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8.6 out of 10

Shure KSM141 Studio Instrument Microphone

The KSM141 is a large diaphragm end-addressed condenser micropho Read more

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Expert Review

RecordingHacks
23 March 2009
  • Excerpt: I am a man of few microphones. I somehow get by on the kindness of friends who seem to not mind leaving their mics in my possession for months at a time. So I was certainly pleased to have a pair of Shure KSM141 s show up at my door. They’re multi-pattern (cardioid or omni) small diaphragm condensers.
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Shure KSM141 Studio Condenser Microphone

Pro Audio Review
9 February 2009
  • Excerpt: Now among the KSM family are three new end-addressed, medium-sized capsule instrument microphones: the cardioid KSM109, KSM137 and the dual-pattern KSM141. This review will concentrate on the KSM141 ($770). .
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Overall 8
8.0

"good for drums" - theaudioandvideoguy

Audiofanzine
1 April 2012
  • Excerpt: The shure KSM 141 is a multi patterned condenser mic. Its similar to the KSM 137, they look almost identical in appearance alone. I have experience NO feedback with the KSM 141 which is great after using a few other mics from Shure’s competitors , I had a lot of issues with feedback but it was resolved with this mic. The mic is about 5” long and...
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Overall 10
10

"Fantastic overheads!" - polishdog90

Audiofanzine
25 August 2011
  • Excerpt: I really like this microphone. I use it most frequently as an overhead for a drum kit. I use two of them in a spaced pair (I enjoy the wide stereo image) and get wonderful results. Very clear and pristine sounding cymbals and the toms cut through as well. I also love to throw this on acoustic instruments. I've used it on acoustic guitar, violin,...
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Overall 10
10

Viguier

Audiofanzine
15 July 2010
  • Excerpt: Lent pair of microphones for almost a year in the studio ... Used primarily for overhead ... What can I say? Superbly soft, style, not a fart breath short, but good. After leaving the studio, they are sorely inadequate. I waiting for the model below (the 109?) Who has a little "soft" but not the depth nor the s...
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Overall 10
10

radikal

Audiofanzine
5 February 2010
  • Excerpt: I have recently and I am very impressed by the naturalness of recorded voice, I have to other mics (Rode Classic 2, AKG D222, AKG Perception 170, audix dp5a ..) no critic has done for the moment, I have never try it on instrumentals but it seems that it is equally satisfactory. what I like least is that is is expensive (but much ...
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Overall 10
10

zexhenaff

Audiofanzine
29 October 2008
  • Excerpt: - How long have you use it? I use it for a year, alone or in pairs. - What is so special that you like most and least? I love everything about this microphone, nothing to get rid of it is simply excellent, yet he never failed, on the contrary it is he who comes out best in my park, he has such versatility. ...
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Overall 9
9.0

joshsound

Audiofanzine
6 October 2008
  • Excerpt: I have had a pair of these for a few years. It is definitely my favorite of the KSM small condenser lines. You might be wondering if it's worth the extra money to get the 141's instead of the 109's or the 137's. I will tell you right now that it is! The sound is definitely better in almost every respect, and you get more features such as the...
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Overall 9
9.0

peepsaudio

Audiofanzine
11 September 2008
  • Excerpt: I have been using these for a few years. I got them because I wanted a solid pair of small diaphragm condensers that I could use for stereo recording. I use them a lot for drum overheads and for a second mic pair on an open piano, as well as other acoustic instruments with a lot of high frequency content. I really liked the pad and the roll-o...
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Overall 10
10

U-FLYstudio

Audiofanzine
16 April 2003
  • Excerpt: In addition it is equally convincing in cardio omni which is rare enough to be stressed. it approaches a bit of cardio Beyer MC 803, but 801 sounds better than the omni. Finally we add an attenuator and finally a high pass filter with three curves.
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