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Electro-Voice RE320
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Description

The RE320 is a professional quality dynamic microphone designed specifically for recording and sound reinforcement applications requiring extremely low noise and the highest level of predictable tonal and transient response. Ideal for capturing vocal and instrument sources, the RE320 delivers unparalleled detail, dynamic content, and natural tone.

Variable D is Electro-Voice's exclusive solution to the tonal changes associated with the proximity effect found in other directional microphones. Providing balanced and uniform frequency response up to 180° off-axis, the result is always stable and linear tonal performance — even when the sound source is moving around the mic. Ideal for capturing the critical details of voice, amplified, and acoustic instruments, Variable-D capsules deliver impeccably smooth and natural tone on virtually any sound source.

Utilizing the same humbucking coil technology found in the RE20 and RE27N/D to arrest electro magnetic field interference introduced by sources close "to the microphone", the RE320 produces an ultra-quiet signal path free from the hum and buzz found in other dynamic microphones.

The RE320 incorporates a two-position "Dual Personality" frequency response switch which allows engagement of two vastly different performance curves.

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New Electro Voice RE320

Didn't see this on here anywhere... Looks cool, with a switch setting tailored for kick drum. Around $300 street. WATCH OUT BELOW!!! Electro-Voice RE-320 Premium Dynamic Microphone

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10 Best Microphones Under $300 for Recording Vocals in 2022

...choice and a great all-around mic that will deliver very good results anywhere. The RE320 continues the legacy of the legendary RE20, one of the top recommendations when it comes to capturing vocals and a true industry standard. The RE320 is a dynamic mic with a cardioid pickup pattern, featuring a very recognizable steel body...

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Why still the SM57?

...out to find the 'ultimate 57 killer'. I acquired a ton of different dynamic mics - i5, 441, n/d 308/408/468, RE320, RE27N/D, 635a, RE50, M101, M201, M69N(C) and PR20 just to name a few. I've sold them all and almost always reach for a 57 for the usual sources today. While some fancier mics...

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