Although it’s a damn weird looking mic the Baby Bottle SL’s overall sonic character is neutral and especially rich in mid range response. This makes it an ideal microphone for recording vocals.
It’s a studio condenser microphone and offers a switchable 100 Hz high-pass filter and a -20 dB pad.
The microphone requires 48V phantom power to run, provides a dynamic range of 123.2 dB, and includes both a custom shockmount and a wooden storage box.
The blue pop filter will set you back another $70 but looks really nice.
I’m really impressed with the sound coming from this mic. It’s a good option if you aren’t a fan of the Shure SM7B.