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Re: Berliner CM-33 mics?
« Reply #105 on: July 20, 2019, 08:18:41 PM »
Wondering if anyone has a SRS mount that fit these mics.
No available model on the SRS website.  Maybe someone here has used one successfully that was made for a different set of mics?

Just bought a pair of these mics.

I didn't use the SRS mounts when I had a pair of these so I'm really no help. Just chiming in to say that I'm in New Orleans so we should get together some time.  :cheers:
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Re: Berliner CM-33 mics?
« Reply #106 on: July 21, 2019, 01:38:36 PM »
Contact Scott and he will make you one specific for the CM-33's!

Wondering if anyone has a SRS mount that fit these mics.
No available model on the SRS website.  Maybe someone here has used one successfully that was made for a different set of mics?

Just bought a pair of these mics.
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Re: Berliner CM-33 mics?
« Reply #107 on: July 30, 2019, 07:12:52 PM »
Contact Scott and he will make you one specific for the CM-33's!

Wondering if anyone has a SRS mount that fit these mics.
No available model on the SRS website.  Maybe someone here has used one successfully that was made for a different set of mics?

Just bought a pair of these mics.

I did just that.  New DINa in the v4 style for the CM33.  He also made the same pattern available in the v3 style.
Open ~ Beyerdynamic MC930/950 : Busman BSC1/K1-4 : Line Audio CM3/OM1 :
Closed ~ AT831b/853 (c,o) : Shure Beta98/s
Pres ~ 2x Oade mod UA-5 (W+, ACM+), Sound Pro bboxes
Decks ~ DR680mkII, DR2d
Also ~ AT3031 : Berliner CM33 : Sennheiser e614

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Re: Berliner CM-33 mics?
« Reply #108 on: January 11, 2020, 09:34:59 AM »
Ran these last weekend.
Above average choice, maybe even a go-to-inexpensive-mic, for a muddy/dense room.
If you are like me and restrict your budget while finding your taping happy spot as a novice/newer taper/value oriented taper, these mics (if you can find them) are really good for small indoor venues.
However, I can understand if people do not like their sound and I do not think I will ever run them outdoors unless I am FOB and need the smaller profile.
But in NOLA, with our weird shaped venues/bars, where nothing is scared for music venues (garages/warehouses), these mics serve a purpose in my locker.
Also probably a great choice if you record very bass heavy concerts.  A decent recommend for that situation.
« Last Edit: January 11, 2020, 02:18:11 PM by Twenty8 »
Open ~ Beyerdynamic MC930/950 : Busman BSC1/K1-4 : Line Audio CM3/OM1 :
Closed ~ AT831b/853 (c,o) : Shure Beta98/s
Pres ~ 2x Oade mod UA-5 (W+, ACM+), Sound Pro bboxes
Decks ~ DR680mkII, DR2d
Also ~ AT3031 : Berliner CM33 : Sennheiser e614

 

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