A broadcast industry standard, the RE20 Broadcast Announcer Microphone with Variable-D from Electro-Voice is a cardioid dynamic microphone that delivers reliable, low-noise performance with exceptional clarity and definition. This model is styled in the classic fawn beige finish.
- Variable-D for Minimal Proximity Effect
- True Cardioid with No Coloration
- Voice-Tailored Frequency Response
- Studio Condenser-Like Performance
Electro-Voice RE20 Overview
- 2Tailored Response
- 4True Cardioid Pattern
- 5Internal Windscreen
- 6Bass Tilt-Down Switch
- 7Flat Frequency Respone
Electro-Voice RE20 Specs
|Form Factor||Stand/Boom Mount|
|Intended Sound Sources||Vocals, Speech/Voice Over|
|Operating Principle||Pressure Operated|
|Windscreen||Foam (Available Separately)|
|Frequency Range||45 Hz to 18 kHz|
|Mounting||Mic Clip/Stand Adapter (with Included Hardware)|
|Dimensions||ø: 2.13 x L: 8.54" / ø: 54 x L: 216.92 mm|
|Weight||26 oz / 737.1 g|
|Package Weight||2.52 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||12.05 x 7 x 3.45"|
Electro-Voice RE20 Reviews
Just perfect. Love it.
Excelente producto y calidad
Excelente producto y calidad
This is a great mic. If you have already done your homework, you will not be dissatisfied with this purchase.
This Is The 2nd Most Powerful Piece Of Machinery I've Ever Seen Only My RodeCaster Is More Sound, My Colleagues All Say I Sound So Professional On My Platform With The Re20 Microphone Thank-You B&H !!
Got this for podcasts and voice over recording. Love it.
RE20 Sounds GREAT!
This kit comes with everything you need except the interface. I paired this kit with the MOTU M2 which I also got here on B&H. Using the Motu with the Cloudlifter you only need 50% gain on the interface, it works out great with super low noise floor. (almost not even there) The other accessories in the kit are decent. Taking into account how great the mic and cloudlifter combo is I'd feel bad taking stars off for the accessories but they do sort of miss the mark at this price point. The O.C White pro boom is nice and very sturdy, but I had to grease the base with silicone grease because it's very squeaky when you turn the boom right or left. It does a good job holding the RE20 with the auray shock mount though which is over 2.5 lbs. The auray shock mount is as other have mentioned in their reviews, decent for the price in this kit, would not spend $80+ on one separately unless you bump your mic a lot. The RE20 honestly doesn't need a shock mount if you keep your movement of the mic minimal. The Roland Cables are spot on for what I needed on a desktop setup, the 5ft gold cable is the exact length needed to fit into the snap in enclosures the Pro Boom has, then into your cloudlifter. The 10ft is great for running from the cloudlifter to your interface, but if you have a really large desk or special cable routing it might be a bit short, 10ft was fine for me though. The pop filter, well it's a pop filter. A bit muffled vs just using the RE20 no filter. I've been using it as a dust cover more than anything. lol
Mine is over two weeks late for arrival so I could tell you.
Perfect for Podcasting
I had been using an Audio Technica AT2020 condenser microphone for recording my podcast, and it worked reasonably well. However, it picks up too much of the ambient noise around me, and I don't have a treated, dedicated studio in which to record. Therefore, I researched better microphone options for my scenario. The Electro-Voice RE20 seemed like the best choice after all my research, and I am convinced it is ideal for my situation and my voice. In fact, even recording in my house with no sonic treatment on the walls, I don't even have to use my iZotope RX8 Vocal Noise Reduction as I used to do on every recording. Because I use a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 as my interface to my computer for recording in Sound Forge Pro, I also got a CloudLifter, because I would have had to crank the gain on the 2i2 beyond where it introduces audible distortion/noise. That obviously raised the overall expense of this upgrade, but it is truly a significant upgrade. For male voice, spoken word (and possibly other applications), the Electro-Voice RE20 Broadcast Announcer Microphone receives my very highest possible recommendation.
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