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Dynamic drum and wind instrument microphone

  • Suits also very well for guitars
  • Frequency range: 20-16000 Hz
  • Sensitivity: -54 dB
  • Impedance: 400 Ohm
  • Polar pattern: Supercardioid
  • Solid metal housing
  • Excellent price-performance ratio
  • Includes mount
  • Weight: 400 g
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Item number 143725
28 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Delivery approx. between Monday, 1.11. and Tuesday, 2.11.
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Good Mic For Wind Instruments And Low Vocals Too
Will_Prince_PL 26.05.2020
Nice mic, not expensive but sounds great. I bought it beucase I needed better mic for recording wind instruments, also it would be nice to have mic for kick drum and bass amp, and that one does it too. I recorded trombone with it, first time I recorded wind instrument ever, and it sound great. It happened to be great vocal mic too! My voice is low, I was trying to record some vocals for something and I used copy of SM58, it didn't sound good, maybe it was cheap copy, maybe 58s doesn't fit my voice. I sang thru BD 200 instead and it sounded great, never recorded my voice myself with quality that good. I didn't bother to put that mic on a stand, I held it with my hand and make some unnecesary hitting noises which can be heard on recording, but that's my fault, it's not supposed to be hand held. And it comes with great bracket too. It's metal, very solid and it also looks nice, I don't know how to describe it in English, you can see it on the photos.
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Best Budget Option for Toms!
wide eyes 16.10.2021
I bought some of these, along with a couple other budget/standard mic options, to experiment and perfect my home studio drum sound. These won, hands down, for toms. The mic's frequency response is perfect for toms, and I didn't have to do much processing in the mix to feel content. They are bigger than I expected, and can handle bass very well, so I've been using one on my bass cabinet as well.
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J. Bacelar 23.10.2019
It really surprise me the versatility of this mic. Strong steel housing, good enough sound quality for a medium dynamic membrane. Surprisingly good for tenor sax, some vocals. I use it for my all around case for sound checks and auxiliary jobs.
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Fantastic value!
Mike9617 25.03.2014
I bought this microphone thinking that it would be okay but not outstanding. It was very inexpensive and because of this I didn't expect much, I was wrong! Even though the bass drum I was using was very small,16 inches diameter, the microphone managed to capture plenty of low-end and attack.
The bass drum itself is a small jazz drum, it has no padding whatsoever and is double skinned without a hole. I thought this may be a problem as it is much easier to Mic a bass drum which is well damped and single skinned. In this case I wanted a rock type sound so I placed a padded coat over the front of the bass drum and placed the mic about 8 cm from this. It gave a lovely deep sound and I found it very suitable for this type of music.
If you are on a budget I strongly recommend this microphone!
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