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Audio-Technica ATR30 : l'avis de moosers

7 (7/10)

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Caractéristiques 7/10

L'Audio-Technica ATR30 est un microphone dynamique qui est à la fois pour une utilisation en studio et sur scène. Je n'ai que l'expérience en utilisant le microphone dans le studio au home studio de la bande que j'ai récemment commencé à travailler à. Le micro cardioïde est unidirectionnel ramasser jusqu'à motif et une réponse en fréquence allant de 60 Hz à 15 kHz. Il a également un interrupteur on / off et est livré avec pince micro c'est propre.

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The Audio-Technica ATR30 is a dynamic microphone that is for use both in the studio and on the stage. I've only got experience using the microphone in the studio at a band's home studio that I recently started working at. The mic has unidirectional cardioid pick up pattern and a frequency response ranging from 60 Hz to 15 kHZ. It also has an on/off switch and comes with it's own mic clip.

Avis Global 7/10

L'Audio-Technica ATR30 n'est pas un microphone grande à mon avis, mais pour le prix c'est difficile de se tromper. C'est un bon microphone pour avoir comme un supplément, ou si vous cherchez juste un micro bon marché vocal pour votre maison sonorisation ou quelque chose comme ça. Je ne recommanderais pas l'utiliser beaucoup plus dans le studio, mais c'est vraiment le seul endroit où je l'ai utilisé. J'ai essayé l'enregistrement tom tom tambours avec elle, mais ce n'est vraiment pas suffisante pour l'enregistrement professionnel. Son objectif est d'être quelque chose comme un 57, mais il tombe définitivement court, bien que je ne m'attendais pas à le faire correspondre basé sur le prix. Que l'Audio-Technica ATR30 est le mieux pour est aussi un microphone supplémentaire pour avoir autour, quelque chose sur le bon marché que vous pouvez utiliser comme un microphone parler ou quelque chose du genre. Il n'ya pas beaucoup à ce sujet qui se démarque à l'exception du prix, ce qui en fera assurément des gens à lui. S'il est bon, comme toujours, vous allez obtenir ce que vous payez, donc si vous voulez quelque chose qui est bon, vous allez avoir à payer un peu plus que cela. Je serais probablement recommande d'aller avec quelque chose un peu mieux que cela, si vous cherchez à enregistrer un niveau de qualité élevé, sinon il va faire le travail très bien si vous avez juste besoin quelque chose de bon ...

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The Audio-Technica ATR30 isn't a great microphone in my opinion, but for the price it's hard to go wrong. It's a good microphone to have as an extra, or if you're just looking for a cheap vocal microphone for your home PA system or something like that. I wouldn't recommend using it much in the studio, although that's really the only place where I've used it. I've tried recording tom tom drums with it but it's really not adequate for professional recording. It's aim is to be something like a 57, but it definitely falls short, although I wouldn't expect it to match it based on the price. What the Audio-Technica ATR30 is best for is as an extra microphone to have around, something on the cheap that you can use as a talk back microphone or something of the like. There's not much about it that stands out except for the price, which will surely drive some people to it. While it is cheap, as always you're going to get what you pay for, so if you want something that's good, you're going to have to pay a bit more than this. I would probably recommend going with something a little bit better than this if you're looking to record at a high quality, otherwise it will do the job fine if you just need something cheap...
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Characteristics 7/10

The Audio-Technica ATR30 is a dynamic microphone that is for use both in the studio and on the stage. I've only got experience using the microphone in the studio at a band's home studio that I recently started working at. The mic has unidirectional cardioid pick up pattern and a frequency response ranging from 60 Hz to 15 kHZ. It also has an on/off switch and comes with it's own mic clip.

Overall Opinion 7/10

The Audio-Technica ATR30 isn't a great microphone in my opinion, but for the price it's hard to go wrong. It's a good microphone to have as an extra, or if you're just looking for a cheap vocal microphone for your home PA system or something like that. I wouldn't recommend using it much in the studio, although that's really the only place where I've used it. I've tried recording tom tom drums with it but it's really not adequate for professional recording. It's aim is to be something like a 57, but it definitely falls short, although I wouldn't expect it to match it based on the price. What the Audio-Technica ATR30 is best for is as an extra microphone to have around, something on the cheap that you can use as a talk back microphone or something of the like. There's not much about it that stands out except for the price, which will surely drive some people to it. While it is cheap, as always you're going to get what you pay for, so if you want something that's good, you're going to have to pay a bit more than this. I would probably recommend going with something a little bit better than this if you're looking to record at a high quality, otherwise it will do the job fine if you just need something cheap...