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Ok, up front want you to know I'm not an audio engineer, just the guy that ended up volunteering for a void. Self-taught on our sound system over the past 6 months.
We have a small praise team for our contemporary service, no live band, just 6 singers at most.
We seem to have a collection of mics, I've been experimenting with them all over the past few months. I'd like to use 2 mics (3 singers on each).
I have one Audix ADX51 mic. I get very good results from this one at the distance the singers will be from it, and it is my mic of choice from our small inventory.
I don't know how to interpret mic specifications. Could someone recommend equivalent mics in other brands? The ADX51 is a little pricey for our budget (uh.... what budget). The mics will be stand mounted.
Thanks in advance for any help.
We have a few of the ADX51's as well and love them. For the price, they are very good little condenser mics. Since we got ours, we have used them for nearly everything - choir, small group vocals, guitars, drum overheads, distance mics for plays, piano, orchestra overheads, and so on.
I don't really know of any comparable mics that cost less. I would highly recommend that you save up and get another one if that is the type of mic that you need. Since you have one, you would be best served by simply getting another one (or two or however many you need). If you are able to find an equivalent mic that is less expensive, you'll likely wind up spending more than the cost of one ADX51 to get two of the lesser quality mics.
If buying new is too expensive, you might get lucky and be able to find a good deal on a used one on ebay or an audio store that sells used equipment.
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