Anyone tried these for Overhead mics?

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I haven’t used these so no clue. If I were looking for overheads I’d be checking these out.

 

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I have them and I'm happy with the result. And the people I'm doing remote projects with like the sound. I think I found some on Reverb for about $100 with cables and clips.
 

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Check out Line Audio CM4’s from Sweden. He makes them himself, they’re affordable and few steps above most mics in the $500 range while being much less expensive than those. There will be a wait time, though.

Very high quality and great communication with the builder.
 

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I use the Behringer C2. $50 for a pair and they sound amazing.
 

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Check out Line Audio CM4’s from Sweden. He makes them himself, they’re affordable and few steps above most mics in the $500 range while being much less expensive than those. There will be a wait time, though.

Very high quality and great communication with the builder.

The Line Audio mics are great. I was using them as overheads for a while, replaced with some Warm Audio WA-84s and while they have a different and appealing sound, it feels like a lateral move(for way more money). The Line Audios are a little clearer, more defined; less warm & fuzzy. Beautiful mics.
 


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