1-v-1 Product Comparison - the Audix D6 Dynamic vs the Beyerdynamic TG-D58C

Today Music Critic will be comparing the Audix D6 Dynamic to the Beyerdynamic TG-D58C. There is a lot more to this sort of decision than price, so we see if we can help you decide which is best for your needs. You might also be interested in our article The Top 10 Best Drumming Microphones For Your Kit

Everyone has different preferences, and we hope our frank reviews will make your decision easier. First, we will take a look at the Audix D6 Dynamic.

Next up is the Beyerdynamic TG-D58C. Beyerdynamic’s product is also a very affordable option that will provide you with quality sound. This is one of the mics that actually comes with a gooseneck included in the price already. The gooseneck is available to be either flexible or angled and it’s compact while also possessing a horizontal swivel point. It has a wide transmission range and comes with a clamp so that you can set it up wherever you desire on your drum kit!

Examining the Beyerdynamic TG-D58C

It’s a very small drum mic that does a fantastic job and works like a charm. One of its new features is the expanded frequency range that allows it to capture more sounds than Beyerdynamic’s previous mics. You can clip this little portable to any drum rim you desire and get quality results with just one product.

Audix D6 Dynamic Beyerdynamic TG-D58C
+ handles high-pitched noises without distortion
+ allows for clear recordings
+ portable

+ comes with gooseneck
+ small and portable
+ faithful reproduction of drum sounds

Audix provides the market with a fantastic drum mic for recording your drumming kit sessions.It can be placed anywhere around the drum kit and still give quality recordings and will capture any high-pitched sounds without distorting them in any way. If you are looking for a good-quality drum mic, Audix’s D6 is a fantastic option! Beyerdynamic not only gives us high-quality gear that will improve our recording sessions, but it also gives us accessories such as the gooseneck that can be twisted and manipulated in any way to suit your drumming needs. No matter if you want to record your snares or cymbals, this drum mic will do its job with the best pride whenever you decide to put it to use!

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You might also be interested in Music Critic's in-depth article on this topic, The Top 10 Best Drumming Microphones For Your Kit.

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