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#1 2012-11-26 19:36:30

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Electro-Voice N/D767a and the little talked about N/D967

I'm on the hunt for a live microphone different from my Shure Beta 58, that will suit my voice better. I am the lead vocalist in a mostly old school heavy/thrash metal band. We play fairly loud and to top it off, we rent rehearsal space by the hour and change locations almost every time we practice. This means the actual PA setup, room configuration, amps, drums setup are always different and knowing where are the feedback hotspots can be a nightmare.

I've heard a lot of good about EV's N/D767a and I have to say it suits my voice good enough but there's almost no actual reviewing of the N/D967. I know I'd have to listen for myself and all but I could really use more detailed opinions on this microphone if anyone has actual experiene with it.

I love that it seems to be a less traditional mike, with its short capsule. I know it's a high gain before feedback mic. But past that, it seems people brush it off fairly quickly while they rave about the N/D767a but I never completely understood why. For starters, I have read conflicting reports on whether it's got a hot output.

I'm very curious if the N/D967 is as sharp as the N/D767a. I'M also curious about live applications and whether you can play with proximity through mic control during a performance and get good effect for harsher vocals or if it's a one trick pony you must use at an equal distance all the time.

Anyone with some experience on this mic care to share, please?

Thanks inadvance!


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