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On 9/19/2014 7:57 AM, Lorna Fulton wrote:
> Its a N/DV 267A- like this:http://www.electrovoice.com/product.php?id=81
> So not a particularly expensive mic.

Nor particularly flat -- it has a +6dB peak centered around 8,500Hz. 
Very modern-sounding, and it'll probably be too sibilant for good disc 
cutting.

I concur with the recommendation of an RE20; it's a very clean 
microphone with a reasonably-flat frequency response on- and off-axis. 
If you can find a good RE15 on eBay, it has a very flat response -- and 
sounds great on just about anything.

Peace,
Paul