Behringer C-3Item ID: C3m
Large Dual-Diaphragm Condenser Microphone With Cardioid, Omnidirectional and Figure-eight Pickup Patterns
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Dual-diaphragm Condenser MojoThe Behringer C-3 dual-diaphragm condenser mic is an affordable, high-quality way to put large-diaphragm condenser mojo in your mic locker. The large-diaphragm condenser is a studio staple, the mic you reach for when you need to capture a lead vocal or the room sound of a raging guitar cab. The C-3 gives you the big sound, plus the bonus of being able to switch pickup patterns between cardioid, omnidirectional, and figure-eight. This gives you enormous flexibility (and used to cost a fortune) Thankfully, now you have it all - affordably - with Behringer's C-3.
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Add dual-diaphragm condenser mic mojo to your mic locker with the Behringer C-3!
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Jennifer, Chicago, IL
Reviewsbased on 3 reviews
Great mic, great value!
by Jazpiano from Near the Beach, MII've used this mic for past couple of years in my small studio. I liked it so much, I just added another one. I use them mainly for voice-over work, interviews, or an occasional indoor video shoot. ... read more [+] Even though they're inexpensive, they do a great job. close [-]
January 11, 2013
Music Background: Professional Musician/Studio Owner
by Stephen Brooke from Florida PanhandleFirst off, we need to point out that the C3 is not a large-diaphragm mike but a side-address small diaphragm (.6") design. Nothing wrong with that, of course. I've been using a pair as utility microph... read more [+]ones for a while and the multiple patterns make them quite versatile, especially considering their modest price. I particularly like them in figure-8 mode for recording acoustic instruments -- reasonably flat and with good side rejection. Wouldn't be my first choice much of the time but they're good to have available when I need an extra mike or two. They are a tad noisy but nothing I haven't been able to live with. close [-]
June 11, 2012
Music Background: Engineer and Musician
FOR 50 BUCKS...
by NAPPYHEAD from DCFOR 50 BUCKS YOU CAN'T GO WRONG. I TRIED IT THROUGH A
June 22, 2012
FOCUSRITE SAFFIRE PRO 40 INTO REASON W/RECORD, RECORDING VOCALS IN ALL THE PATTERNS, EACH ONE GIVING YOU A DECENT REPRODUCTION OF THE SOU... read more [+]RCE BEING RECORDED. 55 BUCKS FOR A MULTI PATTERN MICROPHONE, COOL. MATCH IT WITH A BASIC LITTLE PREAMP AND JUST RECORD. LOVE, YA. close [-]