|Give your best performance with confidence and rock your audience with the AKG Perception 200 microphone. With 20 - 20000 Hz frequency response, this AKG condensers microphone delivers crisp and clear sound at any volume. This AKG cable microphone features switchable 10dB pre attenuation pad, letting you adjust the sound level as per your convenience. With 145 dBm Effective Output Level, the sound delivery of this AKG condensers microphone is detailed and loud. The rugged metal housing of this AKG cable microphone makes it durable and reliable for studio recording as well as live performances. Get the AKG Perception 200 microphone and deliver a ground breaking performance.|
|Professional Compatibility||Performance, Recording|
|Effective Output Level||145 dBm|
|Frequency Response||20 - 20000 Hz|
|Plug Type||XLR 3 Pin|
Average review score based on 20 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
If you are looking for a inexpensive way to get started with your recording studio then the AKG Perception 200 Professional is for you. Although I have only had this Mic a short time I am already experiencing the high quality return. I am sure there are other Mics out there for many hundreds of dollars more but if you just starting out in Voice Over work as I am or plan on getting that garage band together again, pick up one of these as a starter. You won't be dissapointed.
The SM57 of studio side address microphones. I own 4 of these mic's and use them in my mobile recording unit as a utility mic as one might use the standard Shure SM57. The AKG Perception 200 is a very good mic. GaryButlerprosound.com
This is the perfect entry level mic. I recommend this for any home studio enthusiast.A decent mic pre really enhances the sound. I love the freq. response and it just seems to sound very natural.
For my first real studio mic, I'm very pleased. This is where they get the term, "more bang for your buck." I played my Martin into it with one (Sony MDR V-6) headphone on and one off, balancing the volume between my natural ear and the signal coming from the headphone and there was virtually no difference in tone quality. I use it straight into my computer for vocals and acoustic guitar with little or no post production eq. Until I have a couple of grand to blow, this will serve me well and may well be duplicated in my studio a couple of times.
Had a friend that had one and used it on some gigs. Really liked how stable it was for a condenser mic when doing live sound. For the price it's a good deal.