Simply put, whether you are recording your vocals, or recording your best rendition of Jimi Hendrix, the MXL V67G Large Capsule Condenser Microphone will be one of the best microphones you ever record on.
It has a FET preamp and transformer balanced output which gives you an open, and vintage sound. I had a singer come into the home recording studio and work the MXL, and her vocals sounded extremely smooth. The double screen, round grill will do that, because it helps deliver an even frequency response.
Let’s take a look at some of the MXL V67G’s main features:
Large 32mm pressure gradient condenser capsule
Gold-sputtered, 6 micron density diaphragm
Solid state preamp balanced transformer output
MXL-57 isolation shock mount available
You will really be hard pressed to find somebody who doesn’t like the MXL, especially because of how powerful it is. For the price, it blows out a lot of studio microphones out of the water, and rightfully so.
It delivers in quality, and in price. Another pleasant feature is the sturdiness of the actual microphone, due to its large pressure gradient condenser capsule. Having went through a dozen condenser microphones myself, this one is built to last.
For those who are into recording rap songs, the MXL V67G is superb at picking up all the words uttered, because of the preamp balanced transformer output that’s built inside of it. This is a really great feature, and adding a solid pop filter into the mix, should give producers the vocal clarity they need for the mix down. The price of this condenser mic will also impress a lot of people, considering the capabilities it possesses.
Whether you have a home recording studio, or just need a condenser microphone for your online broadcasts, the MXL V67G is a great bang for your buck. It has a large pressure gradient condenser capsule, a preamp balanced transformer, that gives vocals an open and vintage sound. You really can’t go wrong with this one.
Until next time, keep on recording!