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It's like having a large diaphragm and a pencil condenser in one mic!
The MXL 9090 Microphone is like having two mics in one. A unique design with 2 selectable diaphragms: the front side has a warm, lush sound, and the microphone's back side simulates some of the brighter more airy sounding vintage capsule characteristics of early tube mics of the 60s. With the flip of a switch, you get a completely different sound from a single microphone. A bright red LED shines through the grill indicating which capsule is energized. The MXL 9090 mic is perfect for when you need several quality microphones on a limited budget.
Requires phantom power.
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This mic IS a rebadged version of the V67i, the dual capsule version of the well-reviewed V67g, a popular, and deservedly-so, cardioid LDC mic. It has all the features and advantages of the V67i and V67g except the green-and-gold cosmetics---but this saves you substantial $$$ compared to either mic. In addition to my V67g, I now own two of these. Well done MXL!
OK - I've been recording for a couple of months now - I got one of those Boss multitrack recorders for my birthday - and I knew I would be a natural producer (BooYah to my so called friends who said otherwise) and I got this microphone too. OK, let me say this: I don't have much experience with the other name brands like Newmin and Sure and what not, but even so I can unequivically state that this is one of the best sounding mics thus far made in the history of the digital age. How do I know? Listen to my recordings man! They do rock. Also, put on some headphones and listen to this microphone alamode. You can hear my sister talking on the phone downstairs. You can hear a dog barking two blocks away. Do we know the meaning of "full range sensitivity"? We do now. Plus did I mention it's basically two microphones in one? You can actually record multiple sound sources at the same time. In full range of course. Best to know ahead of time though - you will need the right electricity - a.k.a. "Phantom Power" and a three prong mic cable to properly hook up this bad boy.