Reviews and Problems with Shure KSM141 Studio Instrument Microphone
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A fine product
3 April 2015
Summary: I bought a pair of these to mic my acoustic guitars in my home studio. They work very well together in that role, with one aimed roughly at the 12th fret and the other toward the bridge. It takes some tinkering around to find the "sweet spot," but it's there.
Pros: Sound quality, durability, ease of use
Cons: Limited to instrument recording -- but does a very good job in that role.
Summary: Fantastic sounding mics, well worth the price, good customer service from the mfg. also. These are perfect for high quality recording, and very portable for mobile gigs. Comes in a nice carrying case, with accessories. I would but these mics again, or recommend them to a friend.
Excerpt: This is one of the few microphones that I have used that work excellent on both the kick and snare. A friend brought a pair of these to a drum session, we experiemented with the KSM141 and the Microtech Geffell M930 witch ended up not being able to handle the snare.
Summary: Ich habe mir das KSM als Ergänzung für mein Neumann Arsenal gekauft, da das U87 in einigen Bereichen doch zu empfindlich und nicht geeignet ist. Als Erstes verwendete ich es für Studioaufnahmen von vier Konzert-Toms in Kombination mit einem Stereopaar KM 184, das Shure al Center Mikro im Kugel-Modus...