MK319 or Marshall MXL V67G???

Discussion in 'Audio Help & Tips' started by Xpurt n1, Jul 21, 2003.

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  1. Xpurt n1

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  2. KhanDST

    KhanDST New Member

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    mk319 didnt we talk b4 haha
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  3. DJX

    DJX iTs GraVy BaBy

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    WEll i have the mk 319 with a Behringer ub1202 board and a audigy soundcard...and this is 2 shits for you to peep as far as the quality i got from it....

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    Id say go with the mk cause it gets the job done...hacnt really heard the marshall but i can vouch for the oktava

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  4. KhanDST

    KhanDST New Member

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    hell yeah i got da mk and i use an m-audio duo preamp its usb so i dont gotta worry bout a soundcard its al digital quality
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  5. mic1tharula

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    mk handz down of tha two.
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  6. VerbalMercenary

    VerbalMercenary New Member

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    i got a mxl 2001 like a week ago i think it is a pretty good mic never used a mk 319 before but that is the original one i was going to get but musucuansfriend was out of stock with it i like the mxl 2001
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  7. KhanDST

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    yeah da mk319 is discontinued i should run into guitar center and see if they got any more
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  8. mic1tharula

    mic1tharula 790 verbal

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    i have a marshall condenser...but i would personally avoid them in the future, just because they don't have much of a reputation for quality.
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  9. homershines

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    The Oktava is a good mic. The only problem that I've heard about them is that the company is very iffy about being consistent. They don't even use the same parts in all of the same mics. So, a friend's mic will sound different from yours. Marshall/MXL has been much more consistent. That's really the only major difference. With the Oktava, you are taking a double risk. With the MXL you are taking a single risk.

    Peace and good luck.
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