Posted September 15, 2018 05:50:28I have been a musician for over a decade and have seen the need for headphone amplification in recent years.
I also have a large collection of headphones, but I have always felt that the ability to make headphones sound great was one of the greatest things about them.
This is where my new $50K microphone comes in.
As I mentioned in my previous article, I use the D2x to create my soundstage for the podcast.
With the D1x and D1, I could create a more realistic soundstage, but in this case I can make it sound much cleaner, more balanced, and more natural.
With the D3x, I can take the D10x to a completely different level.
This means that I can get a much fuller soundstage without the need to compromise the sound quality of the D8 or D2.
The D3 and D3X also have the option of having a built-in headphone amplifier to give you a full headphone experience.
In the past, I used the D9x to capture the sound of a guitar, but with the D4x, the microphone is much more versatile.
With it, I now have a mic with the ability of capturing the entire soundstage of a concert, as well as the soundstage you hear when listening to music live.
I am so happy to be able to finally have this microphone in my possession.
As I said in the previous article:This microphone is going to be my new best friend, and it is going a long way in giving me the best recording experience I can ever hope to have.
I can’t wait to use it.