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KSM141/SL, Micro statique à transistors à petite membrane de la marque Shure.


2 avis d'utilisateurs
Neuf à partir de 518 € prix moyen : 573 €

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  • Fabricant : Shure
  • Modèle : KSM141/SL
  • Catégorie : Micros statiques à transistors à petite membrane
  • Fiche créée le : 24/01/2006

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Avis utilisateurs Shure KSM141/SL

Note moyenne :5.0( 5/5 sur 2 avis )
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radikal05/02/2010

L'avis de radikal

Shure KSM141/SL
micro tres polyvalent.

AVIS GLOBAL

je l ai depuis peu et je suis tres impressioner par le naturel des voix enregistrees,j ai d autres micros(rode classic 2,akg d222,akg perception 170,audix dp5a..)
aucune critique a faire pour l instant,j ai jamais essayer sur des instrus mais il parait qu il est tout aussi satisfaisant.
ce que j aime le moins c est qu il coute cher (mais beaucoup moins qu un neumann km184) env 500 euros mais c est le prix a payer (d ocaz 300..,la ca vaut le coup).
si vous etes pret a mettre 300 euros dans un micro d occaze polyvalent de tres haute qualitee c est le micro a acheter les yeux fermes.
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contenu en anglais
peepsaudio11/09/2008

L'avis de peepsaudio (contenu en anglais)

Shure KSM141/SL
These mics are small diaphragm condenser mics, the "pencil" mic type. They are commonly sold in stereo pairs, since this mic type lends itself to stereo recording. It requires phantom power since it is a condenser. This mic also has a couple bonus features. There is a switchable pad, that will give you either 0, 15, or 25 db of attenuation in case you are recording something really loud that is clipping the mic. There is also a switchable roll-off filter that switch between off, a sharp roll-off and a more gradual one that starts from a higher frequency. All these come in handy when doing something like recording drum overheads.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using these for a few years. I got them because I wanted a solid pair of small diaphragm condensers that I could use for stereo recording. I use them a lot for drum overheads and for a second mic pair on an open piano, as well as other acoustic instruments with a lot of high frequency content. I really liked the pad and the roll-off you get with these, because for far away stereo recording it helps to have the control of what's going into the mic. Apart from that, these sound very crisp and transparent. The transients you can get with these mics are very quick and realistic. The high end is not harsh, so cymbals sound great through it instead of fatiguing. If you set these up correctly in a good stereo pattern, the image you can get sounds very lifelike, which I attribute to the accuracy of the mics especially in the high frequencies. These are a very high quality pair of mics to have, and when you want a good, clean, natural sound it's hard to go wrong with them. They are very competitively priced, so they're a good value. I would get them again.
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