MIC WARS | Behringer B-2 Pro vs. Rode Procaster
MIC WARS! The Behringer B2 Pro vs the Rode Procaster! Large Diaphragm Condenser vs Large Diaphragm Dynamic microphone.
The Behringer B-2 Pro is a large diaphragm condenser microphone with a frequency response of 20Hz-20KHz. It is an XLR microphone, and requires phantom power.
The Rode Procaster is a large diaphragm broadcast quality dynamic microphone. It has a frequency response of 75Hz-18KHz. It is an XLR microphone, and does NOT require phantom power.
We will test these microphones on voice for applications such as podcasts, voice-over, YouTube videos, etc…
You will hear several samples from different distances. There are raw samples and processed samples. The processed samples use iZotope Nectar 2.
The Behringer B-2 Pro is a true large diaphragm condenser microphone, meaning you can really take advantage of the proximity effect to make your voice sound large and powerful.
The Behringer B-2 Pro has a frequency response of 20Hz-20KHz
The RODE Procaster Broadcast quality dynamic microphone is a high quality mic. This mic works very well for all kinds of voice work. Just make sure you have enough gain to drive it.
It has a frequency response of 75Hz-18KHz
Which of these microphones sound better to you?
Condenser microphone vs dynamic microphone… Let’s start…
The MIC WAR!
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