Reviews and Problems with Behringer T-1 STUDIO CONDENSER MICROPHONE
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The Best Tube mic out there
14 January 2014
Summary: the best tube microphone I've ever used to be honest i have a very high voice when singing this microphone was able to capture everything better than most microphones I've used before, and the price was very cheap, thank you and would definitely recommend this to everyone.
Get this Mic before they find out how good it is and raise the price!
8 December 2013
Summary: Just like Behringer to have something fifteen times better than the price they're asking. This microphone was clear, clean, and quiet! The tube made my track "3-dimentional" compared to my other large diaphram mics, comparitively. We tested the mic on a cheap acoustic guitar with old strings. The mic blew away all the mics in the guy's studio, and made that guitar sound like "James Taylor"!
Summary: The Behringer T-1 tube mic is a really warm and classic sounding mic. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I've only used it for about half a year so farthat being said I own a studio and this mic has become my go to mic for all kinds of applications. If you own a T-1 congrats if not you really should consider the T-1 mic if you want your recordings to sound warm and sparkle in a very flatering way.
Summary: I ordered this mic for vocals in the studio. I always seem to have issue getting the vocals loud enough with my previous mics I used. Getting too much hiss or background noise if I turned up enough to get them loud enough. My voice isn't that strong. I have enjoyed this mic for vocals, I get lots more power out of it than the previous ones I used. The sound is also richer and just better. Now, if I could just get a better voice!
Summary: My son I have been using condenser mics in our studio for the last 7 years. We started out with some inexpensive mics and upgraded to a little more expensive condenser mics including the Sterling Audio ST-55 and Shure KSM27 (both are excellent mics). As we progressed with our recording skills, we wanted to obtain a more natural sound for our acoustic instruments and vocals. I decided to take the next step and get a tube mic.