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Old 19th February 2010 , 01:49 PM
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Was just pondering picking up a pair of Beyer M160s http://www.dv247.com/microphones/bey...crophone--8659 and noticed it's described as being 'particularly sympathetic with vocals'. While I'd agree if you were talking about the M260 or M500 I'd say that's a bit of a stretch for the M160. And while I fully understand there is some poetic licence on sales patter, when a mic is as awesome as the M160 (on guitars/OHs/horns etc) it seems a bit silly to big it up for something it doesn't do particularly well. Feel free to delete this post. I'm just sayin...
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