Topic: GuitarJack Model 2 Recommended Microphones
While GuitarJack Model 2 does not come with a microphone, it will work with any un-powered dynamic microphone, eg. Shure SM-57, SM-58, EV RE-20, Sennheiser MD-421, etc. An XLR to 1/4" cable or adapter will be required. A low-Z to hi-Z impedance adapter is NOT required.
GuitarJack Model 2 does NOT provide phantom power, but it can be used with mono or stereo battery powered condenser microphones.
Sonoma Wire Works has tested GuitarJack Model 2 with the following battery powered condenser mics:
Rode NT4 ($899 MSRP) - stereo XY condenser microphone with two externally biased 1/2 capsules with gold sputtered diaphragms. Phantom power or 9V battery operation. Doug Wright, Sonoma Wire Works' CEO, uses the Rode NT4.
AKG C1000S ($399 MSRP) - cardioid condenser microphone, great for mobile recording or live sound. Phantom or battery power.
Sony ECM719 ($89.99 MSRP) - one point stereo microphone.
Sony ECMMS907 ($99.99 MSRP) - one-point MS stereo electret condensor mic with adjustable pickup angle.
The following battery powered condenser mics have not been tested with GuitarJack, but should work:
Audio-Technica AT8022 ($499 MSRP) - stereo condenser microphone with an XY capsule configuration. Powered by battery or phantom power.
Shure VP88 ($950 MSRP) - single-point stereo condenser mic with 3-way switchable stereo width control.
Let's hear your recommendations of mics you have used with GuitarJack Model 2.
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