A great all-around choice for vocals, voiceover, guitar cabs, percussion and more, this cardioid large-diaphragm condenser compares to mics twice the price!
Inspired by the classic Neumann U47 FET microphone, Audio-Technica designed the AT4047SV to give you that big, rich vintage sound -- on a home-studio budget.
A favorite of home studio artists on a budget, this small-diaphragm cardioid condenser comes with a shockmount, switchable low-frequency cut and -10 dB pad.
Start capturing vocals in your home studio with this fixed-cardioid large-diaphragm condenser microphone and included shock mount.
Switch between cardioid, omnidirectional, and figure-8 pickup patterns with the AT2050 microphone -- a multi-pattern version of the Audio-Technica AT2020.
Known for its accurate, open sound, this side-address large-diaphragm condenser handles up to 148 dB SPL -- great on guitar cabs, drum overheads, and more.
Record everything with this versatile, studio-quality multi-pattern microphone from Audio-Technica.
Dial in rich, warm tube sounds on vocals, drums and more. MXL's 2nd-gen flagship microphone, the Revelation II offers continuously variable pickup patterns.
With a tight pickup pattern, a frequency response tailored for spoken word, and an included swiveling shockmount, the MXL BCD-1 is perfect for broadcast VO.
A budget-friendly "first condenser" for home studios, PreSonus' M7 microphone is great for vocals and voiceover, and handles louder sources up to 134 dB SPL.
Home studio recording? Try the V67G large-diaphragm condenser microphone on vocals. MXL is known for delivering workhorse microphones at affordable prices.
With a 32mm cardioid condenser capsule and FET electronics, the MXL Revelation Mini FET is a smaller, more affordable version of MXL's Revelation tube mic.
Need a mic for live streaming? With a sleek black finish and glowing red LEDs, the MXL 990 Blaze large-diaphragm condenser microphone looks great on camera.