Both microphones are part of the TG (Touring Gear) series and are perfect for use on stage, thanks to their high quality, and in home studios. Both dynamic microphones reproduce vocals and speech naturally, without distorting the sound. Of the two microphones, the TG V70 (s) is more adapt at supporting the voice because it features somewhat more powerful lows – give it a try and see which one suits your voice best! The TG V50 (s) is a cardioid microphone, while TG V70 (s) is a hypercardioid device.
The cardioid directional pattern captures the sound in the front and does a particularly good job of suppressing any noises that happen to slip up on the microphone from behind. This feature makes the microphone the ideal choice for loud environments. It works like this: A singer’s voice will be recorded directly from the front. At the same time, all ambient noises that are generated in particular from behind or on the sides (like those produced by the band or loudspeakers) will be disregarded to a certain extent. The TG V70 (s) draws on its hypercardioid feature to suppress sound generated on the side even more extensively. This is why the recording field is more concentrated directly in front of the microphone. As a result, you will capture only the sounds on the front that you really want to capture. The hypercardioid feature also enables the microphone to record sound produced from behind somewhat better than a cardioid microphone does. In a nutshell, you can say that the hypercardioid feature is able to better isolate the sound source in the front and on the sides while being more receptive to noises produced from behind. Keep this in mind when you are positioning yourself, monitor speakers or other sound sources in a studio or on stage.