[AMRadio] Microphone recomendation


Bob Peters rwpeters at swbell.net
Mon Sep 21 15:01:41 EDT 2009


Also the EV-664 is a great HI Z mic

Bob W1PE

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Jerry,

There are two good Hi-Z mics that come to mind.
Both are, (were), mfg 
by Shure.  The 55S and the 737A.

Both have a response from about 100cps to 10Kc.

I know that most folks seem to no longer consider
them, BUT, Mike M., 
W3NB has won the Heavy Metal Rally several times
with his Gates TX and 
his 55S.

Mike also has the lows.  I do to, but to a lesser
extent, and use a 737A.

YMMV!

Bob - N0DGN

Gerald Stockinger wrote:
> Good morning to all. Since I will soon be new to
AM having been on SSB 
> since 1957 I need the benefit of others
experience. Last week a good 
> amount of time was spent on audio quality so I
thought I would ask here. 
> The rig is a Collins KW-1. I need a good quality
(broadcast if you will) 
> microphone to use with it, I have a deep voice
and I sound terrible on a 
> 300 to 3000 mic. I need more lows than  that. I
welcome any suggestions 
> on what microphone might fill my needs. 73
> Jerry K9GOZ
>
>   

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