Reviews and Problems with Behringer STUDIO CONDENSER MICROPHONES C-2
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Good on Toms; Not Good for Overheads
22 November 2012
Summary: I have used these for a long time for close-micing toms and really like them for that--they deliver a full, punchy sound in that application. I recently tried them in place of a pair of Studio Projects C4s as drum overheads to record a jazz gig, with no mics on the toms, and they disappointed.
Excerpt: *Microphones are very subjective. Some microphones that work for some brilliantly may be disastrous on others. It is therefore important to understand the context in which this review is written and take it with a grain of salt, like all reviews on microphones should be treated.*
Excerpt: With the behringer c 2s I have recorded in the studio a range of different instruments such as an acoustic guitar, a banjo, a mandolin and some hi hats, we also recorded an amped up bass but it did not sound that great.
Excerpt: Condenser microphone (phantom power), use choir or instrument (hihat) per pair. OVERALL OPINION Well overall but was disappointed by the quality, there is one on which both breath like a dragon ...