Samson C02 Condenser Pair Reviews 4

Samson C02 Condenser Pair

This mic has a huge low end and major proximity effect, which may mean rolling off some of those lows further down the chain. It's thick and rich with the included Sovtek 6922 glowing inside, and while there isn't much top, it's there and quite usable. Softer transients. It will work on some vocals primarily, but you can also try it in front o... [read more on Audiofanzine]

yoTrakkz rated this unit 4 on 2011-10-31.

No let's be clear. Nothing beats a pair of $700 shure mics for overheads in the studio. Nobody is debating that. I'm not going to write this review and tell you that a pair of Samson cheapo mics for a little over a hundred bucks can compete with a pair of mics over five times the price. But am I about to bring my $1000 set of matches condens... [read more on Audiofanzine]

James... rated this unit 5 on 2011-10-13.

Overall, the Samson Audio C02s are a good option for home studio owners looking for a dirt cheap pair of small diaphragm condensers. While these definitely don't have the best sound quality out there, for a small home studio or project studio these will work fine for applications that require small diaphragm condenser like acoustic guitar or dr... [read more on Audiofanzine]

moosers rated this unit 4 on 2009-11-09.

These mics were the first stereo mics I got, and also the first small diaphragm pencil condenser mics. They are very cheap at less than $150 for the pair, and the goodies that come with them make the package a really great value. I thought they sounded amazing at first because I was new to condenser mics, but looking back on it now I think tha... [read more on Audiofanzine]

victormelamade rated this unit 4 on 2008-10-19.

You will NOT beat them for the price! [read more on Audiofanzine]

Colby H. rated this unit 5 on 2005-03-01.

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