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MXL CR89

3.100,00 DKK 2.995,00 DKK

Low Noise Condenser Microphone

The MXL Cr89 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone wrapped in sharply contrasted black and chrome. The sound is every bit as bold as the body; the Cr89 can handle subtle acoustic guitar tones and loud vocals with the same sonic integrity. The Cr89 has low noise circuitry and a very low proximity effect, making it ideal for up-close recording. At home on instruments and vocals, the Cr89’s body design minimizes body resonance while the tuned grill cavity reduces standing waves and harmonic distortion.

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The MXL Cr89 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone wrapped in sharply contrasted black and chrome. The sound is every bit as bold as the body; the Cr89 can handle subtle acoustic guitar tones and loud vocals with the same sonic integrity. The Cr89 has low noise circuitry and a very low proximity effect, making it ideal for up-close recording. At home on instruments and vocals, the Cr89’s body design minimizes body resonance while the tuned grill cavity reduces standing waves and harmonic distortion.

Boe Larsen udtaler:

“Nu har vi jo et rigtig vellydende Steinway D flygel i studiet, og her har jeg også den tilgang, at der ikke skal rodes for meget med det. To mikrofoner i en ret tæt AB med ca. 20 cm mellem mikrofonerne placeret udenfor kassen; men mikrofonerne placeret, så de peger ned mod strengene eller lige lidt hen over strengene. Du får en lidt blød lyd, hvis mikrofonerne er placeret højt – tæt på kanten af låget, og en mere skarp lyd, hvis mikrofonerne er længere nede. Tidligere brugte jeg Neumann mikrofoner på optagelsen, men på det sidste blev jeg præsenteret for nogle MXL CR89, som blæste mig væk. Her er højere til loftet, dybere til bunden, og fornemmelsen af en mikrofon mellem instrument og lytter bliver udvisket på den gode måde. Det er jo nogle ret billige mikrofoner (ca. 2800,-), men de lyder fantastisk på mit flygel. Her kombinerer jeg dem med en Elberg MP-8 preamp. Jeg lavede en optagelse med Nicolai Hess, som skulle mixes af nordmanden Jan Erik Kongshaug, som er ECM lydtekniker og som jo nærmest har defineret en flygellyd for denne form for jazz. Og han var yderst tilfreds med optagelsen og sagde, at den næsten lød lige så godt som de optagelser, han laver. Men jeg havde ikke fortalt ham, at optagelsen var lavet med to ret billige MXL mikrofoner.”

MXL wins in value and quality over the high-end Sony C800PAC condenser microphone.
I was recording vocals with a male artist that I had previously recorded with a Sony C800G. Both the artist and myself had been pleased with the performance of the C-800G, but I was curious to see how the CR89 would sound compared to the Sony. I was suprised when we both selected the CR89 as our preferred mic…
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  • Top-quality condenser microphone for vocals and instruments
  • Ideal for acoustic guitars, strings, pianos and room sound
  • Warm in character yet still faithful to the original source
  • Very low proximity effect—great for up-close recording
  • Supplied with heavy duty shock mount, and real wood storage box
Type:
Condenser pressure gradient mic with large 32mm capsule
Diaphragm:
Gold-sputtered, 6 micron diaphragm
Frequency Response:
20 Hz—20kHz
Polar pattern:
Cardioid
Sensitivity
-30 dB re 1 V/Pat
Impedance:
150 ohms
Max output:
1K load: + 13 dBu
Max SPL for 0.5% THD:
138 dB SPL
S/N Ratio:
80 dB (Ref. 1 Pa A-weighted)
Equivalent Noise Level:
14 dB (A-weighted IEC 651)
Dynamic Range:
124 dB
Power Requirements:
Phantom power 48V ± 4V
Weight:
1.85lbs
Size
64mm x 185mm
Metal Finish:
Black and Black chrome
polar pattern

REVIEW:

Date: Jan. 2013
Headline: MXL CR89 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone
Author: Russ Long
Media Outlet: Pro Audio Review
Article: Studio Review of MXL CR89 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone

 

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