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AKG D 8000 with Cable and Stand
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This AKG D 8000 package includes one AKG D8000, a 20" XLR mic cable and a tripod mic stand for one incredibly low price. AKG D 8000 S Dynamic Hyperca...Click To Read More About This Product
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A simple, affordable mic setup.
This AKG D 8000 package includes one AKG D8000, a 20" XLR mic cable and a tripod mic stand for one incredibly low price.
AKG D 8000 S Dynamic Hypercardioid Microphone
The ruggedly designed, feedback-fighting AKG D 8000 S Dynamic Hypercardioid Microphone excels on vocals and instruments. It has a smooth, uniform response with an internal pop filter that's removable for cleaning. The AKG D 8000 S microphone also features very low handling noise plus a recessed, noise-free on/off switch. Mic stand adapter included. 70Hz- 20kHz frequency response.
- Rugged construction with heavy-duty steel screen and integral frame support
- Feedback-fighting hypercardioid model
- Smooth, uniform response
- Internal pop filter's removable for cleaning
- Very low handling noise
- Recessed, noise-free on/off switch
- Stand adapter included
Order this trio for your next gig!
- Polar pattern: Hypercardioid
- Frequency range: 70-20kHz
- Sensitivity: 2,0 mV/Pa
- Equivalent noise level: 20dBA
- Max sound pressure level for 1/3% THD: 140/150dB SPL
- Electrical Impedance: 1,200?
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Comments about AKG D 8000 with Cable and Stand:
I know there are Mic/Stand packages for less, but this one was certainly worth the extra money. I am very satisfied.
Everything was as advertised, worked fine.
Stand is solidly constructed, and I was pleasantly surprised by the sound quality of the microphone. Haven't taken it on stage yet, but just recording some tracks to walk the mic through its paces sounded surprisingly good for the cost. I was planning on using this for on stage use, but it sounded good enough that it might make an appearance in the studio. Microphone cable seemed to have good soldering, connections were tight.
For the price, you can't go wrong. The mic stand alone is worth at least half that, so why not spend a little extra and get the mic thrown in. Worst case, you have an extra mic for backup vocals or misc assignment.