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Behringer SL 75C


Dynamic microphone

  • Polar pattern: Cardioid
  • Integrated wind and pop filters
  • Shock Mount System suppresses handling noise
  • Wide frequency response for transparent sound
  • ''Soft" mid frequencies especially for voice, drums and guitar
  • 3-Pin XLR connector
  • Frequency range: 40 - 15,000 Hz
  • Impedance: 310 ohms
  • Max. sound pressure level: 150 dB
  • Weight: 260 g
  • Includes microphone stand adapter and impact-resistant case
Available since May 2020
Item number 488457
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Condenser Microphone No
Clip-On Microphone No
Incl. Clamp Yes
Stereo Pair No
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Microphone Clamp 1
Dynamic Microphone 1
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162 Reviews

Not That Good
Playplay 21.12.2021
I read every review of this microphone on here, and I thought I was going to get something with better sound quality. However, let me tell you. The sound quality isn't that good. It's usable, but I don't think you wanna record something that's going to be upfront with this microphone.

However, for the price, it's still a good microphone and it feels like you get more than what you pay for. Let's say it's worth perhaps 50% more.

The build quality is nice, and the box it comes with is perfect as a carrying case.

The first time I tried it, I thought it sounded so bad and I said to myself "I'm never ever using this". Though, after some time, I changed my mind.

I found a use for it when recording background vocals, and on other tasks, where I may be risking breaking my more expensive microphones.

The bottom line is. If you wanna get into music production, and think you can get away with using only this microphone. Forget it. If you want this microphone as a compliment to your other microphones, go for it!


Great value instrument mic
Acoffeewithsatan 26.05.2024
I’ve been using this microphone to mic my amp into the PA system during gigs, as well as to do home recordings, for the past 5 or so months, while also handling several of the renowned Shure 57s it clearly goes a bit further than just taking inspiration from.

No, I won’t say it sounds “just the same” compared to the better known model from Shure - rather that Behringer’s take works just as fine for live and studio recordings as the 57, which I believe is a fair assessment and sums up my experience with it.

This mic feels like a solid and well made product and works just like so, with a clear input that, while properly representing the sound from my amp, also providing a sonic range I’d describe as “familiar”, though I lack the expertise to dive any deeper than that.

All in all, it’s a solid, reliable and good-sounding mic that costs about 20 bucks and comes with a hard case. I wouldn’t necessarily advise one to cheap out on the most basic, longest-lasting and least prone to obsolescence pieces of equipment you’ll invest in, however for the rising artist and/or producer, the hobbyist musician, the Saturday night club manager or the gigging player in need of a mic that won’t break the bank if it gets lost, I’d say the Behringer 75C to be a solid bet that’ll always double as a backup, in case a more proven alternate is attained later on.


basically a t.bone mb75
Twansmusic 25.05.2021
Well it looks like a t.bone, comes in the same case as the t.bone, has the exact same body dimensions as the t.bone...

I do hear a difference between the mics and this one doesn't come with a cable but what we have to remember here is that the t.bone costs 10 euro's more and the whole deal with t.bone was the fact they dont have to use distribution so we get the same thing for cheaper. But if behringer WITH distribution costs us only 20 euros. It leaves me wondering if Thomann is selling us MB75s which are essentially behringer SL75C's that are probably made for about 5 euro's...

Would love to hear more from Thomann and Behringer from this.
A few years ago these were both unique mics and we had a choice of what budget 57 we wanted, now it looks like both budget options are essentially the same, scooped but still nice sounding microphone.

Let's see what the brands have to say about this.


Using it on a snare
Vadim The Drummer 06.12.2021
My main snare mic, which I bought as a temporary replacement for a broken sm57. Guess what - I never repaired the sm57!
Great mic - great value!


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