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EV RE320 Variable-D Dynamic Vocal and Instrument Microphone
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- Variable-D pattern control minimizes positional and off-axis tonal shifts Integrated hum bucking coil and integral pop filters provide virtually noiseless performance Unique dual-voicing switch selects from two response curves
- Case Material Metal Connector Type 3-pin XLRDiameter (Max) 49.2 mm (1.94")Element Dynamic N/Dym Magnet Structure Finish Semi gloss black Frequency Response 30 - 18,000 Hz (kick curve), 45 - 18,000 Hz (generic curve)
- Impedance, Low-Z balanced 150 Mic Type Instrument/Vocal Open Circuit Voltage 2.5 mV/Pascal Polar Pattern Cardioid Power Requirement None
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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.
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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It runs very HOT! So you'll want clean pre-amping as to get a clean signal, but this is an amazing mic for the price.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS MIC!!!!! It is all that they say it is. I think it outshines the RE20 in looks and dynamic sound performance (just my personal opinion). Read morePublished 16 days ago by Tyrone K Sullivan
This is one of the better mics i have ever used. Very good for the price.Published 3 months ago by jay
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. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Steven Gillson
Neutral, smooth-sounding mic best for cabinets, voice, brass, and kick drums.
Very accurate in reproducing acoustic instrument transients (4khz & 9khz). Read more
I recently had the opportunity to experiment with the Electro-Voice RE320 & am impressed by its flexibility. Read morePublished 24 months ago by A. Lansky
Had a condenser mic previously and this crushes my last mic this is clean easy to use and has muti setting great cardiod starter mice for sophmore level vocalists like myself makes... Read morePublished on July 19, 2014 by Darryl Coleman II
Beautifully clean and neutral. Using it for voice over work. Outstanding sound!!Published on July 10, 2014 by Brian Nadeau
Updated: 25 June 2014
After receiving a replacement order for a `new in the box' RE320 I have since revised my review based on the product itself rather than my poor... Read more