• MXL Mics 770 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
  • MXL Mics 770 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
  • MXL Mics 770 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
  • MXL Mics 770 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
  • MXL Mics 770 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
MXL Mics 770 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
MXL Mics 770 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
MXL Mics 770 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
MXL Mics 770 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
MXL Mics 770 Cardioid Condenser Microphone

MXL Mics 770 Cardioid Condenser Microphone

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  • Multi-purpose condenser microphone
  • Excellent for vocals, pianos, stringed instruments, and percussion
  • Balanced bass response with high end clarity
  • Low frequency roll-off to reduce unwanted rumble
  • Low noise FET preamp with balanced, transformerless output
  • Patented design

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Great product for the money!!! Be advised, you'll need phantom power! I did my research and discovered this particular condenser mic, among others, as a great option for beginners. I've done SEVERAL musical and podcast recordings with it, and I'm super impressed with the way this baby performs. I would HIGHLY suggest that you hop on YouTube, with a quality pair of headphones, and listen to DIFFERENT users review this mic, though. After making a list of a possible candidates, I listened very carefully to how each one of them performed with different voices. For my needs, it was between this mic and an AT2020. I admit I was trying to save the extra $20, but I feel that it was definitely the right choice for me in the end. Be advised, if you are new to condenser mics, they do need 48v of phantom power. You do have to pair this little soup can sized beauty with a preamp if you actually want to get any sound out of it. I personally chose the Saramonic SmartRig+ 2-channel XLR/3.5mm mixer to get the job done. These two items pair ridiculously well together, just FYI. Especially if you want a great mobile rig, as this mixer will allow you to use your MXL 770 with virtually any smartphone or tablet. The iRig Pre is another great option if you only need to record one channel at a time. Hope this helps! 5GREAT budget condenser mic (I use with Zoom H4N recorder) to get high quality vocal, piano, guitar and ukulele recordings!! I have been using a Zoom H4N audio recorder for years and finally decided it was time for me to add a real mic to make the most of it. I'm not technically a professional recording engineer or musician but I do a lot of recording and audio editing. I sing in a local ensemble and produce very high quality YouTube videos for them as well. A large part of making professional YouTube videos is having good equipment. In addition, I sing and play the guitar and sometimes have need to record practice files for myself for memorization, record things for an audition or just record for fun! So far this mic has exceeded the expectations I had for it for the price!This is a really great mic that comes with a nice little accessories bundle including the shock mount, a nice hard case for both and some great resources and manuals to learn how to use it and get the most out of it. I found those to be very helpful and easy to read!At the end of the day though, the sound quality is really, really good, especially for what you pay! I'm really glad I took a chance on this. It will make you sound great if you're well prepared but don't think it's going to do you any studio magic favors. If you don't know your music or sing/play flat, that's exactly what this will record, haha! No, it does not come with software to edit what you record. I didn't expect it to but some people seem to be wondering about that.Here's how I use it and what I bought to go with it:- Audio 2000 3ft mic cable from H&F technologies- Samson MK 10 mic boom stand- Zoom H4N audio recorder (which I already had)If you're using a Zoom H4N here's what you need to do to connect it:- Plug your mic cable into input 1 and press input 1 (both 1 and 2 will light up but that's ok)- Provide phantom power to the mic by entering the menu options, scrolling to and selecting "Input" and then scrolling to and selecting "Phantom Power". This mic takes 48 so select that when asked if you want 24 or 48.- Enable both left and right channels (you have to do this if you want to hear what you record in both the left and right ears of a pair of headphones) by going back to the menu options and selecting "Input" and scroll to and select "Mono Mix" and turn it on.Ready to record and enjoy! I just record to an SD card on my Zoom H4N and pop that into my PC. I do the actual editing using Adobe Audition software which I like a lot.I hope this helps someone else who is looking for a solid mic to get good vocal, guitar, piano or ukulele (those are just the instruments I play) recordings on a budget or someone who is trying to connect a condenser mic to a Zoom H4N recorder! For the record I did NOT get this mic for free or at a discount. I paid full price for it. 5Absolutely The Top Mic Choice for Bedroom/Home Studio This is the 3rd budget condenser microphone I have used for my home studio setup. I would say it is the most affordable but the best. The other two I have used is the AT2020 (USB) and the MXL V67G. I've used this for vocal and acoustic guitar and for both usages it responded very very well.The mic has a bass roll-off and a -10dB pad switch which are both very useful. The bass roll-off is useful for reducing proximity effects as the manual suggests. I personally have used it when recording vocal and the popfilter is still not enough to cut out the pop effect. The -10dB pad is useful when there are unwanted noises in the background. Since my studio headphone isn't the best at isolation, the mic frequently picks up the music from the headphone and the -10dB cut comes in handy here.Overall, as everyone suggested, this mic is one of the most valuable entry-level options (Especially with the price drop, used to be 99 bucks). It comes with a shock mount and a carrying case as many photos showed. The shock mount is super easy to use (See vid). All you do is pinch it and slide the mic right in. For this price, the sound you get out of it is unbeatable. I've purchased a pop filter separately that attaches right on top. What I like about the mic the most is how professional it looks ;) and it's very well-constructed.HIGHLY suggested for all users who are looking for entry-level mic in the <100USD budget. 5Amazing warm toned mic of awesomeness! I use this microphone for a podcast as well as a youtube channel and it fits my deeper voice very well. It has a rich and warm tone that I used to need to do a lot of equalization to get back when I used my old NW700. This blows that one out of the water. I would suggest getting a pop filter or windscreen when buying this as well to block out plosives and help reduce a bit of background noise. 5Excellent Mic for Home Studio Vocals I'm not a professional vocalist by any means, but I've been a DJ for several years. I decided to start doing some of my own vocals samples and this microphone really worked out well. For reference, I record in my own home. I haven't had any issues with it picking up too much ambient or outside noise. You do need a stand with an anti-vibration mount, otherwise it can pic up movements. I also got a screen filter as well. So with all that, I simply record into Audacity, then edit the audio in FL Studio where I add effects and put it into my mixes before sharing online. This does need additional or phantom power. I plug this into my Focusrite 2i2 interface, which has a 48v phantom power switch. And it works very nicely. 5I'm totally amazed! I needed to make online sound bytes for my solo act, and paying for studio time was getting old. I had Cakewalk software, and on a shoestring budget I looked for a deal in a condenser mic.Number one feature for me - low frequency roll off - this mic has it. So I took a chance. It paid off. I'm no recording engineer, but ME running my own EQ for my own particular voice, I get better results with this mic than an experienced engineer with a $3200.00 Neumann mic. They always seem to have a different idea than me about what my voice should sound like. One Neumann U 87 could hypothetically record a whole symphony orchestra - you don't "need" a Neumann to record a single human voice!!I have only recorded vocals so far and I am ecstatic! I plan to record my congas and am certain I will be thrilled with the results. To be honest, I am totally surprised at how good it is for the price. 5Great for VO starter studios! I cannot recommend this mic enough! I made a mistake NOT buying this mic first- when I first started VO, I went with the sub $30 mics that litter Amazon....total garbage! I WISH I HAD BOUGHT THIS MIC FIRST!This mic is tremendous for VO! It compares to other mics that cost more than 4 times the price! The noise floor is respectable, I can easily hit below -65 dB with a speaking volume of -3dB peaks, and that's with an average studio and cheap pre-amp! The sound is full and requires little EQ, unless you are going for proximity effect, which this will provide if you're looking for it. 5My first microphone of this type - and I LOVE it! I purchased this recently to do some voice-overs for a video production I'm working on. I've only been doing video for a few years now (pro photography for more than 30) and this was the first project that I needed voice-overs. I wanted it done right, with no outside sounds (echos, etc.), and with clean tones. After reading the great reviews, I decided to go with this model. I'm so glad I did.You can see in my images how I set everything up. I purchased a "Monoprice Microphone Isolation Shield" and an "Aokeo Pop Filter Mask Shield," both from Amazon too, to make it all work. I found that closing the isolation shield's doors all the way until just before touching the pop shield worked best.I plugged the mic into my Zoom H5 recorder, which provided the proper Phantom power for the mic to function. I can tell you the audio was crisp, clean, and nice warm deep tones (for my male actor). If you're looking to save some money to create a portable "sound studio," look no further than these three items! 5Value is high high high This mic is not bleeding edge, it's value - and wow it delivers. This mic is about 85% of what mic's are that cost literally 20x as much money, the packaging is fantastic, mic is fantastic. I just got it and did some testing and am blown away by it. I think the value here is in the extreme and I highly recommend it. 5The Ultimate For Acoustic Guitar If you're like me, you will come to the conclusion that piezo pickups / transducer pickups, are not going to capture the true natural sound of your acoustic instrument the way you want. Condenser microphone is the only solution. And this particular model is overwhelmingly good. We've heard the rule on mic placement. 12 inches away, at the 12th fret. Heck, any placement, any angle sounds great with this condenser mic. Not everyone whistles along with their songs like I do, but you can turn your head to the right, to the left, and still, the mic captures the sound with natural clarity. Use caution with low-budget mic stands, as it can be top-heavy with this mic. I may play it safe by keeping the stand set perpendicular from the floor. Phantom Power: a whole new concept for me. I am able to get the needed power from one of two sources...48v on a mixer. Or 24v on my guitar amp. Even with 24 volts...the MXL 770 microphone seems to operate just fine. 5
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Great product for the money!!! Be advised, you'll need phantom power! I did my research and discovered this particular condenser mic, among others, as a great option for beginners. I've done SEVERAL musical and podcast recordings with it, and I'm super impressed with the way this baby performs. I would HIGHLY suggest that you hop on YouTube, with a quality pair of headphones, and listen to DIFFERENT users review this mic, though. After making a list of a possible candidates, I listened very carefully to how each one of them performed with different voices. For my needs, it was between this mic and an AT2020. I admit I was trying to save the extra $20, but I feel that it was definitely the right choice for me in the end. Be advised, if you are new to condenser mics, they do need 48v of phantom power. You do have to pair this little soup can sized beauty with a preamp if you actually want to get any sound out of it. I personally chose the Saramonic SmartRig+ 2-channel XLR/3.5mm mixer to get the job done. These two items pair ridiculously well together, just FYI. Especially if you want a great mobile rig, as this mixer will allow you to use your MXL 770 with virtually any smartphone or tablet. The iRig Pre is another great option if you only need to record one channel at a time. Hope this helps! 5GREAT budget condenser mic (I use with Zoom H4N recorder) to get high quality vocal, piano, guitar and ukulele recordings!! I have been using a Zoom H4N audio recorder for years and finally decided it was time for me to add a real mic to make the most of it. I'm not technically a professional recording engineer or musician but I do a lot of recording and audio editing. I sing in a local ensemble and produce very high quality YouTube videos for them as well. A large part of making professional YouTube videos is having good equipment. In addition, I sing and play the guitar and sometimes have need to record practice files for myself for memorization, record things for an audition or just record for fun! So far this mic has exceeded the expectations I had for it for the price!This is a really great mic that comes with a nice little accessories bundle including the shock mount, a nice hard case for both and some great resources and manuals to learn how to use it and get the most out of it. I found those to be very helpful and easy to read!At the end of the day though, the sound quality is really, really good, especially for what you pay! I'm really glad I took a chance on this. It will make you sound great if you're well prepared but don't think it's going to do you any studio magic favors. If you don't know your music or sing/play flat, that's exactly what this will record, haha! No, it does not come with software to edit what you record. I didn't expect it to but some people seem to be wondering about that.Here's how I use it and what I bought to go with it:- Audio 2000 3ft mic cable from H&F technologies- Samson MK 10 mic boom stand- Zoom H4N audio recorder (which I already had)If you're using a Zoom H4N here's what you need to do to connect it:- Plug your mic cable into input 1 and press input 1 (both 1 and 2 will light up but that's ok)- Provide phantom power to the mic by entering the menu options, scrolling to and selecting "Input" and then scrolling to and selecting "Phantom Power". This mic takes 48 so select that when asked if you want 24 or 48.- Enable both left and right channels (you have to do this if you want to hear what you record in both the left and right ears of a pair of headphones) by going back to the menu options and selecting "Input" and scroll to and select "Mono Mix" and turn it on.Ready to record and enjoy! I just record to an SD card on my Zoom H4N and pop that into my PC. I do the actual editing using Adobe Audition software which I like a lot.I hope this helps someone else who is looking for a solid mic to get good vocal, guitar, piano or ukulele (those are just the instruments I play) recordings on a budget or someone who is trying to connect a condenser mic to a Zoom H4N recorder! For the record I did NOT get this mic for free or at a discount. I paid full price for it. 5Absolutely The Top Mic Choice for Bedroom/Home Studio This is the 3rd budget condenser microphone I have used for my home studio setup. I would say it is the most affordable but the best. The other two I have used is the AT2020 (USB) and the MXL V67G. I've used this for vocal and acoustic guitar and for both usages it responded very very well.The mic has a bass roll-off and a -10dB pad switch which are both very useful. The bass roll-off is useful for reducing proximity effects as the manual suggests. I personally have used it when recording vocal and the popfilter is still not enough to cut out the pop effect. The -10dB pad is useful when there are unwanted noises in the background. Since my studio headphone isn't the best at isolation, the mic frequently picks up the music from the headphone and the -10dB cut comes in handy here.Overall, as everyone suggested, this mic is one of the most valuable entry-level options (Especially with the price drop, used to be 99 bucks). It comes with a shock mount and a carrying case as many photos showed. The shock mount is super easy to use (See vid). All you do is pinch it and slide the mic right in. For this price, the sound you get out of it is unbeatable. I've purchased a pop filter separately that attaches right on top. What I like about the mic the most is how professional it looks ;) and it's very well-constructed.HIGHLY suggested for all users who are looking for entry-level mic in the <100USD budget. 5Amazing warm toned mic of awesomeness! I use this microphone for a podcast as well as a youtube channel and it fits my deeper voice very well. It has a rich and warm tone that I used to need to do a lot of equalization to get back when I used my old NW700. This blows that one out of the water. I would suggest getting a pop filter or windscreen when buying this as well to block out plosives and help reduce a bit of background noise. 5Excellent Mic for Home Studio Vocals I'm not a professional vocalist by any means, but I've been a DJ for several years. I decided to start doing some of my own vocals samples and this microphone really worked out well. For reference, I record in my own home. I haven't had any issues with it picking up too much ambient or outside noise. You do need a stand with an anti-vibration mount, otherwise it can pic up movements. I also got a screen filter as well. So with all that, I simply record into Audacity, then edit the audio in FL Studio where I add effects and put it into my mixes before sharing online. This does need additional or phantom power. I plug this into my Focusrite 2i2 interface, which has a 48v phantom power switch. And it works very nicely. 5I'm totally amazed! I needed to make online sound bytes for my solo act, and paying for studio time was getting old. I had Cakewalk software, and on a shoestring budget I looked for a deal in a condenser mic.Number one feature for me - low frequency roll off - this mic has it. So I took a chance. It paid off. I'm no recording engineer, but ME running my own EQ for my own particular voice, I get better results with this mic than an experienced engineer with a $3200.00 Neumann mic. They always seem to have a different idea than me about what my voice should sound like. One Neumann U 87 could hypothetically record a whole symphony orchestra - you don't "need" a Neumann to record a single human voice!!I have only recorded vocals so far and I am ecstatic! I plan to record my congas and am certain I will be thrilled with the results. To be honest, I am totally surprised at how good it is for the price. 5Great for VO starter studios! I cannot recommend this mic enough! I made a mistake NOT buying this mic first- when I first started VO, I went with the sub $30 mics that litter Amazon....total garbage! I WISH I HAD BOUGHT THIS MIC FIRST!This mic is tremendous for VO! It compares to other mics that cost more than 4 times the price! The noise floor is respectable, I can easily hit below -65 dB with a speaking volume of -3dB peaks, and that's with an average studio and cheap pre-amp! The sound is full and requires little EQ, unless you are going for proximity effect, which this will provide if you're looking for it. 5My first microphone of this type - and I LOVE it! I purchased this recently to do some voice-overs for a video production I'm working on. I've only been doing video for a few years now (pro photography for more than 30) and this was the first project that I needed voice-overs. I wanted it done right, with no outside sounds (echos, etc.), and with clean tones. After reading the great reviews, I decided to go with this model. I'm so glad I did.You can see in my images how I set everything up. I purchased a "Monoprice Microphone Isolation Shield" and an "Aokeo Pop Filter Mask Shield," both from Amazon too, to make it all work. I found that closing the isolation shield's doors all the way until just before touching the pop shield worked best.I plugged the mic into my Zoom H5 recorder, which provided the proper Phantom power for the mic to function. I can tell you the audio was crisp, clean, and nice warm deep tones (for my male actor). If you're looking to save some money to create a portable "sound studio," look no further than these three items! 5Value is high high high This mic is not bleeding edge, it's value - and wow it delivers. This mic is about 85% of what mic's are that cost literally 20x as much money, the packaging is fantastic, mic is fantastic. I just got it and did some testing and am blown away by it. I think the value here is in the extreme and I highly recommend it. 5The Ultimate For Acoustic Guitar If you're like me, you will come to the conclusion that piezo pickups / transducer pickups, are not going to capture the true natural sound of your acoustic instrument the way you want. Condenser microphone is the only solution. And this particular model is overwhelmingly good. We've heard the rule on mic placement. 12 inches away, at the 12th fret. Heck, any placement, any angle sounds great with this condenser mic. Not everyone whistles along with their songs like I do, but you can turn your head to the right, to the left, and still, the mic captures the sound with natural clarity. Use caution with low-budget mic stands, as it can be top-heavy with this mic. I may play it safe by keeping the stand set perpendicular from the floor. Phantom Power: a whole new concept for me. I am able to get the needed power from one of two sources...48v on a mixer. Or 24v on my guitar amp. Even with 24 volts...the MXL 770 microphone seems to operate just fine. 5
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