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Aston Origin review

UK experts Aston are creating increasing waves in the audio community with a small range of boutique microphones. Today we’ll look at the Aston Origin, which is the cheapest mic in the company’s range at $246.51 USD (€255, £216.21). The Origin is UK-made cardioid large diaphragm [...]

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Behringer C1 Studio Condenser Microphone Review

The Behringer C1 is a “large-diaphragm” condenser microphone suitable for both live and studio applications. At $49.99 it’s very affordable and would be the first step into the world of home recording for many people. It’s a transformer-less FET mic with a cardioid [...]

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Rode NT1A Microphone Review

The Rode NT1A is a large diaphragm condenser microphone which was designed and made in Australia. The original Rode NT1 was released in 1991. The company released the NT1A model in 2003, and have continued to manufacture it since. The NT1A looks fairly similar to the original NT1, although [...]

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Audio-Technica AT2035 Review

The Audio-Technica AT2035 is often cited as one of the best affordable large diaphragm condensers (LDCs) on the market. Audio-Technica released the AT2035 alongside the AT2050, which features multiple pickup patterns. Both mics were inspired by the budget AT2020. The AT2035 features a [...]

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