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Behringer C-3 Studio Kondensator Mikrofon

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Artikelgewicht422 g
Produktabmessungen5,4 x 5,4 x 18 cm
ModellnummerC-3
FarbeSilber
Hardware PlattformCONSUMER_ELECTRONICS
  
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Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung 5.0 von 5 Sternen 2 Kundenrezensionen
Amazon Bestseller-Rang Nr. 21.534 in Musikinstrumente & DJ-Equipment (Siehe Top 100)
Produktgewicht inkl. Verpackung880 g
Im Angebot von Amazon.de seit3. Dezember 2008
  
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Das Behringer C-3 ist ein Doppelmembran-Kondensatormikrofon mit umschaltbarer Richtcharakteristik für Studio- und Liveanwendungen. Hier kann zwischen Kugel-, Acht- Nierencharakteristik gewählt werden.


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Als ich das Mikro auspackte, war ich doch positiv überrascht. Das Gerät macht einen professionellen Eindruck. Und das zu einem wirklich fairen Preis!
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Amazon.com: 4.3 von 5 Sternen 41 Rezensionen
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great mic for the price 1. Oktober 2014
Von Steve Reischel - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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First I will say that I am not a professional musician or sound engineer. I have never owned a really nice microphone before but I wanted to be able to record some interviews on a digital recorder. I was amazed at the frequency response and the low level of noise generated by this microphone. It has a switch that you can set to three different pickup patterns. For interviewing I used it in the bidirectional (figure 8) pattern. The two sides aren't exactly the same but for what I was doing, it worked great. Both my voice and that of the interviewee were crystal clear and the noise floor was far below anything I've used before.
This mic does require phantom power to operate. I was using it with the Behringer MIC800 Modeling Preamp, which provided the phantom power and preamp interface to the digital recorder.
I have some older microphones that I thought were OK until I used this one. One of the dynamic microphones I have doesn't have much noise but the frequency response leaves a lot to be desired. I have a short shotgun condenser mic that has good frequency response but the noise level on it is horrible.
5.0 von 5 Sternen This mic is absolutely amazing. Super affordable 22. Mai 2017
Von Eric Faries - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This mic is absolutely amazing. Super affordable, and sounds lovely. It compliments my voice greatly for my bands music, as well as makes a nice boom mic for my videos on youtube. The multiple pattern switch is great for many purposes. Highly recommend for audio people on a budget, or if you just want a solid microohone.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Like a Profetional studio 9. Februar 2014
Von Luis-PR - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This mic performance is fantastic I talk in chat rooms and people tell me it sounds like an FM Station , the fidelity is outstanding, no need to be close to the mic and it caches my voice and sounds perfectly , so is no need for a filter, or I can turn off the switch for the rear diaphragm and pick only my voice, with the flip of a switch it filters deep sounds , so outside noises are keep out, but I understand is used for Drums or picking sound directly from an speaker but it does that trick for me, so I'm very happy with this product 100%
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4.0 von 5 Sternen BUYER PREPARE - Fantastic overall product, but a few points that come up... 1. März 2014
Von R. Lane - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is my first condenser microphone, and there were a lot of things I had to learn in the process... My goal with this review is to outline several things mostly that amateur buyers need to be aware of, but even a few things that experienced audio individuals may want to be aware of.

***** The #1 thing that caused me to give it only 4 stars instead of 5 is this calls itself a 48V phantom power microphone. This is NOT exactly true. This is not the result of a faulty product either, if you're wondering, because I DID think it was faulty and got a replacement. If you use a full 48V, you are going to get a bit of added noise in the signal, and 12V vs 48V does NOT reduce the sound quality any. I am aware that many many condensers calling themselves 48V don't use a full 48V, but if it allows added noise to come in because of the excess voltage, there is some negligence. Most preamps and mixers I am aware of that provide phantom power provide only a 48V phantom power. I am using a "Behringer PS400 Ultra-Compact Phantom Power Supply" and not the 48V my preamp provides BECAUSE this device has an option between 12V and 48V. The 12V option is PLENTY sufficient, and it cut down the noise from when using 48V from my preamp. For me I wish the microphone would have better technology to limit its intake of power to only what it needs or something. Kind of odd I haven't seen this come up in other reviews; but like I said, I did get a replacement mic, and this was the same for both. There is not EXCRUCIATING noise at 48V by any means when a preamp is used, but my level meter shows that the noise level at 12V is an obvious HALF of what it is at 48V. When a preamp is NOT used and only phantom power from this Behringer device is used (eliminating signal modification from the equation), 48V renders the raw output COMPLETELY unusable vs not so at 12V; this is eliminated with the use of a preamp, but that is still very telling. Any kind of noise reduction in the system is an improvement, and I would think the power technology here would be more streamlined.
Note that this is not an issue of my mixing/amping, as the ONLY change between going to great lack-of-noise quality is using 12V from the phantom power box instead of 48V from the box or my preamp. I simply turn off the 48V on the preamp and run the line through the 12V phantom power with the result of cutting the noise in half and not losing any sound quality. I would be very interested if anyone else has any comments on this to share.

THINGS FOR AMATEURS TO BE AWARE OF:
- You DO need a preamp or a mixer with preamp capabilities (and not just because of phantom power needs). Apparently SOME condenser microphones are hot enough to already be at line level without pre-amplification. That is not the case with this product. AGC (Auto Gain Control) on your devices may up your gain without you realizing it so you'll have a normal level, but this brings up noise at a 1:1 SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio) and possible distortion because you don't have legitimate preamp technology. If you do not need or desire a typical XLR version of the microphone, CONSIDER A C-1U. The C-1U obviously does not need anything added because it is a USB mic, even though the C-2 and C-3 are higher and better models with more functions. It is up to the buyer to weigh their needs and whether their needs are worth paying for the versatility of XLR, a preamp, cords, adapters, phantom power, USB interfaces or USB input, etc.
- Every single device you use will have its own set of hidden audio settings.
I am using the "AGPtek 3M USB" for cheap USB input until I can invest in a USB interface, and with Windows, by default, the microphone level is all the way down, and AGC is I think turned on.
With my Canon Vixia camera, by default when I plug in a line microphone, the ATT setting is set to Auto. What this does is when nothing is coming into the microphone, the camera ups the gain to make the before-hand SLIGHT noise in the signal very prominent. Then when you speak or something, the ATT On kicks in and cuts it way down to make the sound level normal. Because of this, I have to video in Manual so I can set the ATT to "ATT On" (not Auto) where this doesn't happen.
** These things aren't the microphone's fault; you just need to be aware and always dig and find your audio settings on your devices.

OVERALL, so far, I don't have much to say about quality or longevity etc yet, because I haven't had it long enough yet! I just felt the need to post this immediately to save others the headache of figuring these things out on their own! :) I will Edit this when I have more information. And anyone critical to my or others' lack of understanding and experience with audio can go better spend their time minding their own business. I personally am training to be an opera singer and voice teacher, and I wanted a condenser to capture the classical singing voice better than a dynamic would. I opted for the typical XLR instead of the specialty USB C-1U to be able to adapt to line output for my video camera, voice recording device, etc and so that in the future I will be able to add a mixer etc to my repertoire to mix with a keyboard and possibly other microphones for other instruments or voices.

So far, I am satisfied with the quality AND MOST CERTAINLY THE PRICE of this product! I completely acknowledge that this is extremely low cost for the quality provided! I only wish the product information would quit only hyping the product up and be a little bit more informative about some of the more obscured points I've listed, because this product is more designed for amateur and home use in the first place!
4.0 von 5 Sternen I stick it right in the middle of my drum ... 7. Dezember 2016
Von Charles C. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I stick it right in the middle of my drum set and record in Omni-directional mode for basic, demo takes of tracks that I am working on at home. Doesn't seem to grab lower bass freq's as well, but hey, for the price, it is quite handy.
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