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A true condenser microphone with a contemporary design and excellent performance characteristics.
The Audix CX-112 is a single-patterned cardioid condenser microphone that serves in a variety of applications. With a rich, full-bodied sound delivered by its 1-inch gold sputtered capsule the CS-112 is a mic that is suited for project studios, professional audio production, and live stage performances.
Delivering a smooth uniform frequency response from 20 Hz - 20 kHz, the CX-112 microphone is equipped with switches for 10 dB pad and a bass roll-off. With 10 dB pad engaged, the Audix CX-112 is capable of sound pressure levels of 145 dB, allowing you to use this microphone successfully on everything from subtle acoustic instruments in a studio to screaming guitar cabs on a concert stage.
The Audix CX-112 has discreet low noise preamp circuitry, and operates on phantom power of 48-52 volts. For optimum resultsuse the CX-112 microphone with a high quality mic preamplifier and premium quality microphone cable.
Studio vocals, lead and backing
Ambient room mic
Bells, chimes, marimba, vibes
Acoustic instruments (piano, sax, strings, guitar, flute)
Electric guitar cabs
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Comments about Audix CX112 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone:
For the money, not a bad mic. I own three, and two make a killer acoustic guitar stereo rig, but for vocals, it's a little lacking. As long as you're up close, it's great. If your vocal level gets loud, it WILL distort. If you back away in order to avoid distortion, you lose all your warm tones and bottom end. Not for professional studio vocals.