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CAD e60 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
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One of Al Di Meola's two favorite acoustic guitar mics for live performance, the Equitek e60 Cardioid Condenser Microphone has externally-biased poin...Read More
One of Al Di Meola's two favorite acoustic guitar mics for live performance, the Equitek e60 Cardioid Condenser Microphone has externally-biased point-source transduction with a high-power transformerless drive in a bulletproof road-ready housing. Take it on tour for high-impact instrumentation. Features include three-frequency hi-pass filter, 10dB attenuator and integral stand clamp. The microphone's applications include acoustic instrument, guitar cabinets, bass cabinets, strings, piano, cymbals/overheads, kick drum, snare drum, hi-hat.
24V or 48V phantom power required.
Multipurpose mic you can take on tour for high-impact instrumentation.
- Operating Principle: Externally-biased condenser
- Polar Pattern: Cardioid
- Frequency Response:30Hz to 20KHz
- Sensitivity: -41dBV (8.9mV) @ 1 Pa
- Impedance: 300 ohms
- Max SPL: 140dB, 1% THD, attenuator engaged
- Self Noise: 22dBA
- Hi-pass Filter: 40Hz, 85Hz and 122Hz, 6dB/oct
- Attenuator: 10dB
- Power Requirements: P24, P48, 2mA
Mic your acoustic guitar like Al Di Meola! Order your CAD e 60 today!
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Comments about CAD e60 Cardioid Condenser Microphone:
...and it only has an issue with vocals because it doesn't have enough internal filtering (so it needs a pop filter).I've used it on choirs, guitars, and percussion so far. No reason it wouldn't work well with brass, as drum OH, or in front of an accordion.It's a clean, quiet, flat meduim diaphragm condenser that uses the equitech circuitry to stay well controlled and honest.I haven't used them live much, but the rear rejection seems good.