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    Studio Projects C1 or Rode NT-1A

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    Hey I'm thinkin of buyin a new mic. my plan was to get the Studio Projects VTB-1 preamp and i read reviews it worked really good with the C1, but i also read that the NT-1A was a better mic for the same price but i havent read anything about the VTB pre with the NT mic...any1 have experience with the two items lemme kno..
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    I have a NT1-A and a sure KSM 27 and fore the price the NT1-A sounds damn good. I've only used it for vocals but its a quiet mic even with the gain up

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    in this priceclass (<500 ) i prefer the akg c3000b as all round condensor, but the rode nt1a is a good second in this chart

    the c1 is way worser. It's to much coloured and to hars to my taste. The c3 is a bit better but the nt1a is way bettter.

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    Tough call on that, I have the Rode and tried the C1 too. Kinda leanin more towards the Rode.
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    Thnx for yalls feedback, i alreadfy own a c3000 b and i jus wanted a second choice for a mic. I been readin a lot of good reviews about the NT so i think ima have to choose that 1
    ~ill let yall kno how it works out...1

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