Audio-Technica AE3300 : l'avis de Anonyme

" L'AT4033 est mieux LIVE!" 10 (10/10)

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Caractéristiques 10/10

Microphones * sont très subjectives. Certains micros qui fonctionnent pour certains avec brio peuvent être désastreuses sur les autres. Il est donc important de comprendre le contexte dans lequel cet examen est écrit et le prendre avec un grain de sel, comme tous les avis sur les micros doivent être traités .*

L'Audio-Technica AE3300 Elite Artist est un microphone à condensateur de poche conçu spécifiquement pour une utilisation live. Il bénéficie d'un nombre relativement impressionnant (pour un micro en direct) réponse en fréquence 30-18,000 Hz et un nombre relativement remarquable (pour un micro en direct) Rapport signal sur bruit de 75 dB, avec seulement 19 dB du bruit propre. Il est également capable de gérer jusqu'à 147 dB SPL, avant de vous engager le pad de 10 dB qui vient avec le micro! Avant même de chanter dans le AE3300, vous pouvez prendre un regard sur les specs, et prendre un sens de l'Heft parfaitement équilibrée du microphone pour savoir que ça vaut le prix à payer pour cela. En plus de tout cela, il ya aussi un interrupteur passe-haut. Et avant que je descends de la fréquence: si vous regardez la courbe, vous pouvez voir un plongeon très habile dans la gamme sifflantes. Incroyable de la part de l'ingénierie d'Audio-Technica.

L'AE3300 arrive à avoir le même élément que l'AT4033 légendaire, dont j'ai également passé en revue. J'ai dit que le AT4033 est un microphone plutôt pointilleux dans mon examen, mais la vérité est, même si vous ne l'utilisez pas dans le studio, si vous pouviez utiliser le vivre, vous? Surtout après qu'il a été optimisé pour cette utilisation? Je pense que la plupart des gens diraient oui à cette question.

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*Microphones are very subjective. Some microphones that work for some brilliantly may be disastrous on others. It is therefore important to understand the context in which this review is written and take it with a grain of salt, like all reviews on microphones should be treated.*

The Audio-Technica Artist Elite AE3300 is a handheld condenser microphone tailored specifically for live use. It boasts a relatively impressive (for a live microphone) 30-18,000Hz frequency response and a relatively remarkable (for a live microphone) Signal to noise ratio of 75 dB, with only 19 dB of self-noise. It is also capable of handling up to 147 dB SPL, before you engage the 10 dB pad that comes with the microphone! Before you even sing into the AE3300, you can take one look at the specs, and take one feel of the perfectly balanced heft of the microphone to know that it's worth the price one pays for it. In addition to this all, there is also a high-pass switch. And before I get off of the frequency: if you look at the curve, you can see a very clever dip in the sibilance range. Unbelievable engineering on Audio-Technica's part.

The AE3300 happens to have the same element as the legendary AT4033, which I have also reviewed. I said that the AT4033 is a rather picky microphone in my review, but the truth is, even if you wouldn't use it in the studio, if you could use it live, would you? Especially after it's been optimized for that use? I think most people would say yes to that one.

Avis Global 10/10

L'AE3300 est un microphone incroyable que dégage sa valeur avant même de chanter en elle. Il est clair, c'est défini, c'est chaud. Il semble savoir exactement ce que vous voulez sortir de là. Si vous avez l'argent, je suis entièrement suggèrent d'investir en elle.

Musiciens du spectacle dépensent des sommes incroyables d'argent sur leurs haut-parleurs, guitares, pianos, câbles, etc La plupart d'entre eux semblent négliger le fait que ils chantent dans un SM58. Ce n'est pas que je n'aime pas le SM58, ce micro est fantastique. Je veux juste faire remarquer que votre voix est un instrument comme les autres, donc il doit être investi, comme les autres.

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The AE3300 is an unbelievable microphone that exudes its value before you even sing into it. It is clear, it's defined, it's warm. It seems to know exactly what you want to get out of it. If you have the money, I wholeheartedly suggest investing in it.

Performing musicians spend unbelievable amounts of money on their speakers, guitars, pianos, cables, etc. Most of them seem to overlook the fact that they're singing into an SM58. It's not that I dislike the SM58; that microphone is fantastic. I just want to point out that your voice is an instrument just like any other, so it should be invested in, like any other.
Avis OriginalTexte original anglais : The AT4033 is better LIVE!

Characteristics 10/10

*Microphones are very subjective. Some microphones that work for some brilliantly may be disastrous on others. It is therefore important to understand the context in which this review is written and take it with a grain of salt, like all reviews on microphones should be treated.*

The Audio-Technica Artist Elite AE3300 is a handheld condenser microphone tailored specifically for live use. It boasts a relatively impressive (for a live microphone) 30-18,000Hz frequency response and a relatively remarkable (for a live microphone) Signal to noise ratio of 75 dB, with only 19 dB of self-noise. It is also capable of handling up to 147 dB SPL, before you engage the 10 dB pad that comes with the microphone! Before you even sing into the AE3300, you can take one look at the specs, and take one feel of the perfectly balanced heft of the microphone to know that it's worth the price one pays for it. In addition to this all, there is also a high-pass switch. And before I get off of the frequency: if you look at the curve, you can see a very clever dip in the sibilance range. Unbelievable engineering on Audio-Technica's part.

The AE3300 happens to have the same element as the legendary AT4033, which I have also reviewed. I said that the AT4033 is a rather picky microphone in my review, but the truth is, even if you wouldn't use it in the studio, if you could use it live, would you? Especially after it's been optimized for that use? I think most people would say yes to that one.

Overall Opinion 10/10

The AE3300 is an unbelievable microphone that exudes its value before you even sing into it. It is clear, it's defined, it's warm. It seems to know exactly what you want to get out of it. If you have the money, I wholeheartedly suggest investing in it.

Performing musicians spend unbelievable amounts of money on their speakers, guitars, pianos, cables, etc. Most of them seem to overlook the fact that they're singing into an SM58. It's not that I dislike the SM58; that microphone is fantastic. I just want to point out that your voice is an instrument just like any other, so it should be invested in, like any other.


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