The easiest way to get a great-sounding recording is to get it right at the source — that‘s where the sE Electronics DynaCaster comes in. This studio-worthy dynamic microphone offers the outstanding sound quality that sE‘s V Series is known for while upping the ante with an in-line Dynamite-style active preamp. You also get a 3-layer pop filter to safeguard against distracting plosives, plus tone-shaping switches for dialing in your preferred sonic character. While it‘s tailor-made for vocals, the DynaCaster sounds just as great on guitar cabs and drums. With the DynaCaster and your audio interface, you‘ll be able to achieve the sound you hear in your head right from the get-go.
The most convenient method to get a great-sounding recording is to get it right at the source– that’s where the sE Electronics DynaCaster comes in. With the DynaCaster and your audio user interface, you’ll be able to achieve the sound you listen to in your head right from the beginning.
Today I examine a brand-new budget plan program dynamic mic, the sE Electronics DCM 3 and DCM 6. The DCM 3 is rather equivalent to various other $100 “broadcast” characteristics, but the DCM6 has a constructed in mic activator that makes it louder than a condenser!
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Today I review a new budget broadcast dynamic mic, the sE Electronics DCM 3 and DCM 6. The DCM 3 is pretty comparable to other $100 “broadcast” dynamics, but the DCM6 has a built in mic activator which makes it louder than a condenser!
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Interface: Focusrite 18i20 2nd Gen
Boosted in Post: 3dB
Sample Rate: 48kHz
00:00 – Intro / Price / Disclaimer
00:22 – Setup
00:56 – What’s in the Box
01:23 – Build Quality / Walkthrough
02:05 – Specifications
02:46 – Polar Pattern Test (Tone / Rotation)
03:06 – Plosive Test
03:18 – Distance Test / Proximity Effect Test
03:47 – Background Noise Test
04:11 – Untreated Room Test
04:32 – Shock Rejection Test
04:48 – Mic Resonance Tap Test
05:03 – Foam Windscreen Tone Test
05:42 – Intro to Comparison
06:09 – Behringer XM8500 Comparison
06:28 – Shure SM58 Comparison
06:47 – sE Electronics V7 Comparison
07:11 – sE Electronics DCM3 Comparison
07:30 – Rode Pod Mic Comparison
07:50 – Elgato Wave DX Comparison
08:15 – Audio Technica AT2040 Comparison
08:38 – Presonus PD-70 Comparison
09:08 – MXL BCD-1 Comparison
09:35 – Shure MV7x Comparison
10:08 – sE Electronics Dynacaster Comparison
10:46 – Electro Voice RE320 Comparison
11:14 – Logitech Blue Sona Comparison
11:42 – Shure SM7b Comparison
12:13 – Electro Voice RE20 Comparison
12:39 – Neumann U87 Ai Comparison
13:26 – Music Test
14:58 – Pros & Cons
15:47 – Overall Thoughts & Opinions
18:28 – Recommendation
20:10 – Outro
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Yes, another fine production of Vintage electronics Basic Training, Air Force style! Lets follow Fred’s step by step procedure and isolate the fault resulting in a dead Fender Blackface twin! The Defcon level is medium risk. The amp has been assigned a Broken Arrow by Fink. Watch and follow along as we troubleshoot and reveal the culprit. This video is part of a series to teach a common approach to repairing old electronics items, This time a Fender Twin tube guitar amp. Let me know if you enjoy this format and more shall follow. Remember, tell your friends, Subscribe and if you wish–https://www.patreon.com/dlab_electronics
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Stroll thru of the Kalamazoo Ham & antique Hamfest. Great deals of great antique radios & ham equipment. Not numerous purchasers. So, a great event if you were wanting to purchase, yet not so great for the vendors. I snagged a very nice Heathkit CW doubles terminal. Had one concerning 40 years back, while based at Vandenberg AFB, CA. Missed them, yet can never find one more clean operational collection. These worked best, plug & play. I intend to utilize them mostly on 40 meter band, 7.115 Mhz. Look for n6tlu calling CQ. Great deals of individuals going to obtain in front of the electronic camera this time around. I handed out 12 Hammared Ham glasses. Wished to do something various this time around. Everyone was pleasant. A terrific radio get-together. I would very recommend it if you have a possibility to go to a Hamfest. An excellent way to be presented to the leisure activity. We require new members! Hey everybody, Check out this video clip of the very same event! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmnBMns–KU
Walk thru of the Kalamazoo Ham & antique Hamfest. Lots of great antique radios & ham gear. Unfortunately, not many buyers. So, a great event if you were looking to buy, but not so good for the sellers. I snagged a super nice Heathkit CW twins station. Had one about 40 years ago, while stationed at Vandenberg AFB, CA. Missed them, but could never locate another clean operational set. These worked perfect, plug & play. I plan to use them primarily on 40 meter band, 7.115Mhz. Look for n6tlu calling CQ. Lots of people willing to get in front of the camera this time. I handed out 12 Hammared Ham glasses. Wanted to do something different this time. Everyone was friendly. A great radio social event. If you have a chance to attend a Hamfest, I would highly recommend it. A good way to be introduced to the hobby. We need new blood! Hey everyone, Check out this video of the same event! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmnBMns–KU