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List Price: $399.00
Our Price: $299.95
FEA Savings: $99.05

Availability: Usually Ships in 24 Hours
Product Code: 1805

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MXL V69M Tube Microphone Details
Musicians, artists, and bloggers agree - the V69 (Mogami Edition) is the standard of excellence for tube condenser microphones. Tested against mics costing barrels more, the V69 continues to impress with its rich midrange, punchy forward character, and mix-ready vocals. Providing a winning combination of both crispness and warmth, the V69 is a must-have tool for the professional and home studio environment.

MXL V69M Tube Features
  • Vocal mic that gives singers a warm, rich sound
  • 12AT7 dual-triode tube that delivers vintage tone
  • Transformerless design that gives a crisp high end
  • Ideal microphone for hip-hop and hard rock
  • Mogami cable and wiring for exceptional audio fidelity

MXL V69M Tube Microphone Includes
  • High-Isolation Shockmount
  • Mogami 7-pin Cable
  • Hard Mount Mic Stand Adapter
  • Windscreen
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Dedicated power supply
  • Aluminum flight case
  • Mogami XLR Microphone Cable

Average Customer Review 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 | Write a review!

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MXL V69M Review March 18, 2012
Reviewer: Ben from Medford Lakes, NJ United States  
The V69 is a pretty bright mic, but the overall tone is warm with a smooth top end.  I'm thinking the tube rounds the edginess off a bit.  I was debating selling it because I hate setting up the external power supply and extra mic cable. However, I compared it to some of my other mics and it is definitely a character sound worth keeping in my mic locker.  IMO, it has a nicer sound than the Rode NTK and it is cheaper.  The Rode was a little shrill to me.  My favorite sax mic to record on is a U67, and I'm not comparing the two, but for the money it is definitely worth getting one for a home or project studio.

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