I had an old Norelco cassette recorder with a hand held plastic mic that provided better frequency response than this device
on March 26, 2016
**Update to original review: April 22nd, 2016 **
Although my original review reflected my opinion on the quality of the microphone itself, apparently upon reading my review, the very responsive and kind folks on the Ohuhu Customer Service Team reached out to me in a sincere manner to learn exactly what my issue was, and offer to right what I felt was wrong, it showed a level of customer satisfaction that is pretty uncommon in today's world.
Although I may not have been enthralled with the quality of the microphones' performance, when the folks at Ohuhu became aware of that, they reached out to me and tempered my expectations and disappointment by taking ownership of the situation and exceeding my expectations through their actions, demonstrating their integrity as a company, and ultimately ensuring a total customer satisfaction experience after the sale, which was appreciated and that I respect!
Kudos to Chloe from Ohuhu Customer Service Team, and everyone at Ohuhu Direct for providing a positive customer experience after the sale. I totally respect and admire a company like this that went above & beyond and did what very few companies now a days would do, to go that extra mile!
Other than the "cool factor" of this mic having the golden tone, it's a piece of junk, I had an old Norelco cassette recorder with a hand held plastic mic that provided better frequency response than this device, (and yes, I do have it hooked up to a phantom power supply, in fact - to a decent Joe Meek compressor & audio chain, & regardless of how I attempted to tweak things, it just sounds like garbage. I'll stick to my RE-20 & enjoy the sound that provides me for my purposes, as for this - it's a somewhat expensive paper-weight conversation piece, but if your looking for any kind of a quality mic, I'd say, look for something other than this.