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Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1986
We gathered together five different types of microphone from the current Shure product range and gave them to sound engineer Dave Lockwood to test. Read his report in this issue.
Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1987
Want to know how the electret principle functions? Or the difference between pressure and pressure-gradient microphones? Then read the review, as recording engineer Gareth Stuart field tests the most recent additions to the famous Beyer range.
Review | The Mix, Oct 1994
Beyer DT159 & DT329
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Dec 1983
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Apr 1984
Fender P1, D1 & M1.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1983
Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Oct 1984
A PZM Mic for under £20. Sound value?
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Nov 1983
Amcron, Milab and Sennheiser ‘pressure zone’ mics.
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Mar 1984
Review | International Musician, Aug 1986
Curtis Schwartz gets expansive with some Shure condensers
Review | International Musician, Jan 1986
A new range gets a polish from Jimbo's moustache
Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1993
Review | Recording Musician, Oct 1992
Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1986
Ramsa's Miniature Condenser Microphones
Ramsa may not be a familiar name in the pro microphone world just yet, but engineer Dave Lockwood reckons they will be judging by their latest range of miniature electrets which includes both a headset and a mic that can handle an SPL of 158dB!
Review | Recording Musician, Aug 1992
AKG, Beyer, Sennheiser Back-Electret Microphones
Three top name, back-electret mics that turn in a professional performance at a semi-pro price, rounded up by Paul White.
Review | International Musician, Nov 1986
Can you hear him at the back? Phil Walsh sounds off about TOA's new VFM mikes
Review | Recording Musician, May 1993
Shure Beta Green
Rumour has it that the BG prefix on this complete new range from Shure stands for Bloody Good. Our reviewer thinks so.