Audio-Technica AT2035 Microphone Review

Audio Technica AT20335 microphone on pink backdrop.

There is no getting around it. You need a top-quality vocal mic to get a top-quality vocal recording. But you don’t have to spend a ton to get a great recording. In this review, we will be taking a look quick look at The AT2035 from Audio-Technica and why it might be the perfect condenser mic for your home recording studio. So without further ado, let’s get right into it as we break down the top DJ controllers of 2019.

The Mic

The AT2035 from Audio-Technica is a top grade mic at an affordable price. Its go got a large-diaphragm condenser. Its metallic exterior, custom shock mounts, and overall build quality have made it a popular mic from streaming to voiceovers and everything in better. It’s not just for vocals either. This mic goes above and beyond with its maximum SPL of 148bB, -10dB pad and its low-frequency roll-off capabilities.

The microphone comes with an XLR cable (XLRF to XLRM) which extends 10 feet (3 meters) from the base of the boom arm. Also, You might need an interface to plug the mic in and a computer software able to read the signal


  • Type: Condenser
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Frequency Response: 20 to 20,000 Hz
  • Maximum SPL: 148 dB
  • Impedance: 120 ohms
  • Power Requirements: 11V to 52V DC, 3.8 mA 


The Audio Technica AT 20335 has rave reviews, many of which complement it as a great microphone with clarity comparable to more expensive studio microphones. The review also praises the mic for its metallic, sturdy feel and its versatility of being used as a vocal mic and instrumental music for guitars, saxophones, acoustic guitars and more.

Audio Technica AT 20335 accessories.

But it’s not all rainbows and sunshine for the Audio Technica AT 20335, there are complaints that highlight its lack of accessories and its pop filter being of low quality. Not a deal-breaker for me personally but if this concerns you, it’s something to think about. 


If you are looking for an inexpensive microphone that can handle vocal recording and is versatile enough to work with a number of other instruments. Check out the Audio-Technica AT2035. You will be glad you did. If the budget is tight and you’re looking for a quality microphone that can handle vocal recording well, and versatile enough to work with acoustic instruments, then get the Audio-Technica AT2035.

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