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Transporting the MXL 770 shouldn’t be too difficult thanks to the inclusion of a carrying case. The case is made out of hard plastic with thick foam inside so the mic will be adequately protected when taken out of your home or studio. See More
Excessive vibrations and similar issues relating to microphone mounting won’t be a big issue with the MXL 770. You get a shock mount with every purchase so mounting the mic should be easy and microphonics (mechanical vibrations that get picked up as noise) won’t be a big problem. See More
Transporting as well as mounting the mic shouldn’t be a hassle thanks to the useful accessories that the AT2035 comes with. You get a microphone mount adapter as well as a shock mount so you’ll be able to properly mount the mic with your existing mic stands or boom arms. Also, you get a padded soft case for a safer transportation of the microphone. See More
It is possible for you to make some minor adjustments to the microphone’s sound. At the lower part of the mic is a Low Cut and Pad switch. With the Low Cut switch, you’ll be able to reduce the amount of bass that the mic picks up. The Pad switch reduces the microphone’s sensitivity by around 10 dB, which is useful when you are recording loud audio sources and you want to control volume levels. See More
This may not be the best mic to use if you plan to record a lot of high frequency sounds like high-pitched female vocals or cymbals. The AT2020 tends to emphasize the higher frequencies which results in the recorded audio’s highs sounding quite sharp and harsh. See More
With the AT2020, you’ll be able to get great recordings of a wide range of audio sources. The mic is able to capture a lot of detail, yet at the same time is able to deliver a full-bodied sound. The audio is also very clear with no distortions. See More