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Telefunken M81 | Universal Dynamic Cardioid Microphone
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- Type: Dynamic Moving Coil
- Capsule: N/A
- Frequency Range: 30Hz / 18kHz
- Polar Pattern: Cardioid
- Impedance: 200 ohms
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The M81 builds off of the same features of the M80 that have made it so popular; minimal proximity effect, superior feedback rejection, and an articulate mid-range. However, with the M81 the top end is pulled back a bit, yielding a flatter overall frequency response. The result is a microphone that not only complements the M80, but also stands on its own in a universe filled with dynamic microphones. The TELEFUNKEN M81 exhibits a wealth of body and clarity, making it a great tool for fattening up percussion, horns, and any thinner sounding sources. The controlled high frequency response is ideal for taming brighter vocals and guitar tones without sacrificing detail.
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I did choose the Telefunken m81 based on the specs since there where not many reviews of it. The microphone delivered on all the areas I wanted to solve and now the sound of the voice is fantastic, cuts easy over a congested mix, no feedback, not muddy at all just clear and loud voices. It is a transparent musical microphone, doesn't add a character of its own, it just make the source to sound naturally and louder, that as an engineer, is what I was looking for. I did liked so much that ordered the wireless capsule version and used it with a Shure digital wireless system so I could keep all the benefits of the wired version. As an added bonus, I tried on guitar amps with stellar results, I am not risking it as a snare mic yet since is so good on vocals to mess it up with an out of control drummer.
The price of this mic is good, is more than the usual price for a vocal mic but the sound of it is the sound of the high end mics that are in another league. I am looking to get the m80 so I can experiment with "a little bit more of highs" Telefunken is talking about.
M81 sounds as good as those $700 mics. Very nice and clear lower range, the difference I can hear. The only mic that I liked just a tiny bit more is KMS 105.
The singers without deep low range or those who demand edgier sound (boosted high-mid range) will probably prefer Shure or Sehn $700 mics.