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Re: MKH20 v MKH8020

Postby Wonks » Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:44 am

It's easy to do!
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Re: MKH20 v MKH8020

Postby John Willett » Sun Sep 15, 2019 9:17 am

Arpangel wrote:
Sorry Wonks, got caught up in an interesting thread and missed the date! And thought maybe John had a slip,of a finger, no disrespect, if anyone should know about these mic's it's John.

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No problem - I do have both the MKH 20 and MKH 8020 in my mic. kit, but have never compared them side by side. I have not used them for a while as I use the Gefell M221 mainly now.

The 8020 is my go-to piano mic. when I have to record a live concert and the mics have to be invisible as possible as I have them on a stereo bar on the matching Sennheiser tube stand.
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