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Audio-Technica ATM250 Hypercardioid Dynamic Instrument Microphone  

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    A natural with high SPLs, the new ATM250 hypercardioid dynamic is tailored for kick drum, percussion, brass and other highly dynamic instruments. Its rich, warm low-frequency response gives the microphone excellent presence. The Audio Technica microphone is equipped with a rare earth neodymium magnet and a tight hypercardioid polar pattern. Includes a professional isolation clamp to provide secure mounting, versatile positioning and effective dampening of unwanted mechanical noise.

    Features

    • Handles very high SPL at close range
    • Big, warm low-frequency response with excellent presence
    • Hypercardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the sides and rear, improving isolation of desired sound source
    • Durable, proven performance for professional applications
    • Hi-Energy neodymium magnet for improved output and transient response
    • Superior off-axis rejection for maximum gain before feedback
    • Corrosion-resistant contacts from gold-plated XLRM-type connector
    • Rugged, all-metal design and construction for years of trouble-free use
     

    ATM250 Hypercardioid Dynamic Instrument Microphone Specifications:

    • Element: Dynamic
    • Polar pattern: Hypercardioid
    • Frequency response: 40-15,000 hz
    • Open circuit sensitivity: —54 db (1.9 mv) re 1v at 1 pa
    • Impedance: 600 ohms
    • Weight: 252 g (8.9 oz)
    • Dimensions: 127.5 mm (5.02") long, 55.0 mm (2.17") diameter
    • Output connector: Integral 3-pin XLRM-type
    • Accessories furnished: AT8471 isolation clamp for 5/8"-27 threaded stands; 5/8"-27 to 3/8"-16 threaded adapter; soft protective pouch
    • Audio-technica case style: R9
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    Audio-TechnicaATM250 Hypercardioid Dynamic Instrument Microphone
     
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    2.0

    No high end.

    By Sam D.-xxoms

    from Burbank CA

    Comments about Audio-Technica ATM250 Hypercardioid Dynamic Instrument Microphone:

    I know most people are using this mic for kick drum. In my acoustic band, our washtub bass player has tried this mic in studio and live situations both inside and outside the tub with little success. Live, at a few inches from the stage floor it proved to be a bass feedback nightmare, and in the studio only passed the bass fundamental notes, cutting off all of the higher harmonics of the metal tub.

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    3.0

    Disappointed, there are better choices . . .

    By Tuco

    from California

    Comments about Audio-Technica ATM250 Hypercardioid Dynamic Instrument Microphone:

    Generally, I like A-T products, but this one just doesn't perform as well as competing products like the Beyer M88, EV RE-20/27, EV 868, or the Audix D6. Instead of the well-defined "thump" I was looking for, I got more of an undifferentiated bass tone. Perhaps that's why there are a flood of used ATM250's out there, even though this product has not been on the market for long. The ATM250's are designed in Japan, but made in China -- while the high-end A-T mics are made in Japan -- a little detail I didn't notice until it was too late. I eventually ended up with an EV 868, which sounds great. My first choice was the Beyer M88, which I've used and loved, but it was over my budget.

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