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Studio Projects C1

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Ron.G, Apr 25, 2003.

  1. Ron.G

    Ron.G Active Member

    Just wondering what you guy's think of the SP C1?
    Is it all I hear it is?
    Or is it just another "ok" 200 dollar mic.

    I'm new here and have not seen any reviews or talk about them. I have seen articals compairing it to some very high end mics,like the U87.

    What do you think?
     
  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    Mine makes me :D
     
  3. HiString

    HiString Guest

    Great value mic.

    Disregard those comparisons to U87's etc.,......I have had a C1 set up along side a U87, AKG414[TL II] and a few other mics, (did this 18 months ago to satisfy my curiousity), and I can honestly say that the C1 will more than hold it's own, but like any mic.....they all have their own individual flavour or colouring which is not always right for a given situation.

    :)
     
  4. Ron.G

    Ron.G Active Member

    Thanks for the info.
    I have a Cad E-200 but it doesn't have that crispness that I'm looking for.
    It's a good mic, but it seems to lack somewhat on the top end.
     
  5. Brianonymous

    Brianonymous Guest

    Got one, love it. I use it as my primary vocal mic.
     
  6. groovestix

    groovestix Guest

    I have a pair of them. They're wonderfully crisp on the high end, not brittle, more airy. I've used them for some vocals, percussion, even acoustic guitar. A great investment!

    Martin
     
  7. Tonato17

    Tonato17 Active Member

    Hi! i am wondering to buy a mic to record a demo in my house using electric guitars, piano, bass, piano and vocals...I have around 200 dollars and was recomended to buy a C1 by studio projects... i don't know how to explain it, but i like the sounding with body, ''deep'', very full and not only brigthly without lows
    is this mic ok??
    thanks from now...hope for your answer
     
  8. mikE@THECAVE

    mikE@THECAVE Guest

    tonato is sounds like your looking more for the B1 or T3
    Yes The C1 is great and with a class A pre alot better
    The C1 is briter than the T3 tube and i think Kurt had the right mic for you B1 .I think thats a tube but cheeper than the T3.
     
  9. mikE@THECAVE

    mikE@THECAVE Guest

    ok i got it figured out now.why dont you check out that SP TB1 thats the one with the tube.Talk to Alan Hyatt he will get you in the right mic.
     

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