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#1 2012-11-25 20:52:37

cabork
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Audio Technica AE3300 vs. AE5400?

Just wondered if anyone had tried the AE3300 from Audio Technica Artist Elite series.  It is a condenser mic, seems similar to the AE5400 in spec, although the 5400 has a wider frequency range.

Any thoughts?

Chris

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#2 2013-05-27 01:05:52

buzzardwhiskey
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Re: Audio Technica AE3300 vs. AE5400?

I like the AE3300 quite a lot. It's easy to use and easy to get right with what I do (acoustic guitar and vocals). It's broad enough to share when two back-up singers use one mic, or turn down and almost eat the capsule.

Some folks say it's a little brittle or icy. Maybe.

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