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sE Electronics sE8 matched pair
« on: June 26, 2018, 09:26:05 PM »
Hello,

Any thoughts or experience with this mic? Thinking about using them outdoors for field recording, nature and very quiet sounds, in ortf configuration...

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Mics: 2x Oktava MK-012 Card (XY, ORTF), AT BP4025 (STEREO XY), DIY Primo 172 48v matched stereo, Sony ECM 55B (Lav)
Audio Recorders: Sound Devices Mixpre6
Assorted audio acessories: Presonus Firestudio mobile, Echofire2 interface, Mackie 802 VLZ3 mixer, Rode Blimp II, sennheiser hd25 . Audio Monitors: Yamaha HS7, KRK Rockit (passive)

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Re: sE Electronics sE8 matched pair
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2018, 02:56:43 PM »

I had some sE mics way back when. I think they were the sE3 model. They were okay for what I paid for them and what I was used to comparing them to - a pair of SP C4s and the like - but certainly nothing special.

While I've never used this model of mic I can't help nut think you wouldn't be getting much more than what you could get out of your Oktavas.

The specs look good but lots of mics look good on paper.
Schoeps MK41 > nBob > PFA || MBHO KA300 > PFA
Aerco MP2 || RAD MS2
Marantz PMD706 || PMD620

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