Sennheiser MD 421-II
Sennheiser MD 421-II

Microphone Dynamique appartenant à la série MD 421 de SennheiserVoir le site web

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L'avis des utilisateurs : Note moyenne de 4.5/5 pour 8 avis

Sennheiser MD 421-II : l'avis de Anonyme

9 (9/10)

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Caractéristiques 9/10

Il est toujours passionnant de revoir un microphone légendaire, parce que je peux simplement parler au micro, sans le comparer à d'autres microphones (bien que je vais mentionner un à la fin).

Le Sennheiser MD 421 II est un microphone fantastique dynamique qui est légendaire pour le travail de diffusion, mais est également vanté comme un faire tout ce micro dans le studio. Le Sennheiser MD 421 II est aimée plus que la plupart des micros quand il s'agit de mic'ing toms. Cependant, il a été connu pour être fantastique adapté pour amplis de guitare, en particulier celles qui sont très saturées dans le bas de gamme et le besoin du coup de poing qui le MD 421 II apporte à la table.

Le Sennheiser MD 421 II est un microphone dynamique avec une directivité cardioïde. Il a une réponse en fréquence plutôt agréable de 30-17,000 Hz. Sa grande capacité de la batterie et micro jusqu'à amplis de guitare parle de tonnes sur sa capacité à traiter de haut de SPL.

Le microphone lui-même est très bien construit, bien que le système de montage est à peu près la pire que j'ai jamais vu mis en œuvre dans un microphone. Sennheiser vend même un Elastiques qui est censé atténuer, mais dans mon peu d'expérience, fait peu pour aider. Le problème avec le clip, c'est que c'est tout simplement n'est pas fixé au microphone très bien en raison de la conception. Elle glisse, et si le microphone est inclinée dans le mauvais sens, il tend à se glissa hors de la pince. Il ya eu des histoires de personnes collant simplement le microphone en place sur le clip, qui est ce que mon ami a fait. Je suis donc relayer seulement ce que j'ai entendu parler de cela, parce que mon ami MD 421 II n'a pas souffert de ce problème en raison de son collage sur le clip.

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It is always exciting to review a legendary microphone, because I can just talk about the microphone, without comparing it to other microphones (although I will mention one at the end).

The Sennheiser MD 421 II is a fantastic dynamic microphone that is legendary for broadcast work, but is equally vaunted as a do all microphone in the studio. The Sennheiser MD 421 II is loved more than most microphones when it comes to mic'ing tom drums. However, it has been known to be fantastically suited for guitar amps, especially the ones that are very saturated in the low end and need the punch that the MD 421 II brings to the table.

The Sennheiser MD 421 II is a dynamic microphone with a cardioid pickup pattern. It has a rather nice frequency response from 30-17,000 Hz. Its great ability to mic up drums and guitar amps speaks tons about its ability to handle high SPL's.

The microphone itself is very well built, although the mounting system is just about the worst I have ever seen implemented in a microphone. Sennheiser even sells a shockmount that is supposed to mitigate that, but in my little experience, does little to help. The issue with the clip is that is simply is not secured to the microphone very well due to design. It slides, and if the microphone is tilted the wrong way, it tends to slid out of the clip. There have been stories of people simply gluing the microphone into place on the clip, which is what my friend did. I am thus only relaying what I have heard about this, because my friend's MD 421 II did not suffer from this problem on account of his gluing it to the clip.

Avis Global 9/10

Le MD 421 II est un micro fantastique pour la plupart des applications, et si je devais le comparer à rien, que je fais, même si le MD 421 II lui-même établit une norme, je pourrais dire (dans un balayage dangereux large d'une déclaration) qu'il est un homme Shure SM57 riche.

Un autre fait intéressant est qu'il peut être utilisé pour la voix, bien que ce ne serait pas mon premier choix de la même manière le SM57 ne serait pas. Cependant, parce que je le vois comme un riche homme 57, il prête également une tonalité agréable à certaines voix, estimant qu'il est utilisé comme un pilier dans la diffusion et la SM578 est pas. Si vous avez l'argent, je recommande fortement de donner le Sennheiser MD 421 II un coup!

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The MD 421 II is a fantastic microphone for most applications, and if I had to compare it to anything, which I do, even though the MD 421 II itself sets a standard, I could say (in a dangerous broad sweep of a statement) that it is a rich man's Shure SM57.

One more interesting fact is that it CAN be used for vocals, although it would not be my first choice the same way the SM57 wouldn't be. However, because I see it as a rich man's 57, it also lends a pleasing tone to some voices, considering that it is used as a mainstay in broadcast, and the SM578 is not. If you have the cash, I highly recommend giving the Sennheiser MD 421 II a shot!
Avis OriginalTexte original anglais :

Characteristics 9/10

It is always exciting to review a legendary microphone, because I can just talk about the microphone, without comparing it to other microphones (although I will mention one at the end).

The Sennheiser MD 421 II is a fantastic dynamic microphone that is legendary for broadcast work, but is equally vaunted as a do all microphone in the studio. The Sennheiser MD 421 II is loved more than most microphones when it comes to mic'ing tom drums. However, it has been known to be fantastically suited for guitar amps, especially the ones that are very saturated in the low end and need the punch that the MD 421 II brings to the table.

The Sennheiser MD 421 II is a dynamic microphone with a cardioid pickup pattern. It has a rather nice frequency response from 30-17,000 Hz. Its great ability to mic up drums and guitar amps speaks tons about its ability to handle high SPL's.

The microphone itself is very well built, although the mounting system is just about the worst I have ever seen implemented in a microphone. Sennheiser even sells a shockmount that is supposed to mitigate that, but in my little experience, does little to help. The issue with the clip is that is simply is not secured to the microphone very well due to design. It slides, and if the microphone is tilted the wrong way, it tends to slid out of the clip. There have been stories of people simply gluing the microphone into place on the clip, which is what my friend did. I am thus only relaying what I have heard about this, because my friend's MD 421 II did not suffer from this problem on account of his gluing it to the clip.

Overall Opinion 9/10

The MD 421 II is a fantastic microphone for most applications, and if I had to compare it to anything, which I do, even though the MD 421 II itself sets a standard, I could say (in a dangerous broad sweep of a statement) that it is a rich man's Shure SM57.

One more interesting fact is that it CAN be used for vocals, although it would not be my first choice the same way the SM57 wouldn't be. However, because I see it as a rich man's 57, it also lends a pleasing tone to some voices, considering that it is used as a mainstay in broadcast, and the SM578 is not. If you have the cash, I highly recommend giving the Sennheiser MD 421 II a shot!