Avis AKG 330 BT
Micro dynamique unidirectionnel. Deux séries de trois filtres permettant de l'adapter à toute voix ou situation.
Le micro préféré des années 80' pour la scène, adopté aussi par les plateaux télé..
A part la technologie sans fil, il n'a pas pris une ride et aucun autre micro dynamique filaire ne peut rivaliser avec cet AKG D 330BT, surtout en vocal.
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- Le mien a trente ans, et il paraît neuf !
Quelle est donc sa matière extra-terrestre ?
Oui bien sûr, Sennheiser, Beyer, Shure SM 58,57.
Le plus : tout, sa polyvalence, sa solidité et sa jeunesse éternelle. Dépanne aussi en studio lorsque l'on oublie son "condens" préféré.
Le moins : sa disparition.
Donc je ne pourrais refaire ce choix sauf en occasion très rare,
on m'a déjà offert plusieurs fois de l'acheter par contre, mais je le garde comme "collector" et je l'utilise encore !
- This is a dynamic microphone made by AKG. This is probably one of the first AKG mics I've used that isn't a condenser microphone. It's actually pretty similar in style to a Shure SM58. It could just as easily be used as a live or studio mic as it's dynamic, as well as durable. Thus it's use increases quite a bit when you consider that for live purposes it could be used for just about anything. Plus, it'll only be used for loud instruments as it won't pick up anything too quiet.
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- When it comes to the studio, I personally like using this microphone as a snare drum mic, which is definitely how I've used it most. It provides a bright, poppy sound to the snare that is similar to a SM57 but not quite exactly like it. It certainly isn't as bright as a small diaphragm condenser would be, but I'll definitely compare it to many of the other dynamic mics. I've tried it on other instruments as well, namely guitar amps which have given me some great results. While I'd hardly say its my first choice for guitars, I'd definitely use it if I had to, no problem.
In live situations, the uses of this thing are more varied. As condenser mics aren't really as much of an option in the live spectrum, I'd say that you end up having to use dynamic mics more anyway. As such, you can still use it on snares and guitar amps, but also on vocals or horns as well. Horns especially work well in live situations with this.
Overall, this is a pretty great sounding mic. While I don't think it's up their with my favorites, I'd certainly use it in tandem with my other favorites like the SM57 or the D112 or whatever. I don't know what it costs nowadays, I've used it in the studio (this mic is owned by the studio) and with my manager in live situations. I don't imagine it costs too much more than he paid for it, even though it is discontinued. It's not good enough to be a collector's item now that it's out of production, but I'd say that it's definitely a good mic to get if you can find it cheap.