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Behringer microphone reviews

My name is Terry White and I am a guitarist/musician and have been for a little over 20 years, and have been a member here at Rockhouse for several years now.

The music business can be expensive, very expensive and if there is a less expensive way to get something accomplished I research everything I can to find it.

If there is a topic or a product that you may want more information about please feel free to ask, post some of your own suggestions. If I don't have the answer for you I am sure that someone here will have. This is a never ending education for us all.

This is one of those reviews that’s really pretty simple but at the same time I really am not sure where to start so I am just going to start at the time that the microphone arrived.

I was shipped a pair of Behringer XM8500 microphones and the first thing I noticed when I opened the package was the fact that Behringer packs these microphones in a small very hard, and well cushioned plastic carrying case. Nothing large or bulky, just big enough to hold a single microphone along with a microphone clip. There is a small latch at the top that holds the case securely closed and it is cushioned well enough to be dropped from arm’s length without any damage. How do I know this, well I dropped it while it was in the case several times and it still works just fine.

(Please do not do this to your own if you have one, I only did this so that I could say for sure that in the case that you might accidently drop one while it’s in the storage case there is a really good chance that there will be no damage at all)

Once I opened the case and took the mic out I immediately noticed that it was much better constructed than I had thought it would have been for its price. It is constructed of very heavy and durable metal that you normally find only on microphones costing much more.

You know the kind of low end construction you normally get for a low price, we have all gone out to a local electronics or value store (not going to mention any names here) and bought the cheapest mic that we could find simply because we did not have enough money to buy a better one, and they are usually constructed mostly of plastic, and last only a few months and sound like your singing into a tin can, and still had to pay about $30.00 for it.

Those days are over.


Behringer has done it once again; I’m shocked I really am. For the price of those old cheap microphones I just mentioned you can now get a high quality professional microphone that can stand up to being dragged from one show to another over and over and still work and sound great.

I have read anecdotal reports

by BlastroKnow

About using condoms for microphone protection but it does just seem like part of the freq range is going to be impeded. It certainly would be easy enough {especially if you have 2 of those things since you are talking blumlein} to set both mics up one sheathed and one not and record some white noise and look for any frequency suppression with spectral analysis.
And blumlein at the beach brings up 2 logistic questions - how are you powering those things? and blumlein takes some tricky stand work to get configured so extra stand parts to haul and a flat solid place to actually set them up.

Behringer Behringer 302USB XENYX Audio Mixer with Samson R11 Mic, MC12-15 15' Mic Cable, On Stage Desktop Stand
Musical Instruments (Behringer)
  • 2-Track input assignable to Headphone or Main Mix output
  • At approximately 4 long and 5 wide, the XENYX 302USB respects your desk space
  • Included Traction 4 software features audio recording, editing and podcasting plus 150 instrument/effect plug-ins and ultra-low latency driver downloadable
  • Ideal for a small home studio and the on-the-go recording
  • Includes: Samson R11 Handheld Dynamic Cardiod Pick-up Pattern Microphone, MC12-15 15 Foot Proffesional Mic Cable, On Stage Adjustable Desktop Stand

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Behringer Behringer 302USB XENYX 2-Channel Compact Mixer with Samson R11 Hypercardioid Mic - Ideal for Travel
Musical Instruments (Behringer)
  • 2-Track input assignable to Headphone or Main Mix output
  • At approximately 4 long and 5 wide, the XENYX 302USB respects your desk space
  • Included Traction 4 software features audio recording, editing and podcasting plus 150 instrument/effect plug-ins and ultra-low latency driver downloadable
  • Ideal for a small home studio and the on-the-go recording
  • Includes: Samson R11 Handheld Dynamic Cardiod Pick-up Pattern Microphone

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