my podcast using this as the main mic for almost one year and it was fantastic, way above most "beginner" podcasts quality.
The build quality is likewise very good, it's heavy and feels sturdy in the hand. One thing of note is that it's quite fat, so if you're looking to fit it into a shock mount or similar, make sure the mount will be wide enough for the mic. I squeezed mine into a mount, but it was very tight. Overall, good quality and I would recommend to someone starting in recording voice who doesn't want to stump down on a much more expensive mic, but still wants a decent level of quality.
From the product reviews, it seems like if you buy this microphone you run the risk of getting a unit which suffers from the effects of poor manufacturing or QC. That is clearly the case with the one I bought. If I turn the gain up to reasonable recording levels I get an incredibly loud hum which ruins any potential recording. I have tried the mic connected to a mixer that provides phantom power as well as with a seperate, isolated phantom power unit and had exactly the same effect when connecting to my interface. I am not going to waste time post-processing to try and recover any audio. I am just going to save up and buy a better mic (and that is what you should do too). I don't suppose I can really complain too much. After all, it is a c. £40 condenser mic. You pays your money and you takes your choice...
I'm not one for writing reviews but in the case of this microphone I couldn't help myself, I have been doing YouTube for a while now and I wanted something a bit more professional but I didn't want to spent a lot then I found this microphone, I was a bit sceptic because of the price but when I received the microphone I was shocked at how nice it looked and how it was packaged, I also liked how heavy it was this was signs of a good microphone, so later on that day I plugged it in and set everything up and to my surprise even the quality of my voice was crystal I couldn't believe it for a condenser microphone this cheap, if you want my advice, when buying this microphone you should also consider getting a phantom power mixer an xlr cable and a mount of some kind, that's if your new to recording, also do not try to plug directly into your computer unless you have a sound card that can power it other wise the mice will not perform very well, I think some of the problems other people are having are due to them not setting up the microphone correctly or not having a phantom power supply, but on a whole as long as you have this microphone set up correctly the result should be excellent. MY SET UP INCLUDES: Behringer C-1 Studio Condenser Microphone Wharfedale Pro Connect 502 USB Mini Mixer with USB and 48V Phantom Power Stagg 3m High Quality XLR to XLR Plug Microphone Cable Broadcast Microphone MIC Suspension Boom Scissor Arm Mic Stand Studio Recording 3.5mm Stereo Jack Plug to 2 x 6.35mm Mono Audio Cable - 2 Metres Skytronic 6.35mm Male Stereo Jack to 2x 6.35mm Female Stereo Jack Adaptor Recommended Set of items if buying this microphone.