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Top Best 11 Beginner Condenser Microphone 2022 Malaysia

Microphones are incredible pieces of equipment. We speak, sing, shout, or play into them, and they enhance or record our performance thanks to electrical magic. Condenser mics are the most transparent and sensitive microphones available, which is why they are so popular in the studio.

These acoustic benefits come at a cost. Condenser microphones are less durable than their dynamic counterparts, and they're also more costly. However, if you're on a tight budget and can only afford one microphone, a condenser makes a lot of sense.

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1. Audio Technica AT2020 Cardioid Condenser Microphone

The Audio-Technica AT2020 is a voiceover industry workhorse and a great cardioid mic for the money.

It boasts a high 144dB SPL, is well-built, and is reasonably priced — ideal for podcasting, streaming, and singing.

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2. Rode NT1-A Condenser Microphone

RODE has a long history of producing high-quality microphones at reasonable rates.

And among their LARGE range of fantastic microphones...

The Rode NT1A is the most well-known, well-respected, and reasonably priced of all the microphones.

This is, without a doubt, the greatest mic money can buy in this price range.

It's also the greatest value on the list, since it's not much more expensive than the other two mics we've seen.

Sold Out

3. Warm Audio WA-47Jr

Warm Audio's recreations of historic hardware and microphones have already made a major stir in the recording gear business. With the WA-47Jr FET, their version of the ubiquitous Neumann FET 47, they now take on one of my favourites. This is a workhorse of a microphone, a transformerless counterpart of the legendary U47. While the FET's tubed larger cousin dominated the vocal world, with legends like Frank Sinatra praising it, the FET 47 holds its own, being utilised on anything from voices to kick drums. Many microphones in its price range can't compete with this mic for the money. The WA-47 Jr FET is both sturdy and flexible.

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4. Lewitt LCT 440 Pure Single-Pattern Large-Diaphragm Condenser Microphone

The style of this microphone (which measures just 138 x 52 x 36 mm in size) is undeniably Lewitt, with its angular lines and black finish. The LCT 440 Pure comes with a shockmount (LCT 40 SH), a windscreen (LCT 40 Wx), a DTP 40 Lb soft storage bag, and a pop shield (LCT 50 PSx). You won't have to make room for another camera case because everything arrives in a cardboard box. A mic for the home studio that also performs well enough to compete with Lewitt's higher-end studio models — plus it comes with a slew of stylish accessories!

Sold Out

5. Rode NT1 Kit Low Noise Condenser Microphone

With a self-noise level of only 4.5dBA, Rode claims that their freshly updated NT1 is the world's quietest one-inch cardioid condenser. We found it to be quite quiet and adaptable enough to mic a wide range of sources. The simple form factor lacks controls for a bass roll-off or pad, but the clever, sleek design and dark-grey livery look really great. That's hardly surprising at this pricing point.

The NT1 has a lot to offer in terms of performance. The vocals are crisp and clear, with a warm bass end, no flaws in the mid-range, and a great airy clarity in the top end. When recording acoustic guitars and hand-held percussion, the velvety top end yields great results. We're confident that the NT1 would work well as a drum above or on a piano.

It's definitely not suitable for close-miking loud drums and guitar cabs due to the absence of a pad, but it's highly recommended for practically every other studio use. The NT1 comes with a suspension shockmount and a pop shield, making it a great bargain.

Sold Out

6. SE Electronics X1 S Large-diaphragm Condenser Microphone

With the X1 microphone and Project Studio Reflexion Filter, the firm has shifted its focus back to the low end of the market, with the goal of providing a voice recording kit that is affordable to any project studio musician. Although the two goods are available separately, purchasing them together saves you money. Both of the tools in this bundle are capable of producing decent results on their own, but if you're looking for a capable budget mic as well as a Reflexion Filter, purchasing the package makes a lot of sense.

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7. Stellar X2 Large Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser Microphone

With the exception of being significantly smaller, at just six inches long and 1.725 inches broad, the Stellar X2 looks like any other large–diaphragm microphone, but the most of the differences are inside. The mic comes in an aluminium container with a shockmount, a foam wind screen, and a soft storage pouch, and is made by TechZone Audio Products, a small company based in Torrence, California. The Stellar X2 delivers a mature performance, and while it isn't a bargain buy, it isn't pricey considering its capabilities. The Stellar X2 is a must-have mic at this pricing point. It easily competes with mics costing five or even ten times as much. A strong recoommended microphone for voice actors and musicians if you're looking for a great microphone at a mid tier price.

Sold Out

8. Aston Microphones Origin Large-diaphragm Condenser Microphone

The Aston Origin may be competitively priced, but it possesses a degree of originality that is uncommon in this range. The Origin is a fixed pattern (cardioid) condenser and is the smaller of Aston's two mics: the larger Spirit is a multi-pattern condenser with an extra 10dB of pad available. There are two switches on the stainless steel casing: 10dB pad and 80Hz low-cut filter.

The XLR connection is on the underside of the mic, as is a mic stand mounting socket (5/8-inch with a 3/8-inch adaptor included). This latter feature means there's no need for a mic clip, though this does limit angle choices to the capabilities of the stand. The wave-shaped outer spring/mesh acts as a shock absorber for the capsule, and behind it sits a stainless steel wire mesh shielding.

Sold Out

9. Lewitt LCT 240 Pro Condenser Microphone

For all applications, the LCT 240 Pro is a single-pattern microphone with a high-performance capsule. This isn't a horrible inexpensive microphone. It doesn't quite match the more costly LEWITT mics, but it's a solid all-around performer. Overall, it's a decent performance, and it's a really adaptable mic. I loved it most on drum overheads and guitar cabs, although I thought the vocals were a touch too inflated at the high end. It's a really simple microphone to set up and use. The cardioid form is excellent and broad, and positioning it is simple. It fits into most spaces and is light in weight.

Sold Out

10. Audio Technica AT2035 Cardioid Condenser Microphone

The Audio Technica AT2035 is commonly recognised as the best first microphone for anyone starting out in a home studio on a budget. The AT2035 is one of the few microphones in this price range that genuinely delivers on its claims.

The cardioid pattern and high pass filter with the -10dB pad are notable characteristics of this mic, which also comes with the following accessories: a bespoke shockmount and a stylish bag. Overall, it's an excellent microphone.

Sold Out

11. MXL 770 Multi-purpose Condenser Microphone

The MXL 770 is the most affordable XLR condenser mic on this list, but that doesn't mean it can't produce good recordings.

Sure, there are cheaper microphones, but they're typically from lesser-known brands or knock-offs.

It contains a -10dB pad switch, a 150Hz HPF, a casing, and a shockmount — a fairly good deal from MXL if you're looking for a low-cost cardioid condenser.

Top Best 11 Beginner Condenser Microphone 2022 Malaysia

Microphones are incredible pieces of equipment. We speak, sing, shout, or play into them, and they enhance or record our performance thanks to electrical magic. Condenser mics are the most transparent and sensitive microphones available, which is why they are so popular in the studio.

These acoustic benefits come at a cost. Condenser microphones are less durable than their dynamic counterparts, and they're also more costly. However, if you're on a tight budget and can only afford one microphone, a condenser makes a lot of sense.

Sold out

1. Audio Technica AT2020 Cardioid Condenser Microphone

The Audio-Technica AT2020 is a voiceover industry workhorse and a great cardioid mic for the money.

It boasts a high 144dB SPL, is well-built, and is reasonably priced — ideal for podcasting, streaming, and singing.

Sold out

2. Rode NT1-A Condenser Microphone

RODE has a long history of producing high-quality microphones at reasonable rates.

And among their LARGE range of fantastic microphones...

The Rode NT1A is the most well-known, well-respected, and reasonably priced of all the microphones.

This is, without a doubt, the greatest mic money can buy in this price range.

It's also the greatest value on the list, since it's not much more expensive than the other two mics we've seen.

Sold out

3. Warm Audio WA-47Jr

Warm Audio's recreations of historic hardware and microphones have already made a major stir in the recording gear business. With the WA-47Jr FET, their version of the ubiquitous Neumann FET 47, they now take on one of my favourites. This is a workhorse of a microphone, a transformerless counterpart of the legendary U47. While the FET's tubed larger cousin dominated the vocal world, with legends like Frank Sinatra praising it, the FET 47 holds its own, being utilised on anything from voices to kick drums. Many microphones in its price range can't compete with this mic for the money. The WA-47 Jr FET is both sturdy and flexible.

Sold out

4. Lewitt LCT 440 Pure Single-Pattern Large-Diaphragm Condenser Microphone

The style of this microphone (which measures just 138 x 52 x 36 mm in size) is undeniably Lewitt, with its angular lines and black finish. The LCT 440 Pure comes with a shockmount (LCT 40 SH), a windscreen (LCT 40 Wx), a DTP 40 Lb soft storage bag, and a pop shield (LCT 50 PSx). You won't have to make room for another camera case because everything arrives in a cardboard box. A mic for the home studio that also performs well enough to compete with Lewitt's higher-end studio models — plus it comes with a slew of stylish accessories!

Sold out

5. Rode NT1 Kit Low Noise Condenser Microphone

With a self-noise level of only 4.5dBA, Rode claims that their freshly updated NT1 is the world's quietest one-inch cardioid condenser. We found it to be quite quiet and adaptable enough to mic a wide range of sources. The simple form factor lacks controls for a bass roll-off or pad, but the clever, sleek design and dark-grey livery look really great. That's hardly surprising at this pricing point.

The NT1 has a lot to offer in terms of performance. The vocals are crisp and clear, with a warm bass end, no flaws in the mid-range, and a great airy clarity in the top end. When recording acoustic guitars and hand-held percussion, the velvety top end yields great results. We're confident that the NT1 would work well as a drum above or on a piano.

It's definitely not suitable for close-miking loud drums and guitar cabs due to the absence of a pad, but it's highly recommended for practically every other studio use. The NT1 comes with a suspension shockmount and a pop shield, making it a great bargain.

Sold out

6. SE Electronics X1 S Large-diaphragm Condenser Microphone

With the X1 microphone and Project Studio Reflexion Filter, the firm has shifted its focus back to the low end of the market, with the goal of providing a voice recording kit that is affordable to any project studio musician. Although the two goods are available separately, purchasing them together saves you money. Both of the tools in this bundle are capable of producing decent results on their own, but if you're looking for a capable budget mic as well as a Reflexion Filter, purchasing the package makes a lot of sense.

Sold out

7. Stellar X2 Large Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser Microphone

With the exception of being significantly smaller, at just six inches long and 1.725 inches broad, the Stellar X2 looks like any other large–diaphragm microphone, but the most of the differences are inside. The mic comes in an aluminium container with a shockmount, a foam wind screen, and a soft storage pouch, and is made by TechZone Audio Products, a small company based in Torrence, California. The Stellar X2 delivers a mature performance, and while it isn't a bargain buy, it isn't pricey considering its capabilities. The Stellar X2 is a must-have mic at this pricing point. It easily competes with mics costing five or even ten times as much. A strong recoommended microphone for voice actors and musicians if you're looking for a great microphone at a mid tier price.

Sold out

8. Aston Microphones Origin Large-diaphragm Condenser Microphone

The Aston Origin may be competitively priced, but it possesses a degree of originality that is uncommon in this range. The Origin is a fixed pattern (cardioid) condenser and is the smaller of Aston's two mics: the larger Spirit is a multi-pattern condenser with an extra 10dB of pad available. There are two switches on the stainless steel casing: 10dB pad and 80Hz low-cut filter.

The XLR connection is on the underside of the mic, as is a mic stand mounting socket (5/8-inch with a 3/8-inch adaptor included). This latter feature means there's no need for a mic clip, though this does limit angle choices to the capabilities of the stand. The wave-shaped outer spring/mesh acts as a shock absorber for the capsule, and behind it sits a stainless steel wire mesh shielding.

Sold out

9. Lewitt LCT 240 Pro Condenser Microphone

For all applications, the LCT 240 Pro is a single-pattern microphone with a high-performance capsule. This isn't a horrible inexpensive microphone. It doesn't quite match the more costly LEWITT mics, but it's a solid all-around performer. Overall, it's a decent performance, and it's a really adaptable mic. I loved it most on drum overheads and guitar cabs, although I thought the vocals were a touch too inflated at the high end. It's a really simple microphone to set up and use. The cardioid form is excellent and broad, and positioning it is simple. It fits into most spaces and is light in weight.

Sold out

10. Audio Technica AT2035 Cardioid Condenser Microphone

The Audio Technica AT2035 is commonly recognised as the best first microphone for anyone starting out in a home studio on a budget. The AT2035 is one of the few microphones in this price range that genuinely delivers on its claims.

The cardioid pattern and high pass filter with the -10dB pad are notable characteristics of this mic, which also comes with the following accessories: a bespoke shockmount and a stylish bag. Overall, it's an excellent microphone.

Sold out

11. MXL 770 Multi-purpose Condenser Microphone

The MXL 770 is the most affordable XLR condenser mic on this list, but that doesn't mean it can't produce good recordings.

Sure, there are cheaper microphones, but they're typically from lesser-known brands or knock-offs.

It contains a -10dB pad switch, a 150Hz HPF, a casing, and a shockmount — a fairly good deal from MXL if you're looking for a low-cost cardioid condenser.

Top Best 11 Beginner Condenser Microphone 2022 Malaysia

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