We use this microphone as a talkback mic to communicate with our musicians and stage folk, and have it plugged directly into the X32 console. The connection is a little flimsy, though I'm not certain if its the X32 to blame or this microphone. It wobbles a bit in the connection socket, which I can see causing issues down the line, especially if technicians are in the habit of grabbing the mic to talk.
There is an on/off switch at the base, which is useful I suppose, although our desk has a PTT (push-to-talk) button, which renders this switch obsolete, and I can see it causing confusion if a technician switches it off. To remedy this, I've taped up the switch, locking it in the 'on' position.
Sound quality is fine, no complaints. Musicians and singers can hear technicians clearly, which is all that matters.
Initial impressions very satisfactory. I have recently installed a pair of these microphones as part of the refurbishment of our local churches P.A. system. They are used on the lectern and pulpit in conjunction with Sennheiser MZS 31 shock-mounts and the initial reaction was quite favourable. As the church is used as a multipurpose hall by groups of differing technical abilities, it was a conscious decision to use dynamic mics so that the mixer's phantom power did not need to be switched on even though a electrostatic mic might have had a brighter sound and a more helpful polar diagram. In the event the sound quality is very clear and there appears to be adequate gain before a howl-round starts. The build quality is good and I like the ability to lock the on-off switch. Nicely & safely packaged in clear plastic cylinders, the mics appear to represent good value for money.
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