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CAD M177 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
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Externally-biased large-diaphragm transduction, high-power electronics, and legendary CAD industrial profile. Your tracks will shine with a blend of ...Read More
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Smooth, warm condenser sound at an astounding price.
Externally-biased large-diaphragm transduction, high-power electronics, and legendary CAD industrial profile. Your tracks will shine with a blend of classic tone and futuristic punch. The M177 condenser microphone features include hi-pass filter and attenuator. Swivel mount, elastic shockmount and carrying case included. P24 (24V) or P48 (48V) phantom power required.
Studio vocals, voice-over, choir, orchestra, acoustic instrument, guitar cabinets, bass cabinets, strings, piano, cymbals/overheads.
M177 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
- Operating Principle: Externally-biased condenser
- Polar Pattern: Cardioid
- Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20KHz
- Sensitivity: -36dBV (16mV) @ 1 Pa
- Impedance: 200 ohms
- Max SPL: 143dB, 1% THD, attenuator engaged
- Self Noise: 10dBA
- Hi-pass Filter: 100Hz, 6dB/oct
- Attenuator: 10dB
- Power Requirements: P24, P48, 8mA
- Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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This is the best mic you can buy for the money. It is good for just about everything. I use it for micing toms on my kit. I have used alot of mics for my kit and these are my favorite by far.
This is a professional-grade product that outperforms cheap Chinese competitors. It is a triumph of American ingenuity and craftsmanship. It features even-coverage of the entire frequency spectrum with excellent dynamic graduation. The mic itself is heavy, weighing about 1 lb.This is not a cheap "budget" mic, but is a professional-grade device, weighing about 1 lb. and featuring mostly metal in its parts, not cheap Chinese plastic. I cannot think of any negatives, esp. for the price - which is cheaper than some inferior mics.
This by far is one of the best values for your money. I use the M177 with an Art MPA Gold preamp, and a dbx 266xl comp. gate directly into my recording setup. I have used many mics and this is my workhorse. Great for warm, clean, and clear vocals. Buy it!
This is probably the first budget mic I've used that sounds the way the manufacturer describes it. Very smooth, natural, almost ribbon-like microphone. I hardly have to EQ acoustic guitars and vocals with this mic. Get these while they're cheap!