Item #: BEH ECM8000 LIST

Behringer ECM8000 Measurement Condenser Microphone

Something as critical as measuring room acoustics for PA alignment can only be done with precision measuring instruments. A job for a pro, the Behringer ECM8000.
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Something as critical as measuring room acoustics for PA alignment can only be done with precision measuring instruments. This is a job for a pro. With the Behringer ECM8000, Behringer has developed an ultra-linear omni-directional measuring microphone that enables you to carry out even the most difficult alignment tasks with ease.

Behringer ECM8000 Features

  • Precise electret condenser measurement microphone with ultra-linear frequency response for absolute accurate measurements
  • Well-balanced, true omni-directional characteristic
  • Accepts +15 V to +48 V phantom power
  • Low-noise XLR output with gold-plated contacts
  • Perfect for any room analysis application
  • Excellent flat response for instrument micing
  • Delivered in a rugged hard case with mic clip and stand adapter

Universal application
The ECM8000 can be used with virtually any real-time analyzer with +15 to +48 V phantom power. The ultra-linear frequency response ensures that the analyzer receives a fully accurate room signal, eliminating the necessity of analyzer calibration. Plus it works great as an instrument microphone.

Rely on your ears and Behringer's measuring tool!

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Product Specifications

Behringer ECM8000 Specifications

  • Type: Electret condenser, omni-directional
  • Impedance: 600 Ohms
  • Sensitivity: -60 dB
  • Frequency response: 15 Hz to 20 kHz
  • Connector: Gold-plated XLR
  • Phantom power: +15 V to +48 V
  • Weight: app. 120 g



Customer Reviews

Review: B Kreager Submitted: 1/11/2016

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Just what I wanted
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Exactly what I was looking for. Sold as open box, looked untouched. Haven't set up yet, sure will be fine.

Review: Marty Submitted: 1/3/2016

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Extremely Good Mic

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I've used this mic for everything from up close super quiet nylon string guitar to back of the house room ambience for drum recordings and concerts and it excels at everything I've thrown at it. I am honestly surprised of its quality because 1) it is a Behringer product and 2) because it is so cheap compared to similar mics in its range. It can be "hissy" if you are recording super quiet sounds and need to turn the pres up high but it is well balanced in its pickup and frequency response and can be trusted to accurately reproduce or record the source material...

Review: jeffwired from Livonia,michigan,USA Submitted: 10/3/2010

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.


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Excellent Value

Well Made

Perfect match for Behringer DEQ2496

All accessories included

Good

Review: JackL Submitted: 1/23/2009

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.


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Incredible for Acoustic Instruments

The mic seems to be well made. Solid. Nice plastic box with foam insert.

Really no features. No pad switches, etc. The best feature? omni directional, 20-20K, low noise. I would have never thought of using "measurement-type" mics for recording, but various mag articles pushed me this way, and I am happy they did.

Plug into a phantom powered connection and you're good to go. Being an omni directional mic, mic placement seems to be less of a problem with this mic. I just aim near what I want to record (acoustic guitar, voice, etc) and press the record button. You gotta be carefull with the environment however. It picks up everything.

Very clear, no color. Exactly what I want for acoustic guitar, violin, and other acoustic instruments. I have a ton of mics, and for their ease of use and non-coloration of the sound, I tend to go with these more often than not. Several recent mag articles regarding this type of omni condenser mic pushed me to try the ECM8000s and they have not dissappointed. Incredibly crystal clear recordings. I have been saying alot lately that the chinese import mics (Studio Projects B1, CADs, ATs, ECM8000) have improved a significant amount. They're perfect for the home studio where the environment is not perfect. Don't waste $$$$ on mics if you don't have a pristine mic-ready studio.

Review: GP Submitted: 12/23/2008

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.


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EXCELLENT VALUE - GOOD for Ac. Guitars

Well built - very solid and no defects. Good case of molded BAS with cutout foam, wind cover and mic clip.

Sounds like an OMNI should - tried on Ac. Guitars and sounded better than much more expensive cardiod mics I have - good signal and very little self-noise. Those who say otherwise are hearing the room noise, NOT the mic. It's an OMNI - anything making nouse in the room (air, fans, etc...) WILL be picked up.

Matches well with my Millennia, Universal Audio and TL-Audio pres. Good signal strength and clean.

Sounds very natural - perhaps not as warm as an Earthworks but, considering the HUGE difference in price it's an unbelievable deal. Compares very favorably to much more expensive cardiod microphones I have and this has now become one of my favorite for nylon string guitars.

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