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Stereo Pair- Small D? or Large D?
Old 5th June 2003
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Stereo Pair- Small D? or Large D?

Hey guys-

Real quick I have a budget of about 500-700 bucks and looking to get a stereo pair of either s/d or l/d mics.

I need both to have omni and cardiod applications at least. I've been looking at oktavas, studio projects c4's, and thinking of maybe a cheaper stereo pair of L/D condensers.

Not sure which way to go with this.
Here's what I have so far:
(2) 421's
(4) 57's
(2) 58's
(2) Rode nt5
(1) U87
(1) Akg Tube
(1) Senn 602
(1) D112
(1) Re20
a few other random unknowns I've found over the years also.

Any suggestions on what I might want to look into as mentioned above?

I probably should've just got a matched pair of 87's when i was splurging in the beginning,,,,,,,but thats in the past,,lol

Any comments are appreciated, thanks in advance

-dano
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