Excerpt: The Beyer Dynamic M 160 comes with a small case to carry it in and a microhpone clip. The M 160 seems to be pretty fragile though, I wouldn?t take my chances with dropping it. I do wish it came with a hard case to protect it more when we have other gear around it when moving it from place to place.
Excerpt: Yeah, what Scott said [see Scott Craggs’ review of the beyerdynamic M 160 ]! I love the M 160 . The first time I used one was several years ago at John Vanderslice’s Tiny Telephone studio in San Francisco. I think it was house engineer Aaron Prellwitz who suggested that I give it a go on the horns.
Excerpt: Does the Beyer M 160 even need a review? Surely everyone knows by now that this is the mic Andy Johns used to record John Bonham’s drums on “When The Levee Breaks.” Does anything else need be said? I rather doubt, it but I will prattle on for a bit anyway.