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AKG Acoustics CK 99 L Miniature Lavalier Microphone
« on: March 10, 2021, 04:07:37 PM »
Has anyone had any experience using these?  I assume you could rewire and 4.7k mod a set to be used in the field? 
Mics: SP-CMC-8 AT933 Body 4.7K mod AT853 (c, sc) U853 (h) Microline Shotguns
Pres: CA 9100, SP-Preamp
Recorders: MT2 , Tascam DR-07, PCM-M10

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Re: AKG Acoustics CK 99 L Miniature Lavalier Microphone
« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2021, 04:45:56 PM »
There is also the AKG HM1000 M Hanging Module with cap options. The write ups make them sound very similar to the AT mics.
Mics: SP-CMC-8 AT933 Body 4.7K mod AT853 (c, sc) U853 (h) Microline Shotguns
Pres: CA 9100, SP-Preamp
Recorders: MT2 , Tascam DR-07, PCM-M10

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Re: AKG Acoustics CK 99 L Miniature Lavalier Microphone
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2021, 04:03:11 PM »
Good lavalier microphones often have frequency response that's tailored for placement on a person's chest, where there are strong resonances that need to be downplayed. It's not generally a good idea to use such microphones for music recording unless you know for certain how they will respond with the kind of placement that you intend to use.
« Last Edit: March 12, 2021, 04:08:52 PM by DSatz »
music > microphones > a recorder of some sort

 

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