Reviews and Problems with Audio-Technica AT892c MicroSet
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Excellent headset for preaching
joe E, sweetwater.com
13 March 2012
Summary: I have used several different headsets, even made the mistake with cheaper equipment. If you want decent gear, this price is very reasonable. The quality, durability and sound quality is great. I move a lot. The headset stays in place and with proper EQ never get feedback or gets unstable when I move throughout the room.
Summary: Have used both the Countryman E6 & this Audio-Technica mic for theater use for several years now. The AT is more affordable and sounds as good, but with no detachable cable, 90% of the time when they go bad, it's throwaway/replace. A-T will replace a dead one at a cost of 180.ish. The end nub on the ear piece comes off exposing a brass post that can be painful. The paint on the mic boom will start to chip off after use.
Summary: Our church owns and uses 3 of these mics. Our pastor has used this model on every Sunday morning for the past couple of years. We use the others for mainly for skits, and now one of our vocalists uses one. These mics reproduce spoken word and singing clearly and accurately. I did not give this mic a five only because the user MUST put it on properly, and will find the mic moving all over the place if precautions are not used in placing the "cable clip" on, and correctly.
Pros: Almost invisible, Durable, Lightweight, Long Lasting
Summary: I've successfully used the Audio-Technica AT892 earset (headworn mic) several times since I bought it recently at the special B&H sale price of [$]. I've used it with several different presenters and they all seem to like it. I get cleaner recordings because of less rubbing of clothing and turning-of-the-head problems compared with my traditional lav mic. I usually use one of its included wind filters.