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Reviews Summary for CAD GXL 2000 Studio Condenser Microphone
CAD GXL 2000 Studio Condenser Microphone Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $99.00
Description: The GXL2200 is a large diameter, fixed cardioid pattern, condenser microphone. High sensitivity and low distortion make this microphone an ideal candidate for recording, broadcast, sound reinforcement including vocal and instrument applications. The capsule in the GXL2200 features a 1 in. gold vapor deposited diaphragm.Generating Element: Externally-Biased True Condenser
Polar Pattern: Unidirectional (Cardioid)
Frequency Response: 30 Hz - 20 kHz
Sensitivity: -53dB 0dB=1V/uBar @ 1 kHz
Impedance: Less than 200 ohms
Equivalent Noise Level: Less than 20dB (A-weighted)
Power: 48 Volts Phantom Power
Connector: 3-pin XLR type
Phasing: Positive diaphragm pressure produces a positive voltage on pin 2 with respect to pin 3.
Product is in production.
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N2QQF Rating: 5/5 Jan 7, 2008 08:06 Send this review to a friend
Great Mic  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
This Microphone is great especially for the price even though I overpaid about $30.00 for mine at Guitar Center. This microphone retails for about $69.00 online at most reputable online stores. This microphone is great for the money it canít be beat, great sound and very good looks. The response foe the microphone is great especially for those with a deep voice. The microphone tends to bring out the clarity and frequency response that is lacking in deeper lower frequency voices. The brilliance is certainly there and for the money I certainly do not regret my purchase.

You will not get the sound of a PR-40 or electro Voice RE-20, RE27 but this microphone is a completely different microphone than those are. Again if you are looking for a cheaper microphone that doesnít sound like one this is the microphone for you. Not only does it sound good but it has some density and weight to it and it looks real nice. It also comes with an included shock mount which again looks real nice. So, if you want to spend more money $350-$600 than go for the above mentioned PR-40 or RE-20/27 but in this price range, this microphone canít be beat.

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