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Difference between SE Electronics SE2000 and SE2000A

Discussion in 'Backline' started by maroon_hate, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. maroon_hate

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    According to the website it says that the a has 'a' low cut filter but in the pictures it looks like they both do?

    http://www.seelectronics.com/sE2000.html

    http://www.seelectronics.com/sE2200a.html

    I own an SE Electronics X1 and it's probably one of my better purchases mic-wise I've actually used it for everything prettymuch. It sounds crisp and clear on vocals (including screaming) and it does justice acoustic guitars. I recorded a shitty ancient nylon string acoustic with it and sounded taaasty, I've even used it as a room mic and centre OH for drums and really surprisingly it sounded pretty good on that too. The bundle I got came with their metal pop shield (which was crap I put some old tights over it) and their reflection filter which has been really really useful for vox. The 2000/a sounds like it would be awesome and from what I know of SE definate value for money.

    Hope this has helped out a bit.
     
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    Se x1 is not a good microphone. Just what you would expect from a cheap condenser. Go for a sm7b which can be with you for life.
     
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    Thanks for your suggestions! I think i'll buy the Sm7b!

    I also want clearer/better DI's than with only my Presonus Firepod.
    Should I buy a good DI box or a Mic/Instr. Preamp like the M Audio DMP3 for Guitar and Mic?
     
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