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AKG D 2300 S Handheld Dynamic Microphone
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The AKG D 2300 S Handheld Dynamic Mic has a uniform hypercardioid pattern that resists feedback with boosted mids and highs for crisp instrumental re...Read More
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Rugged dynamic hypercardioid mic for onstage instrumental and vocal pickup.
The AKG D 2300 S Handheld Dynamic Mic has a uniform hypercardioid pattern that resists feedback with boosted mids and highs for crisp instrumental reproduction and improved speech intelligibility. High-energy neodymium iron-boron magnet provides exceptional sensitivity (2mV/Pa). Inner pop filter can be removed for cleaning or replacement. Doubleflex shockmounting in the mic capsule assembly places primary resonance of the moving system well below the audible range, resulting in excellent isolation of handling and cable-induced noises. Lightweight die-cast zinc alloy microphone body with dark matte finish. Recessed noise-free on/off switch.
- Designed for instrumental and vocal onstage performance
- Frequency independent hypercardioid pattern for added immunity to feedback
- Very low handling noise from Doubleflex isolation system
- High sensitivity from high-energy neodymium iron-boron magnet
- Lightweight body
- Replaceable inner pop filter
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These mics sound really clear, do not feedback and they are a great deal.
I have six of these. They're a little bright for my taste as far as vocals go. A little EQ (high shelf cut) and you can make them sound reasonable for that application. Thus, if you're recording on a budget, they're a good choice, but if you're recording, there are a number of mics for not too much more that are probably better choices---AT2020, Studio Projects B1/B3, Nady RSM-2....In my opinion, they'd be great for live stage work. They'd really make up for the half deaf guy behind the sound board turning the treble half-way down---you know the one I'm talking about.... They're surprisingly lightweight, given the sound quality. This is a good thing when you're carrying a dozen of them in a gig case. :-)Anyway, I'm using five of these things---four on my toms, one on snare, mounted with CAD DSM-1 mounts (MF#270770) on the underside of the drums. I get relatively good isolation and a nice response curve that really brings out the tone of my toms.