CAD GXL2600USB Mic
CAD GXL2600USB Mic
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From CAD Audio’s GXL USB series comes the GXL2600, a large-diaphragm studio condenser microphone with USB connectivity. Powered solely by USB and compatible with Windows 8 and Mac, the GXL2600 doesn’t require a complicated setup Read More

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mrbinary
341
Mar 20, 2018
When can we get AT2035 or AT2020 (xlr) drop?
aditxman
34
Jan 11, 2018
do this mic still have hiss problem ??
@massdrop official please answer
Madmax692
0
Mar 23, 2018
There is a gain switch in the inside and that fixed it for me.
Woollsy
0
Jan 10, 2018
Mic is good but the tripod is trash. It us far too small for the Mic and I would recommend getting a boom arm to hold the Mic this way the Mic is much closer to you while not being in the way. This will also make the Mic sound better because it does not have much range and you will quickly sound very quiet. I have mine about 1 foot away from me.
Xavier_Dole
19
Oct 3, 2017
How does this compare to the audio technica at2020
NaorF
47
Oct 3, 2017
How is this vs blue snowball ice mic?
Fwyer
13
Sep 2, 2017
Hey! So I'm not sure if this voids warranty or anything but I fixed the "hiss" in the background.. I found this by first twisting the bottom of the microphone and pulling the body off to expose the PCB, then moved the switch to 0 off of the -10dB. I then lasty, set the microphones level to 95 in the properties. this makes the microphone louder and more responsive, also removed the hiss.. They should ship it out this way or allow an easier way to switch it..
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spas787
17
Sep 1, 2017
I want to buy a mic and i have seen that this module is very hit or miss. its either really good or broken. should i buy this as my first mic? or something cheaper and more stable in performance?
spas787
17
Oct 6, 2017
Yep, i think ill get the foucsrite scarlett bundle insted of a usb mic, as i also need new headphones.
Madmax692
0
Mar 23, 2018
Great mic, but open it up and flip the gain switch to -10.
Ryker
79
Aug 20, 2017
I was one of the original adopters of this microphone, and I absolutely cannot recommend it. I ended out purchasing a Yeti instead, and have been -far- happier with the quality. This thing is currently sitting in its case, under my bed, hoping for a day where... honestly, it was a significant waste of money.
I even sent it back to have it 'repaired', and never has it met the modest expectations I wanted from it.
JeremyB796
43
Oct 3, 2017
Yeah, unfortunately you get what you pay for and with CAD you'll still have to pay over $200 to get something good. I personally outgrew (?) usb mics and enjoy my sm7b and stuff.
I'm happy the yeti does the job for you! If you ever go XLR be prepared to fall into a deep rabbit hole of decisions lol.
TheIzzardKing
346
Jan 11, 2018
Hey I was looking at the sm7b-lc do you have any idea why thhis so much cheaper than the normal sm7b?
Jeaber
4
Jun 21, 2017
Threw it in the trash.
Maxwell_Edison
56
May 10, 2017
Ugh. This audiophile community is SO disappointing. USB version? Why not the XLR version? The microphone selection on this site is always super low, let alone USB versions. I like USB as much as the next guy, but I want that XLR for mixers and such.
MaverickMidori
14
May 12, 2017
Yep, Im waiting for some good XLR's to drop.
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