SE Electronic Mic 2200a

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Nick1790, May 4, 2005.

  1. Nick1790

    Nick1790 Guest

    SE Electronic Mic 2200a how does this mic compare to other vocal mics? Does it compete with a TLM103 or are they in two different classes. I'm currently using a Audio Tecnica AT3035 but I'm looking for something alot better for vocals but can't afford too much. $500 MAX, any suggestion?

  2. bobbo

    bobbo Active Member

    Dec 11, 2004

    mics are subjective, some mics are good on different sources and voices, I am pretty sure that company allows you to try there mic out before you buy it so you should try it on what you are going to mainly use it on.

    the end
  3. Fishybob

    Fishybob Guest

    I's always say to spend as much as you can and get the best equipment that your budget can handle. The SE is a great mic for the price but I think for your budget you can do better... I'm a huge fan of Rode mics, maybe NTK if you can!

    I've used a few and they have a really rich warm sound to them (again for the price... people with $5000 mics will sneer but who cares!)

    Get to the shops and demo until you find the one you like most.
  4. Jeemy

    Jeemy Well-Known Member

    Sep 19, 2003
    I think I got this mic, or the 3200. I recorded a few things on it A/Bing against a Rode NT1A and the Rode beat it hands down, but then I went for the K2 and sold the NT1A.

    I sent it back, it didn't seem like I would ever use it. After which I heard great things about their Z5600, ICiS and Gemini mics. I think you might need to spend money with SE to get value, otherwise they'd be getting mentioned here a whole lot more...

    In that price range I have heard great things about the NT2 I think it is, the new 05 version, and the Red5 tube mcs, but I have tried neither.
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