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CAD GXL2200BP Condenser Microphone

CAD GXL2200BP Condenser Microphone

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A condenser microphone with a large diameter and a fixed cardioid pattern, the CAD GXL2200 is ideally suited for recording and broadcast applications. Its low distortion and high sensitivity, especially at the front, make it great for capturing vocals, instruments like the piano, and even live shows Read More

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Ikoth
3
May 13, 2017
What cable do you need to use this microphone? Can you use it with either AUX or USB?
Paulq_p
1
May 13, 2017
IkothYou will require a XLR cable to use this microphone
enero
589
May 18, 2017
IkothYou'll also need a phantom power supply as well as some kind of audio interface if you're going to plug into a computer.
GreenTeaZ
3
May 12, 2017
So I use the GXL 3000 currently, would this be an upgrade?
JeremyB796
43
May 15, 2017
GreenTeaZThat'd be more of a side-grade or even a down-grade since you lose the polar patterns.
You wouldn't get a difference.
enero
589
May 11, 2017
This is a good price for the BP version. The CAD GXL2200 is a decent mic out of the box, and great mic for DIY tweakers. With some upgrades it can be a really amazing mic. There is a good community of modders for this lil sucker :) I havent felt the need to upgrade the internals yet, since Im only using this for streaming. But I have painted my silver version to match my office motif a little better :D
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buddypalfriendo
13
May 11, 2017
eneroReal nice review, thanks for sharing. Mind if I ask what speakers you're using? :)
enero
589
May 11, 2017
buddypalfriendoHey thanks! I just really appreciate this mic for what it is and is a great buy with a great community backing it. Thought people should know :) As for the speakers, they are the Edifier R980T. Just got them recently, they sound decent for powered speakers. Had a nice set of Miccas but got sick of all the cables, amp and dac on my desk. Got them coz they're a nice size and were dirt cheap! Dont really listen to anything other than youtube videos through them, so they'll do. I moved all that other stuff out to the living room.
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