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Professional large diaphragm microphone

  • 1" Large diaphragm microphone with evaporated-gold dual diaphragm capsule based on the AKG Classic
  • Frequency range: 20 - 20000 Hz
  • Sensitivity: 20 mV / Pa
  • Preattenuation pad: 20 dB
  • Required phantom power: 12 - 52V
  • Connection: 3-pin XLR connector
  • Dimensions: 160 x Ø 55 mm
  • Weight: 280 g
  • Includes elastic microphone suspension holder, metal case and well-designed windshield
  • Suitable microphone mount: Article Nr.

    124593

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Tube No
Switchable Polar Pattern No
Omnidirectional No
Cardioid Yes
Figure-8 No
Low Cut Yes
Pad Yes
shockmount included Yes
USB Microphone No
Item number 211318
£248
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Great Mic for its Price!
Eray Polat 23.04.2018
I use this mic in my studio to track vocals and electric guitar amp mostly. AKG C214 is very similar to C414; at the first look the difference is polar pattern selector. C214 does not have this feature. You can only use Cardiod pattern. But, it's not a big deal if you're using it in a small studio or your home studio works. Cause if you don't have a very well acoustically designed room, Cardiod should be enough. Another difference from C414 is that C214 has about 1 db more mid range response. That makes it more usable for electric guitar amp recordings. I've been recorded vocals with lots of different mics, this C214 does very good job with vocals. Really satisfying. If you want to buy C414 but it's too expensive for you, get this C214 for a lower price. The performance is almost the same! There is one point that i don't like about this mic is the high-ends. They should be controlled very well prior to recordings. This mic may get too bright, of course it depends what you record, but keep that in mind. To sum up, i love C214 and there is no need to pay lots of more money for little technical differences!
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An incredible, versatile studio microphone
mynamejeff 25.03.2021
It's not everyday that your grandmother randomly gifts you money, but when that happens, you obviously go to Thomann and buy yourself some musical gear you've been dreaming about.
I had been using an AKG Perception 100 (an entry-level condenser mic, currently discontinued) for years and wanted to upgrade. I was deciding between the C214 and the Shure SM7B, went for the C214 because it was more affordable and also seemed to better fit my needs according to the reviews.
It sounds, looks and is built like a much more expensive mic. The case also adds to the premium feel of the product. I love the shockmount and use it a lot when recording. I have yet to use the windshield so I can't comment on that. I use the mic for voice-overs, vocals and acoustic guitar, the sound is clear and detailed. I have now been using this mic for about four years and I highly recommend it.
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One of best mics under 500$
Anonymous 12.09.2015
As its features;
It has a smart case, a windscreen, and a shockmount comes with. I personally didn't like the shockmount because it is made of plastic. But beside of it many can like it because it makes the total weight lighter. It has a pad 0 dB, -20 dB and it has HPF switch. These are good features for a 400? mic.
As its sound;
This is really a professional sounding microphone. Here is my recording chain: AKG c214---->True Systems P-Solo---->TC C300 gate/comp---->Creamware Scope---->Cubase.
And here is another recording chain in another professional studio:
Audio Technica AT4050---->GreatRiver ME1NV---->ProTools. The same singer sang. And both were listened with an AKG K240MK-II headphone and Genelec 8030a speakers. The result is C214 has a more detailed sound, much higher ends ( but nice ) and very air than of the AT4050 has. My friends also liked C214's sound. It has a very nice proximity effect also.
As its quality;
Very nice expect shouckmount.
If you have 500$ to pay for a good mic put this one into the higher places in terms of your choices. It will worth for every penny.
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really is the best you can buy for this money
Omrikush 04.09.2021
perfect for vocals and acoustic instruments. this is by far the best sounding mic I've tried in this price range
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