06-21-2012, 08:27 PM
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Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Silicon Valley CA, Storm Lake IA
I think that the MXL mics - and the MXL 990 mic in particular - have proved their metal. They are fine mics and work exceptionally well for Amateur radio as well as CB
and home recording. Their low cost doesn't mean you get substandard performance. I have a couple of them; an MXL V-88 and a MXL V-69 ME. For this recording I used the V-69 ME. I didn't run any processing gear as yet, just the V-69 ME mic and a mic preamp made by Behringer. I am
about to put the Behringer DEQ and the Ultrafex Pro inline soon.
BASE: Kenwood TS-2000, GAP Titan DX, Diamond X50A, Sirio SY27-4, and IMAX 2000.
MOBILE: Galaxy DX99V w/RF Limited CR-577 mic, Sirio Z-180. Yaesu FT-8800R & Diamond NR-770.
Last edited by Robb; 06-22-2012 at 01:35 AM.