Miktek PM9 Reviews4.5/5.0 based on 3 customer reviews
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from Texas, USA
April 12, 2013Music Background:
vocalist, guitarist, performing live for over 40 years
Miktek PM9 vocal micfor the last fourteen years I have been singing through Electro Voice mics. before that of course I used Shure mics. after reading about the PM9 I took a chance and bought one and I am amazed at the difference. as a baritone I am able to work the mic to bring total clarity to the lower regeisters of my voice. I highly recommend the PM 9.
July 8, 2012
Beat many others in a shoot-out...PA system vocal shootout: PM9 vs Heil PR35, Shure Beta 58, Senn e935, Audix OM5. For male baritone and a female alto, PM9 provided the best sound. Transparent highs (not strident) and a detailed mid range made the PM9 stand out. Also, for the vocalist who knows how to work a mic (using proximity) the low end has more substance than any of the other mics we tested. If the vocalist hasn't learned good mic technique, then be sure to cut the lows on this mic's channel. Maybe the terrific texture of the lows is the mojo of the custom transformer that Miktek sources for this mic. Off axis response is very smooth yet well attenuated. The mic is well constructed. Plosives happen, so P's, B's, and F's should be sung a bit off axis. Again, this is a mic for a vocalist who is willing to learn good technique. A individualized freq response plot graph is included with each P9 - for my three, the graphs document condenser-like linear responses with extended high frequencies that are not unnaturally hyped, as is often the case. This is a terrific mic -- assembled in Nashville, to boot.
from Mancos CO USA
December 23, 2011Music Background:
Worth the Extra MoneyFor the money, this is a great live sound mic. I've been using a Beta 87 for years, and this is a step up to my ears. It isn't a Neumann 105 but this is a fantastic little mic. If you want to kick up the quality of your vocals a notch, buy this mic. I don' think you can go wrong with MikTek. I use the CV4 in my studio and love it too.