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Behringer Condenser Microphones

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Not many microphone makers have a motto as down-to-earth as Behringer's: "Double the features at half the price." That's the philosophy they've had since 1989, when Uli Behringer founded the company with the goal of making high-end pro audio gear accessible on any budget. Today, Behringer condenser microphones are still living up to that mantra. If you've been looking for a mic that delivers world-class performance without doing a number on your wallet, then you've come to the right place to find it. And with the range of options there are here to choose from, it's safe to say that you can find a good fit no matter what your recording needs happen to be. The condenser mic is one of the most versatile types of microphone, and you can use these for everything from vocals to instrument recording. Take a look at the Behringer C-1 and C-3 Condenser Mics for two great examples: their performance makes them some of the best-selling models here. Another popular choice is the B-1 Large-Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser Mic, which even comes with a starter kit including a shockmount, windscreen and carrying case. Are you interested in a microphone that's in a class all its own? In that case, maybe a tube mic is the way to go. It's no secret that vacuum tubes give guitar amps an incredibly smooth and rich character, and the same goes for microphones. The Behringer T-1 Tube Condenser Mic and T-47 Tube Condenser Mic each have a hand-selected 12ZX7 tube to deliver truly impressive tone. But maybe your needs are more technical - if you're looking for a measurement mic to fine-tune settings and alignment in your sound system, Behringer has a top-rated option in the ECM8000 Microphone. Although every mic in this section is a condenser microphone, there's still a huge amount of variety. You can take on virtually any miking task with the versatility of cardioid condenser mics, turn up the artistry a little with a tube mic or perfect your speaker setup with a measurement mic - whatever's waiting for you, Behringer condenser microphones are more than up for it. All you have to do is choose the right one for the job.