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Dynamic Hand Microphone for Harp

  • Omnidirectional polar pattern
  • Frequency range 100 Hz - 6 kHz
  • Sensitivity 4mV / Pa sensitivity
  • Includes 6 m cable
  • Dimensions: 63 x 80 mm
  • Weight: 650 g
available since September 2006
Item number 192640
40 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Delivery approx. between Wednesday, 3.11. and Thursday, 4.11.
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Excellent mic
Neil Doherty 18.08.2017
I play in a band and use a harmonica in only a few numbers in our sets. At first I played into a microphone on a floor stand. As we don't have a sound engineer and have to adjust our mixer as and when required, we were having problems with feedback and sound levels playing in this way. I then tried unmounting the microphone and playing holding both a standard mic and the harmonica. This was better than previously but was not ideal and often awkward. The Superlux has solved all problems. It's comfortable to hold and we never have any issue with feedback. It's a very solid and well constructed mic and volume can be adjusted on the mic if necessary. Friends who have heard us play have remarked on the sound quality compared to the ways in which I had used a standard (good quality) microphone before. I have nothing negative at all to say about the Superlux and would definitely recommend it.
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A must have for any producer/studio rat
Anonymous 11.08.2015
Really great for vocalists! I always bring it on my studio sessions and invariably if someone wants to use it we have a blast. Particularly good for hooking up vocalists to amps or sticking violins/trumpets etc. into guitar amps or pedals for interesting effects. I've done sessions where it allow the vocalist to do their own dub vocal delays with this, and a Memory Boy.

My only problem with it is it doesn't come with a stand adapter and I couldn't seem to buy one. I know it's a handheld mic, but it's much more versatile than this. It does a lot more cool stuff than just the harmonica into a Fender thing. And anyone worried it wont sound as authentic as the Green Bullet shouldn't. It's rugged and it sounds just as good/bad as the real deal.
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Superb microphone
RolandDGreen 19.12.2020
I've used this microphone for both home recording and stage work. The weight is near perfect (not so light that it feels insubstantial and not so heavy that it becomes a burden to carry).
The volume control is very useful as I don't have to use the amp controls when switching between accompaniment and solos.
The lead gives plenty of room to move around on stage.
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Good for the money
César José dos 02.04.2014
I bought this harmonica microphone to use as a vocal mike, aiming for an old school lo-fi kind of sound. It's half the price of the similar shure 520 DX, and it does the trick and. Although I haven't tried an 520 DX, I am satisfied with the results I get with this one. I haven't tried to play an harmonica to it either!

Positive - The price is very good, considering all the similar products available. Sturdy and well built. The mike has a built in volume knob so it's easy to dial the right volume you need without going to fiddle in the mixing board. This comes pretty handy when you are on stage.

Negative - The microphone should be prepared to be mounted on a microphone stand. Superlux has a version for mike standing (although I couldn't find it for sale anywhere) but that version dosen't come with the volume knob on the mike.
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