Stephen Sank, Owner & Ribbon Mic Restorer
Talking Dog Transducer Company http://stephensank.com
5517 Carmelita Drive N.E.
Albuquerque, New Mexico 
Auth. Nakamichi & McIntosh servicer
Payments preferred through Paypal.com
"haligonab" <stevieb_@t_iglou.com> wrote in message
> Does anyone have any knowledge of this mic? How does it compare to
> more recent models? A Google search turned up very little. Thanks!
On Sat, 11 Dec 2004 03:57:16 -0500, Paul Stamler wrote
(in article <MDyud.1072069$Gx4.email@example.com>):
> "Stephen Sank" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> M610 is not a ribbon. It's a moving coil dynamic.
> On the other hand, the M160 is a ribbon, very well thought of provided the
> low output isn't a problem, and only one digit-swapping typo from an M610.
Persactly! I've even hear that some have used it as a boom mic for dialog. I
couldn't imaging that, given its low sensitivity. I tried it with mine and
had a nice chuckle. I wondered HOW LOUD you have to be to make that work.
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