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Marshall MXL V67G Condenser Microphone
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The MXL V67G Condenser Microphone is often described as having a sound that is "old school tube mellow." Designed mainly for vocals, the V67G mic com...Click To Read More About This Product
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A cleverly designed mic with an amazing sound and pleasing price.
The MXL V67G Condenser Microphone is often described as having a sound that is "old school tube mellow." Designed mainly for vocals, the V67G mic combines Class A FET circuitry and a transformer-coupled output for a smooth, open, and pure sound. The MXL V67G mic comes through with killer vocals even in front of a busy mix. The condenser microphone's great stage appeal is partially due to its round gold-plated grille and distinctive, vintage body. You'll be amazed by the sound this cleverly designed MXL microphone provides and pleasantly pleased with the price.
**Requires phantom power to operate.**
- Transformer-balanced output for smooth sound
- Gold-sputtered, 6 micron diaphragm
- Solid state preamp
- Optional MXL-57 isolation shockmount available
- Comes with mic stand adapter
- Wired with Mogami cable
- 3-year warranty
MXL V67G Condenser Microphone
- Type: Pressure gradient condenser mic
Diaphragm: 6 micron gold-sputtered
Capsule size: 32mm/1.26 in.
Frequency Response: 30Hz-20kHz
Polar pattern: Cardioid
Sensitivity: 15 mV/Pa
Impedance: 200 ohms
Equivalent noise: 20dB (A-weighted IEC 268-4)
S/N Ratio: 74dB (Ref. 1 PA A-weighted)
Max SPL for .5% THD: 130dB
Power Requirements: Phantom Power 48V (+/- 4V)
Size: 47mm x 184mm/1.85 in. x 7.24 in.
Weight: 1.3 lb./589.67g
Metal finish: Green with gold grille
Reviewed by 4 customers
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This is a fantastic mic. It's great stock and is a fantastic platform for modifications to make it even better. It doesn't have that typical Chinese-condenser sizzly, brittle top end. Very smooth and warm. It's my go-to vocal mic, and works great on acoustic guitars. I use it often as a room mic and LOVE it as a mono drum overhead. Great mic.
I got this mic because I needed a cheapo just to have something for some scratch vox during live recording... But lemme tell ya, this thing really sounds impressive. Almost like a tube mic, with a smooth almost ribbon-like top-end, a tight low end, and nice pronounced mids and low mids, down to probably around 4 or 500Hz. TIGHT. Sounds great on mandolin and female vocals, and pretty alright on guitar as well. I've had a fun day tryin' this puppy out, and fact is: There's no reason you shouldn't buy this mic.
This mic sounds fantastic on vocals. It has a very warm sound unlike the harshness you get with with most other MXL mics. Its rare to find a mic that sounds this good for such a low price.
I purchased this mic a few months ago and have put it through its paces in most applications. It's found its niche as a great mono overhead, room mic, vocal mic, and acoustic guitar mic.Most people complain that MXL mics are overly bright, but I found this mic to have just enough of a bias towards the upper mids to make any tracks really stand out in a mix. For a little more than the price of an SM57, I'd say this is a great first condenser; and paired with a high-end preamp...it's no contest for the value.