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  • Designed for Broadcast, Commercial Sound, Concert, House of Worship, Performance and Sports Venues
  • Variable-D pattern control; proximity control minimizes positional and off-axis tonal shifts
  • Integrated hum-bucking coil and integral pop filters provide virtually noiseless performance
  • Neodymium magnet creates higher output, faster transient response and greater high-frequency detail
  • Unique Dual Personality switch creates two mics in one Extremely durable build, fit and finish
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  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004TGIENQ
  • Item model number: F.01U.120.616
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,970 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 12, 2007

Product Description

The Electro Voice RE320 Dynamic Microphone is a professional quality mic designed specifically for recording and sound reinforcement applications requiring extremely low noise and the highest level of predictable tonal and transient response. Ideal for capturing voice and a wide variety of electric and acoustic instrument sources, the RE320 delivers unparalleled detail, dynamic content and natural tonal performance. RE320's unique Dual Personality switch creates two ideal microphones in one body. One switch position delivers voice, electric and acoustic instruments with a lively, yet natural tonal response, while the other switch position delivers an insta-kick curve designed specifically for kick drums. Electro Voice RE320 Dynamic Microphone Features Designed for Broadcast, Commercial Sound/Life Safety, Concert Sound, House of Worship, Performance and Sports Venues, Pro Music, Studio, and other applications Variable-D pattern control; proximity control minimizes positional and off-axis tonal shifts  Integrated hum-bucking coil and integral pop filters provide virtually noiseless performance  Neodymium magnet structure creates higher output with faster transient response and greater high-frequency detail  Unique Dual Personality switch creates two mics in one Extremely durable build, fit and finish

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Customer Reviews

The sound quality of this mic is incredible.
12milluz
Neutral, smooth-sounding mic best for cabinets, voice, brass, and kick drums.
Audioeye
Very much like an RE20, but brighter and hotter.
David Bucci

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By 12milluz on July 22, 2011
The RE320 looks very similar to its cousin, the broadcast industry standard, RE20 with the only major visual difference being the color. The RE320 is a black dynamic microphone geared for vocals and instruments. The mic has a metal construction and is quite heavy, but its sturdiness makes up for its weight. Its 45-18,000 Hz frequency response on its flat setting clearly shows how its aimed for vocals. The kick curve, which is activated flipping the switch, extends its response to 30 Hz and also EQs the mic for kick drums (duh) and also bass amps.

The sound quality of this mic is incredible. I found it to be silky smooth on vocals and guitar. It really sounds "radioy" and I really like it. It makes vocals sound good in every way they need to. On acoustic guitar, it sounded nice, albeit a bit "flat." I felt like the nuances a condenser mic would pick up were missing. It still sounded pretty good. On electric guitar amp, it sounded great. It handles high SPL well and is clear. I do not have a bass amp nor a kick drum to try it on, so I cannot comment on those uses.

The microphone came with a 3/8" clip adapter (for European mic stands), a nice zipper case with fitted foam cutout, and the spec sheet. I really enjoyed trying this mic out and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good vocal mic. Overall, this mic fills the need it was designed for well and it stands up to the reputation of EV and the RE20.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David Bucci on October 11, 2011
I own the RE20 also. I have a small recording studio that I use for podcasts and voiceover work. When I have more than myself in the studio for a podcast, I have been letting others use the RE20 and I've been using my VO condenser mic. I figured that a second RE would make me sound more "in line" with the person in the studio with me, so I elected to try the RE320. I also ordered a shockmount but the mic arrived first. Anxious to try it, I put it on the boom with the mount that comes standard with the RE's. Boy, did that make the mic pick up everything off of my desk! Once I got the external HD turned off, all was good and the mic sounded incredible. Very much like an RE20, but brighter and hotter. I had to tone down the gain on the 320 in order to match volumes to the 20.

I think, for the price, this is a great microphone, but it seems to be a slight bit more sensitive than the 20 due to the brighter range. ElectroVoice makes great equipment anyway, and this is well worth a good look at.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Klaas on March 17, 2013
I've worked in broadcasting nearly 40 years. The last 25 years we've had EV RE-20 mics in the studios. I've loved them. Then I needed a mic for my home studio for voice over and audiobooks. All the experts say you GOTTA HAVE A CONDENSER MIC. Well, I had a condenser mic for about 7 months. It's now back at the factory for warranty work. So, based on my experience with the RE-20, I purhased an RE-320 and a Cloud Lifter preamp to take its place. I'm pretty sure, with the results I'm getting with this DYNAMIC mic RE-320, that the condenser mic will be relegated to backup duty if/when I get it back. The RE-320 has great response and is well suited to my voice. The RE-320 sounds more natural for my studio. I couldn't be happier with this mic.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By r_kwon on February 2, 2015
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The ElectroVoice RE320 is the younger brother of the industry standard RE20 and I was really hoping to be able to avoid paying the extra dough for the RE20, but alas, that was not the case. I eventually returned the RE320 and now I am using the RE20. The RE320 was returned for the following reason:

It made my voice sound bright and kind of muffled. The RE20 just sounds so much more natural, realistic, and warm. If you're looking at this review, you might be considering the RE320 or the RE20, but I would say to go for the RE20. I feel that the RE20 will probably work with most voices whereas the RE320 will maybe work for a select few. If the RE20 is currently not within your budget, save up for it instead of the RE320, you'll be glad you did.

In terms of build quality, I have had no issues with the build quality of the mic. It is built very solidly and like a tank, like most ElectroVoice products are. The all black metal finish looks fantastic, much better than the RE20.

Look, this review is based solely on my experience so I'm not saying that the RE320 is terrible, but that it just didn't work for me, and looking subjectively, the RE20 is probably more versatile.

Hope this review helps anyone looking to get an RE320.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steven Gillson on December 30, 2014
I've been using the EV RE320 for my live, weekly internet radio show for about 2 years now, every Friday evening. While I really like this mic, it's just not an RE20. The RE20 has a smoothness and warmth that is, as far as I'm concerned, unmatched for broadcast duty. The RE320, on the other hand, I believe would be much better suited to singing vocals, especially female or higher-register male vocals, or even acoustic guitar. It is a hotter mic than the RE20, and is much more articulate. I have the De-esser cranked on my dbx 286s for this reason. That being said, this is still an exceptional mic for the money, especially useful for podcasting when $300 is the upper-end of your budget. This mic has the clarity of a condenser, without the problems that condensers bring. There is virtually no proximity effect, and room noise is rejected quite well. Off-axis response is exactly what you would expect from EV's Variable-D pattern. When I finally get an RE20, the 320 will be used for my show guests.
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