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MXL V67G Large Capsule Condenser Microphone

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  • Large 32mm pressure gradient condenser capsule
  • Gold-sputtered, 6 micron density diaphragm
  • Solid state preamp balanced transformer output
  • MXL-57 isolation shock mount available
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MXL V67G Large Capsule Condenser Microphone + Nady MPF-6 6-Inch Clamp On Microphone Pop Filter + On Stage Stands MS7701B Tripod Boom Microphone Stand
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.7 x 4.3 x 3.8 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000JRPYGE
  • Item model number: MXLV67G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (122 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,243 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The MXL V67G brings an old school mellow tone to vocals. This solid-state microphone gives every note a rich and velvety sound. You’ll get outstanding vocals that stand out over the rest of the tracks, with no EQ needed. The V67G comes through with killer vocals even in front of a busy mix and has great stage appeal with a gold-plated round grill and distinctive, vintage body. The MXL V67G Large Capsule Condenser Microphone includes a MXL MT-001 Hard Mount Mic Stand Adapter.

Specifications

Type Pressure gradient condenser mic
Diaphragm 6 micron gold-sputtered
Capsule Size 32mm/1.26in.
Frequency Response 30Hz - 20kHz
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Sensitivity 15 mV/Pa
Impedance 200 ohms
Output Transformer-balanced
Equivalent Noise 20 dB (A-weighted IEC 268-4)
S/N Ratio 74 dB (Ref. 1 PA A-weighted)
Max SPL for .5% THD: 130 dB
Power Requirements Phantom Power 48V (+/- 4V)
Size 47 mm x 184 mm/1.85 in. x 7.24 in.
Weight 1.3 lbs/589.67g
Metal Finish Green with gold grill
MXL V67G Frequency Curve and Polar Pattern

Product Description

"Old school tube mellow" is often used to describe the sound of the MXL V67G Large Capsule Condenser Microphone. Designed mainly for vocals, the V67G combines Class A FET circuitry and a transformer-coupled output for an open and pure sound. The V67G comes through with killer vocals even in front of a busy mix and has great stage appeal with a gold-plated round grill and distinctive, vintage body. You'll be amazed by the sound this cleverly-designed microphone provides and pleasantly pleased with the price.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The mic sounded very promising -- crisp and clear.
Chrisdy
I record acoustic guitar and vocals through this mic and they sound wonderful.
Pat
I intend to get as much out of this mic as I can, has a good sound.
Seth Ryan Fisher

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

54 of 58 people found the following review helpful By R. Jackson on July 19, 2010
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This mic is fantastic! I've been singing, writing, and recording for almost 30 years and this mic is pretty much just as good as all of the silly expensive German mics I've used in larger studios over the years. There's a very slight presence peak, but nothing like most of the other Chinese mics. It isn't shrilling or peaky at all. Male tenor vocals and acoustic guitar sound great without any need for EQ whatsoever beyond a hi pass filter for the sub 100hz stuff. This mic is also an excellent candidate for a Michael Joly mod, he calls it one of the 7 audio wonders of the world because it makes no sense that this mic is this good at under $200. Michael mods these mics and you'd be hard pressed to be able to tell the difference between this one and the famous U87 with the German name that starts with an "N". I'm using it totally stock and it's been great. Buy it.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Warren Webber on November 12, 2012
I have been a recording engineer for 18 years and have used just about every mic out there. Most large diaphragm condensers either color the sound significantly, break up easily with high SPLs and low frequencies, or cost an arm and a leg. For years I used a U87, which costs about 40 times what this mic does. When I opened my own studio 2 years ago with a tight budget, I listened to a variety of mics and decided to get a pair of V67Gs. It has always performed well for me, whether on voice-over, vocals, or acoustic instruments. I have matched it in with recordings from a U87 and it holds up just fine, it's just a little brighter than the German mic (which can sound dull IMO).

I now could afford to get a more expensive mic but I really don't need to. I work with a variety of clients all over the country and have only gotten compliments about the sound of the microphone. Most of the time people don't say anything about it because it is so transparent that they assume it's a high priced mic.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Gleason on May 4, 2010
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I'm not an expert in my home studio by any means, but the MXL V67G microphone delivered what it said it would - transparent, warm, clear duplication of sound. Just keep in mind that it's a large diaphragm condenser so it picks up EVERYTHING. If you don't have a space where you have eliminated ambient noise or excessive reverb in the room you might want to go with another mic - maybe something along the lines of a Shure SM7B that is directional and doesn't pick up as much ambient sound.

I'd buy this mic again. It might not be as nice as mics costing hundreds or thousands more, but compared side by side, I'm not sure that a novice like me with a home studio would even be able to make use of something more expensive - it would be money wasted.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ian M. Mcclintock on June 14, 2011
I am not a studio engineer, nor am I a professional musician. I record songs in my home as a hobby. I like to have reasonably nice gear in order to get as good a sound as possible in that setting, so if you're at or around the same level, you know what I'm talking about. Will this compare to a mic that costs three times as much? No. Are you likely to find it in a high-end professional studio? Eh...probably not. Is it a pretty sweet deal at this price point? Hells yes.

I've worked my way up in terms of mic quality as my hobby has gotten progressively more serious, and this is the nicest mic I own right now. The difference in quality between this and even a nice dynamic mic is immediately obvious. I use it for recording vocals, and my voice (again, not a pro!) is finicky to record, usually sounding pretty muddy. Even with nicer dynamic mics usually used for vocals (SM57 and 58) this was still the case. But with this mic, my voice sounds much more clear and open.

Admittedly, this is a very subjective evaluation, but then aren't all mic evaluations subjective? You can go on all day about response range and EQ flatness, but what matters in the end is how the mic sounds in your application. And to my ears, this mic sounds wonderful.

My only real gripe is that the sensitivity pattern doesn't seem to be a super-tight cardioid, because it still picks up some sound coming from behind it. Perhaps this is how it's supposed to be, but when trying to record both vocals and a loud electric guitar simultaneously, it can be a headache trying to jury-rig an isolation method that works. I took off a star for this alone, although that may not be fair since I haven't used any other large-diaphragm condensers and therefore have no idea if they're all supposed to behave this way.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By AC in DC on August 23, 2013
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My setup:
1 HP Laptop with i5 processor
1 Focusrite Scarlett 2i2
1 JVC over the ears headphone
1 SM58
1 SM57
1 e945
1 MXL V67G (the latest addition to my setup as of yesterday)
Audacity

The MXL V67G is the first condenser microphone I have owned or used. It is very sensitive as it picks up the smallest sound - if you heard it the mic probably picked it up too. It picks up every nuance of your voice without you having to struggle to be heard. I used it without a pop filter and I sang from about a foot away. Didn't hear any issues with pop. I did read that the pop filter is to prevent moisture (i.e your spit) from corroding the mics internals. I tried it in my bedroom, in the bathroom, and in the shower (large space, small space, tiny space) and it reproduced the dynamics of each room quite accurately.

I am very pleased with this microphone. It is the cheapest mic I own and it is the only one that I feel reproduces my voice accurately. Granted that it cannot be used like the other three dynamic microphones - but it captures the full range easily where for the other three I have to be practically swallowing the microphone to be heard. For under $80, this mic is a bargain!

It comes very plainly packed in a white box lined with black sponge. A very basic holder is included which will allow you to mount it gold side down (is there a right side up?) if you so desire. The microphone looks every bit as classic in real life as it does on the web. It has a solid heft to it, but I suspect that the screen won't hold up to much abuse - I don't intent to try out how much it can handle. The box also contains a felt lined pouch to carry the microphone.
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