[bct] Re: Church Audio Mics

  • From: Keith Watson <Kwatson@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 26 May 2006 07:57:42 -0400


If you email the guy he will send you a sample of the different 
mics. Well at least that is what he says on the webpage.

On 04:40 AM, Steve Matzura wrote:
> Hi, Alan:
> On Thu, 25 May 2006 15:29:26 -0400, you wrote:
> >I have a question for all you church audio mic users out there. 
> >Where did you go to get the loan to afford them? No wait that 
> >wasn't it. I am looking at the site and see that there is a huge 
> >price difference between the mini and the standard editions. So 
> >what I would like is to take a census of who is using what, and 
> >if anyone can describe the difference that would be great too. 
> Firstly, for the hobbyist, the $230 package is probably more than
> sufficient.  Like someone in another email list recently said, you can
> buy a whole lot more microphone today for a hundred dollars than you
> could just a few years ago.
> Like the Church Audio web site also states, the Danish higher-priced
> capsules are really for broadcast-quality recording, they probably do
> a bit better resolution at higher sample rates and sizes (24-bit vs
> 16, 48 khz vs. 44.1). I'm not even sure we mere mortals could hear the
> difference, but test equipment could probably pick it up easily
> enough.
> What I'm personally hoping/waiting for is two things:  (1)  Church
> Uadio's web site should have the recording of their microphones in a
> downloadable non-MP3 (AAC would be good) lossless format.  (2) I can't
> wait for somebody to buy the higher-priced units and do a side-by-side
> comparison, recording the same thing with each set of microphones, and
> providing those recordings in a lossless format so we can hear the
> true differences betwixt and between, as they say.

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