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Thoughts on the Audio-Technica PRO-35 mics?
« on: December 29, 2016, 01:44:56 PM »
I am thinking of purchasing two Audio-Technica PRO-35's and having them termed into a single stereo 1/8" ... I have a few questions for the knowledgeable staff on hand ...

Would I be able the above setup accurately with a 12-Volt Battery Box?  I'm looking for simplistic and would like to steer clear of a pre-amp if possible.  I like the high SPL that this mic offers (145db) and the signal-to-noise looks to be in-line with other mics of this sort (64db) ... so does anyone think this would be a nice arrangement?  I mainly tape stealth of bands in theaters/halls ...

Lastly, who could do the mod for me?

Thanks for your help.

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Re: Thoughts on the Audio-Technica PRO-35 mics?
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2016, 09:23:56 AM »
I don't know anything about that mic, but I'd suggest you to put a total cost on what you'd spend to get those mics ready to go (caps x2 + custom Y cable + 4.7k mod + postage) and to save that amount of money to buy either a pair of SP-CMC-8 or SP-CMC-4U with SP-ATMIC-MODIF.

Both are made with Audio Technica caps, just like the way you need it.
« Last Edit: December 31, 2016, 05:28:29 AM by fandelive »
Mics : Sony ECM-717, MM-HLSC-1 (4.7k mod), SP-CMC-4 (at853), 2x DPA4060, 2x DPA4061
Battery box : SP-SPSB-6524 w/bass roll-off filter, MM-CBM-1
Preamp : Church Audio CA-9100
Recorders : Sony MZR-700PC, Edirol R-09HR, Tascam DR-2d


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