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Audix Micro-D Mini Clip-on Condenser Drum Microphone
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The Audix Micro-D Mini Clip-On Condenser Drum Mic's 140dB SPL handling makes it an especially good microphone for drums and speaker cabinets. The Mic...Read More
The Audix Micro-D Mini Clip-On Condenser Drum Mic's 140dB SPL handling makes it an especially good microphone for drums and speaker cabinets. The Micro-D can be used with 3 types of specialized clips and 2 interchangeable capsules (hypercardioid capsule standard; optional cardioid). With a very smooth response curve from 40Hz-20kHz, the Audix Micro-D is lightweight and compact. Aluminum ring housing with rubber shockmount system. Operates on phantom power of 9-52V. The clip-on mic comes with phantom power adapter, integral D-Vice clamp, cable, windscreen, and carrying pouch. Low-noise circuitry and balanced low-impedance out provide quiet performance, even with long cables.
Pre-polarized condenser mic designed for a broad range of applications.
- 40Hz-20kHz frequency range
- Hypercardioid pattern (Optional cardioid capsule available)
- 250 ohm output impedance
- 5mV open circuit sensitivity
- 24dB (A weighted) equivalent noise level
- 70dB S/N ratio
- 9-52V phantom power
- 140dB maximum SPL
The perfect companion for drummers, percussionists, and studios. Order today.
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Comments about Audix Micro-D Mini Clip-on Condenser Drum Microphone:
These mics have a great size in that they are very small, so not too easy to accidentally hit with sticks. I have used these in a very large concert setting with excellent results after being gated and compressed. The sound quality is comparable to e604's or sm57s. The downside to these mics are that the cables are a very small built in cable, with an xlr connection on the output side. If a cable shorts out, good luck finding the short or replacing it, you would not be able to just switch cables in a concert setting, you would have to replace the mic in the setup altogether.