|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Includes AC Adapter||No|
|Product Dimensions||20.3 x 5.1 x 5.1 cm; 700 Grams|
|Item Weight||700 g|
|Item Model Number||SE2300|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||24 September 2018|
sE Electronics - Multi Pattern Large Diaphragm Condenser Mic with Shockmount and Filter
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|Connector type||XLR Connector|
About this item
- Frequency range- 20hz-20khz
- 48v Power
- Max SPL-126/136/146db
- Impedance-40 ohms
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Large Diaphragm condenser microphone with 3 selectable polar patterns. Handcrafted 1" true condenser capsule with 2 switchable attenuation levels (-10db and -20db) and 2 low-cut filters (80hz and 160hz). Gold Plated XLR Connecter. Shockmount included
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Due to the pandemic all the planned work I had like many others is on hold, but I did try my own voice out on this microphone and spent some time looking it over and trying out the different pick up patterns so here is my conclusions.
Build quality is very good it has a good weight to the body which is desirable in this style of microphone as this helps to dampen unwanted noise, it as amazing good looks and looks good enough to put in front of any talent even if on camera, I would be proud to show this of as it looks so beautiful maybe I’m falling in love, OK enough of that and yes I am a bit of a mic nerd!.
But being a mic nerd means I did not have to carry out any controlled testing as I have years of experience you know as soon as you hear a mic right away how it will generally perform and you will be able to find lots of YouTube video reviews on both this mic and it’s sister models.
I already own some SE microphones so have grown to trust this brand and the SE2200 did not disappoint, I was very pleased both with the build quality and the sound in all 3 patterns which are; Cardioid, Omni, and figure of eight the first had the expected proximity effect but they are high pass filters to help control this and did I mention it comes with a pop filter, well this reduces pops, next the omni setting considering it’s not a true omni mic gave a very flat response with no noticeable drop of from any direction, and the figure of eight works a bit like 2 cardioid's back to back and I was very pleased at the high rejection ratio in the figure eight dead spot which could work well in a live situation by careful placement.
Although I do own some SE mics I also own many other well known brands so I am not biased towards this brand but you do get high value for the money, the down side is they are often constructed out of lighter materials compared to some top brands, I have already dented the mesh grill on my kick drum mic that said the mesh on the SE2200 feels strong.
Finally the SE2200 will mostly be used for vocals but I reckon it will work for many types of instruments such as you could use this along with a good pencil mic and pair them up to record an acoustic guitar, as always we hear things a little bit different so how we perceive sound will differ from person to person and for that reason if you have bought this microphone, spend time experimenting with position and distance and learn it’s characteristics to get the best from it also pair it with good quality recording gear as budget equipment will not show off this mics true potential.
I'm getting good audio reports with minor eq adjustments, and it's a definite improvement on the stock mic.
Well worth the money.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 7 October 2019
Consigliatissimo, soprattutto per voce maschile.
Reviewed in Canada on 16 October 2021