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Old November 26th, 2009, 06:33 AM   #16
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I also want to get my first hypercardioid, but after investing in other pieces of equipment my budget is restricted.

My shotgun is a Sennheiser mkh 416 and I have a Sound Devices 302 mixer. These two are giving me great results in sound quality so I want something to keep the same standards.

Is the AKG CK93 going to keep up with the sound quality provided by the 416 (using the 416 for outdoors and the CK93 for indoors) or there is too much of a difference?

Thanks for your advices.

Andres.
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