Behringer Ultravoice Xm8500 Dynamic Vocal Microphone, Cardioid

March 8, 2020 - Comment

BEHRINGER ULTRAVOICE XM8500 Dynamic Cardioid Vocal Microphone Dynamic vocal microphone with smooth mid-frequency presence rise for excellent voice projection Ultra-wide frequency response for brilliant and transparent sound Extremely high signal output lets your voice cut through Cardioid characteristic minimizes background noise and feedback Shock mount system to cut down handling noise Integrated spherical wind and

BEHRINGER ULTRAVOICE XM8500

Dynamic Cardioid Vocal Microphone

Dynamic vocal microphone with smooth mid-frequency presence rise for excellent voice projection Ultra-wide frequency response for brilliant and transparent sound Extremely high signal output lets your voice cut through Cardioid characteristic minimizes background noise and feedback Shock mount system to cut down handling noise Integrated spherical wind and pop noise filter Microphone stand adapter and impact-resistant carrying case included High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany

Few things are more essential to recording or live performance than dynamic microphones. BEHRINGER’s XM8500 has the crucial features and durability to come through for your sound again and again.

What is a Dynamic Microphone?

Dynamic mics have several advantages that make them ideal for live vocal applications and for recording amplified instruments. They’re robust, resistant to moisture and can achieve high gain before feedback. The XM8500’s cardioid pickup pattern captures the source signal, such as a guitar amplifier or vocalist, while shunning off-axis sound.

Why the XM8500?

The XM8500 provides an amazing frequency response of 50 Hz to 15 kHz, and includes a two-stage pop filter to minimize breath and pop noises. And with its tough metal construction and sturdy steel windscreen, you can count on it to come through after countless gigs and studio applications. We’ve even included a rugged hard case with a mic clip and stand adapter.

Value

Check out the XM8500 at your nearest BEHRINGER dealer and find out why these mics are becoming so common in practice spaces, bedrooms, professional studios and stages all over the globe. Compare them to the competition. We’re sure you’ll be impressed by the XM8500’s performance – and the amount of money you’ll save!

Product Features

  • Cardioid characteristic with excellent feedback suppression
  • Shock mount system reduces handling noise
  • Two-stage pop filter minimizes breath and pop noises
  • 50 Hz to 15 kHz frequency response
  • Sturdy, reliable metal construction and electromagnetic shielding.Sensitivity: -70dB
  • Note : This product does not come with a cord .

Comments

Anonymous says:

A great microphone in it’s own right. I was stupid enough to buy one of those Pyle-Pro PDMIC58 mics. It was about a dollar less than the Behringer and is worth about $20 less! It was horrible! The Behringer on the other hand is professional quality build and sound. I’ve used Shure SM58’s for over 25 years and I owned one for 15 years until it was stolen (yes, the Shure SM58 is a SUPERB mic), but, so is the Behringer! Wow! It is a little different tonally but sounds very, very good. At this price it is unbelievable. I am not a sound engineer but was a working musician for years and then set up a home studio to record. This mic could be priced the same as a Shure and still be a good deal. A little more handling noise is the only issue but I can live with that since I almost always have it on a mic stand. Go ahead and try to find another mic at this quality and sound for 3x the price, if you do let us know. UPDATE: 5/13/2016 My bandmates have all ordered these mics they are superb for male and female vocals. This is a steal…

Anonymous says:

The Real Deal Holyfield. A Knockout Product for Chump Change The Behringer XM8500 is an impressive entry-level or travel mic that I’ve found to be an incredible value. But it’s more than that. It isn’t just “good for the money.” It’s just “good.”How I Use Mics Like ThisI do several weekly teaching events, provide speaking all over, and am a podcaster. In my speaking, I use a number of mics on various sound systems. Anyone who speaks a lot knows that sound is crucial and the inconsistency of different rooms and audio-amplification products can make your sound quality vary widely from venue to venue. For this reason, you sometimes want to bring your own mics.But then there’s the podcasting angle. Sometimes you’re on location or traveling and want to have a mic on hand for recording of various types– podcast episodes, interviews, speaking, and so on. On those…

Anonymous says:

Wow Wow Wow! Wow Wow Wow! I have several Behringer products, and have been really pleased with them, but even after reading the reviews on this mic I couldn’t quite believe that it would be this good, but one of my SM58s was damaged (yes, it can happen) and I needed a replacement quickly, I decided to try this mic and let me say that it didn’t disappoint! I made 2 recordings, one with a SM58 mic and one with this and had several people listen to both using high-end studio headphones and they were all surprised at how well the recording with this $20 mic compared to that of the SM58, none could tell which was recorded with which mic.I’ll learn more about this mic as I use it more, but for $20 and a mic that performs this well and is this well made (it’s extremely sturdy and durable) how can I not give it 5 Stars?

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