Find great deals for AKG D E Dynamic Wired Microphone. Shop with confidence on eBay!. Its smooth frequency response makes the D E/ES equally suitable for general purpose speech or instrument applications. Complete with SA60 stand adapter. I a/b’ed this with a 57 and a 58 this morning, and I couldn’t believe how clear it sounds. Anyone still use these in studio sessions? I’d love to get.
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Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Not applicable, it is a very specific subject, economics did not matter. I feel the AKG is still a good little starter microphone for anyone getting into tapesponding for the first time.
Ratings and Reviews Write a review. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. The time now is Bright and warm with a touch or mids that doesnt overpower Results 1 to 10 of The D comes into its own as a tapesponding microphone. Impedance is ohms and sensitivity at Hz: Using its shock mounted transducer, this dynamic microphone produces superior fidelity sound no matter where the source had come from.
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Hence the reason why most of them go on for years and years. I currently have a tapespondent who still uses the D as his main mic. You are commenting using your Facebook account. As soon as the opportunity presents itself.
Sort by most recent most useful. They’re rather like a pretty 57 – and do most things reasonably well. Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services. I have use d190 but its been awhile. You are commenting using your WordPress. Subscribe to our free newsletter Subscribe. Our members also liked: Originally Posted by witzendoz. It just gets better and better now.
Particularly good on toms or snare apparently. It was also much used as a PA microphone for conferences or even outdoor events. A breadboard apparatus that hopefully I will eventually be satisfied with and put in a proper cabinet -it is a hammond organ amp originally.
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This thread was started in 12 years ago and was revived in 5 years ago and now in here we are again. Nice to talk about them again.
Did you find this review helpful? I own two of them. I am also the forum spokesmodel for Terasyne Amplification. I bought this mic on Dd190e because the price was right and the look was so retro and funky but it was when I first pulled it out to use it that I realized what I had.
Never pay that amount! I would prfre the D The D was an inexpensive AKG dynamic which never achieved much popularity.
It is a dynamic microphone, old design 70easily recognized by its size, quite small, and its look very dated. I love the color of this mic on vocals, and keeps carefully for it. I just wonder is there some kind of fundamental difference? Write a user review Ask for a user review.
Likewise when it comes to microphones. I think I have 5 of them, and looking back, in the UK they were extremely popular in Houses of Worship because of the look first – all silver, and because they do a good job on voices, like most of the AKG range. Anyone still use these in studio sessions?
Request a new review. Some of which I own, others I simply lust after! Use extra holes in the mouth as the SM I’m no expert on mics. His recordings are clear and impressive. I am happy to trs possder this microphone is not “indispensable” but allow me alternatives.
The first recording we made was of a brass band in a small hall. This item doesn’t belong on this page.