Behringer ULTRAVOICE XM8500 Reviews
What I liked most about it had to be the tailored frequency reduction to help out in situations where there is a lot of noise. What I mean by that string of words is the XM8500 will output less feedback than the SM58. Lets not beat around the bush, this is a copy of the SM58. sM58 xM8500. They also look almost identical, minus the black grill fo... [read more on Audiofanzine]sacchetta rated this unit on 2014-10-16.
Using it on instruments is great if you are using a brighter instrument like an alto sax, it will give you a fluid like sound that sounds very smooth while getting rid of other sounds that may be going on around you. For a live microphone you need those attributes in order for the mic to function properly. On vocals it sounds just as good live,... [read more on Audiofanzine]mrjason rated this unit on 2012-12-29.
It's NOT an SM58, but believe it or not, there would be times to choose it over the venerable standard. I personally need a more trebly, hot, and airy microphone because I'm a power-oriented baritone, but I would not hesitate to hand this to an overly wispy singer. The truth is though, the SM58 will probably always work. There are a few thing... [read more on Audiofanzine]Kierkes rated this unit on 2011-06-26.
Amazing value for money (I got it for the price of a basic karaoke mic). You really feel as if you would have a real mic in your hands: no feedback. Of course, a Shure or Sennheiser sound much better... But it's the perfect mic for beginners. If you're a beginner, don't hesitate to buy it for vocals. I haven't used it for recording appl... [read more on Audiofanzine]Audiofanzine FR rated this unit on 2010-12-30.
I completely, fullheartedly recommend this product to any vocalist whether you are lead or back-up. [read more on Audiofanzine]David rated this unit on 2008-01-27.
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