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

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

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

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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.
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