Regarding sound, they’re more or less equal. Preamp vs. Interface. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. S. sears Member. Page 5 du sujet AT4033 ou AT4040 dans Audio-Technica AT4033 Page 5/9 Hey there! It has worked great for Vox, Acoustic guitar, Drums, Upright Bass. I love my 4040. 48v phantom power via audio interface or preamp. I never liked it as a vocal mic, personally. I love my 4040. The real answers are found when listening to the device itself and recognising what can and can’t be heard with your own ears. I think it's been redesigned sometime in the last 5 - 10 years. It has worked great for Vox, Acoustic guitar, Drums, Upright Bass. A friend of mine who does a lot of recording (and plays in Grand Funk Railroad and used to play with Bob Seegar and Robert Palmer) has one and he turned me on to it. Messages 1,516. When you buy products through links across our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. JavaScript is disabled. But the thing is I've read a couple things on here saying the 4040's better. Still leaning toward the 4040, though. I'd take one for free, no doubt, Brad! There are always plenty of claims about flat frequency responses and clarity of sound when reading the technical specifications of any microphone. Audio-Technica AT4040 Cardioid Condenser Microphone. These two microphones are almost identical, but they differ in two important ways. Like the AT4040, make sure you invest in a good audio interface for this guy. It says on the at4040 its a saving of £60 ($123) and the at4033 is a saving of £160 (about $330). S. sears Member. Even if maybe it doesn't sound quite as natural soloed, it drops right into a mix. Dec 9, 2009 #1 Primary use will be male vocals, but I will also be using it on acoustic guitar (6 & 12) and as a drum overhead. I found the 4033 to be more useful on just about everything. They brought it back. 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For one, the AT4033 is a permanently polarized condenser mic as opposed to being externally polarized. How you describe the 4047 is how I've heard the 4040 described, and that's why I'm leaning the way. Thread starter Zuper; Start date Dec 9, 2009; Zuper. Recommendations In Description 469 views. The AT4040 is an excellent example of this type of mic and it’s very popular. The old 4033 was known for it's relatively flat response. I'm going to stick up again for the 4033. Thanks MichealK- I don't know much about the older models, and am looking at buying new. please help. Another couple of inexpensive honorable mentions that I own and use -. Audio Technica AT4050 AT4050 It does well with … Dec 9, 2009 #1 Primary use will be male vocals, but I will also be using it on acoustic guitar (6 & 12) and as a drum overhead. Thanks for the additional info, Lemuel.Tan. Most notably, the AT4040 is the lightest over the three contenders, weighing in at a measly 12.7 oz. When AT introduced the 4040 they eliminated the 4033. On dolphinmusic.co.uk the at4040 and at4033 are both £170 (like $344). I have heard the the 4040 is a good all-around mic. Learn more. Any and all comments on either or both are greatly appreciated! AT4033/CL VS AT4040 VS AT4050 VSAT4047/SV VS AT4040MP VS AT4060a VS AT5047 VS AT5040 - Duration: 10:52. :https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=SX3PQJV7NRWXG The Gear Page is the leading online community and marketplace for guitars, amps, pedals, effects and associated gear. I'm pleased to hear that my choice (4040) is what I would prefer over what the 4033 does. I'm mostly concerned with how it will sound on vocals, though. Donate! Primary use will be male vocals, but I will also be using it on acoustic guitar (6 & 12) and as a drum overhead. Thread starter Zuper; Start date Dec 9, 2009; Zuper. Silver Supporting Member. https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?threads/535024&page=2. The AT4050 has the longest microphone body when compared to the AT4040 vs AT4033, measuring at 7.4 inches lengthwise with a diameter of 2.10 inches. It does a certain something. It's not as natural and more expensive new, but it's the same price on the used market and very useful. AT4040 and AT4033. By itself it didn't bring out a whole lot in instruments or vocals, but combined with EQ it was a very versatile instrument mic. My voice is sort of Jim Morrison-esque with a bit of the husky/breathy quality in it. I'm mostly concerned with how it will sound on vocals, though. AT4040 and AT4033. Silver Supporting Member. Any and all comments on either or both are greatly appreciated! Lee Dickson's firing situation with Clapton. Any and all comments on either or both are greatly appreciated! This certainly doesn’t offer a flat frequency response, and that’s […] Messages 1,516. Own a 4040 but haven't tried the 4033 and I found clips on Sennheiser's site for some comparisons to be made within the 40 series.

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