Reviews and Problems with Behringer MEASUREMENT MICROPHONE ECM8000
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Omni-Directional Measurement Mic
SoundDogg, B&H Photo
24 November 2014
Excerpt: Used to "measure" a room and tune it for live sound applications and/or a room set up for recording. Works well with Smaart software and REW software.It does have a little noise around 1K and up but not a deal breaker either. Good investment for the money.
Excerpt: I'm using this mic for engineering measurements. It has a flat response from 20Hz to 20kHz. The performance is comparable to mics 10-20X the price. It hasn't been qualified in a class 1 measurement system as far as I know.
Pros: Clear Sound, Easy To Use, Technical Specs, Versatile
Summary: This is a good microphone for RTA analysis of excellent cost-effectiveness. It has little problems at the ends of the spectrum, but not enough to cause problems. The other microphones of this kind are very expensive.
Excerpt: Unlike most Behringer products, this mic works and sounds very good. This mic is actually one of their best products I've used. It's inexpensive and has a flat frequency response that is comparable to higher end omni's that cost a lot more.
excellent equipment price is right does the job and then some
11 October 2012
Summary: I had owned one a few years ago. I use it in conjunction with the Behringer 8024 active eq and feedback killer module. These two items work very well together. The ecm8000 mic is specially designed for this eq. The eq has a pink noise generator that is sent out through the PA to model the room.
Summary: I bought this mic to use with my Real Time Analyzer (RTA)/EQ. The mic works perfectly for this purpose (this IS after all what it was designed to do), but at a fraction of the cost of other RTA mics on the market.