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Designed for kick drums and other low-frequency instruments!

The D6 is an American-made instrument microphone designed for live and studio performance. Characterized with a cardioid pick-up pattern and a frequency response of 30Hz-15kHz, the D6 instrument mic is an ideal choice for kick drum, bass cabs, and other instruments requiring low-frequency reproduction.

The Audix mic comes in a transformerless design, low impedance, and a balanced output allows interference-free performance even with long cable runs. The D6 mic, a one-piece body precision machined from solid aluminum, consists of a durable hard coat anodized finish.

FEATURES
Applications:
  • Live Stage - Coffeehouse to stadium
  • Kick drum, floor tom, djembe, cajon acoustic bass, electric bass cabs
  • Studio - any instrument requiring precise low frequency
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Transducer Type: Dynamic
  • Frequency Response: 30Hz - 15kHz
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Output Impedance: 200 Ohms
  • Sensitivity: 2.2 mV @ 80Hz
  • Capsule Technology: VLM Type E
  • Off Axis Rejection: >20dB
  • Maximum SPL: 144dB
  • Cable/Connector: 3-pin gold-plated male XLR connector
  • Polarity: Positive voltage on pin 2 relative to pin 3 of output XLR connector
  • Housing: Machined Aluminum
  • Weight: 7.7oz. / 217g
  • Finish: Black Anodize
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AudixD6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic
 
4.6

(based on 26 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (20)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good audio (15)
  • Compact (14)
  • Durable (14)
  • Easy to use (11)
  • Versatile (6)

Cons

  • Limited functions (3)

Best Uses

  • Performances (13)
  • Outdoor events / games (12)
  • Home studio (9)
  • Professional recording (7)
  • Amateur recording (6)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (10), Professional musician (7)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Mixed feelings after 5 years

Looking for a professional kick mic back in 2007, I explored my options within the ~$200 range. I was leaning towards a D112 and a youtube video inspired my confidence in the D6....Read complete review

Looking for a professional kick mic back in 2007, I explored my options within the ~$200 range. I was leaning towards a D112 and a youtube video inspired my confidence in the D6.

Since then I've used the D6 on two albums and several applications within the studio. After five years here are my thoughts for you :

If you are looking for a set-and-forget mic for the kick drum, this should be your go-to. It is pre-EQ'ed and (in the proper position) has a very snappy and thick sound. The EQ curvature (without looking at a chart) seems to cut the mids and gives you a great hard rock/metal kick sound. A lot of beater. Some folks hate this mic for that reason. It almost seems like a preset. Granted if you do not use your head at all and expect that sound out of the box you are mistaken. There is some thinking and proper placement required; although not much experimentation is required to achieve a useable sound.

Unfortunately this is also its downfall. It seems to have one sound, which it does well, but versatility is not one of its strong capabilities. BECAUSE it is Pre-EQ'ed out of the box, it makes changing the tonality in recordings or on the board especially difficult. If you are looking for a mic to shape and EQ, DEFINITELY look elsewhere.

For what it is, it's a good application mic. It is not versatile, but it does one thing very well. I have grown tired of the 'one sound' that I get out of the mic, and may soon be looking elsewhere. I may have to put some thought in since my D6 and I have bonded well.

One thing is for sure - nobody has complained about their kick sound from the recording booth. :-)

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Jury still out.

I am comparing the D6 to the beta 52, D112 for context. Compared to the other two the D6 is a very easy mic to place in a kick drum due to it's compact...Read complete review

I am comparing the D6 to the beta 52, D112 for context. Compared to the other two the D6 is a very easy mic to place in a kick drum due to it's compact size. I selected this for my latest recording after performing a side by side comparison with the other two. I found it to have more low end and just seemed beefier.

During mixdown I started to notice that it was very hard to EQ and it's presence in the mix was elusive. Most people refer to the "click" or "punch" of kick drum for note articulation or definition. That was also very hard to obtain. I had to perform some drastic boosts at 60 Hz (around 10dB at a Q of 1.4) and 5.4 KHz (around 13dB at a Q of 1.0). This was way more than the other two mics require and I had to change a huge chunk of my process to get there.

Eventually I was able to get the kick to fall into place and it sounds pretty good. Tight low end and a nice subtle articulation that isn't too "clicky" and allows for decent definition between strokes.

The bottom line for me is that it was good, not great. I was expecting more after all of the "rave reviews" i read before purchace. The hype is just that, hype. I suggest you try one before you buy one. I have been doing this for 30 years and have always used what i could afford and what a studio has. I have used $3000.00 Neuman tube condensers and an SM57 to mic and record. It's all about placement and tuning. The Neuman was garbage in the kick. The SM57 blew it away.

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(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Jury still out.

By canadayjack

from oceanside, ca

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Compact
  • Durable
  • Ease Of Placement
  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Muddy
  • Pricey / Poor Value

Best Uses

  • Events
  • Home Studio

Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

I am comparing the D6 to the beta 52, D112 for context. Compared to the other two the D6 is a very easy mic to place in a kick drum due to it's compact size. I selected this for my latest recording after performing a side by side comparison with the other two. I found it to have more low end and just seemed beefier.

During mixdown I started to notice that it was very hard to EQ and it's presence in the mix was elusive. Most people refer to the "click" or "punch" of kick drum for note articulation or definition. That was also very hard to obtain. I had to perform some drastic boosts at 60 Hz (around 10dB at a Q of 1.4) and 5.4 KHz (around 13dB at a Q of 1.0). This was way more than the other two mics require and I had to change a huge chunk of my process to get there.

Eventually I was able to get the kick to fall into place and it sounds pretty good. Tight low end and a nice subtle articulation that isn't too "clicky" and allows for decent definition between strokes.

The bottom line for me is that it was good, not great. I was expecting more after all of the "rave reviews" i read before purchace. The hype is just that, hype. I suggest you try one before you buy one. I have been doing this for 30 years and have always used what i could afford and what a studio has. I have used $3000.00 Neuman tube condensers and an SM57 to mic and record. It's all about placement and tuning. The Neuman was garbage in the kick. The SM57 blew it away.

Be cautious.

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Mixed feelings after 5 years

By Wooooooo

from South Dakota

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Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Compact
  • Durable
  • Pre-equalized

Cons

  • Limited Functions
  • One trick pony
  • Pre-equalized

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio

Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

Looking for a professional kick mic back in 2007, I explored my options within the ~$200 range. I was leaning towards a D112 and a youtube video inspired my confidence in the D6.

Since then I've used the D6 on two albums and several applications within the studio. After five years here are my thoughts for you :

If you are looking for a set-and-forget mic for the kick drum, this should be your go-to. It is pre-EQ'ed and (in the proper position) has a very snappy and thick sound. The EQ curvature (without looking at a chart) seems to cut the mids and gives you a great hard rock/metal kick sound. A lot of beater. Some folks hate this mic for that reason. It almost seems like a preset. Granted if you do not use your head at all and expect that sound out of the box you are mistaken. There is some thinking and proper placement required; although not much experimentation is required to achieve a useable sound.

Unfortunately this is also its downfall. It seems to have one sound, which it does well, but versatility is not one of its strong capabilities. BECAUSE it is Pre-EQ'ed out of the box, it makes changing the tonality in recordings or on the board especially difficult. If you are looking for a mic to shape and EQ, DEFINITELY look elsewhere.

For what it is, it's a good application mic. It is not versatile, but it does one thing very well. I have grown tired of the 'one sound' that I get out of the mic, and may soon be looking elsewhere. I may have to put some thought in since my D6 and I have bonded well.

One thing is for sure - nobody has complained about their kick sound from the recording booth. :-)

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Killer Bass Drum Mic

By Rocker59801

from MT

Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

I have been using AKG D112's for years and really like them. The Audix D6 kicks the D112. I put the D6 inside of the drum close to the batter head and adjust the distance to taste. Very little EQ required and get a bass drum sound that has both definition and punch. The D6 requires more gain on the trim. After listening to recordings of the same kit I find that I prefer the D6 every time.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good Mic

By Magoon67

from Saint johnsbury, VT

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Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

For those of you that like that kick sound that has a smooth click and captures the resonance of the kick drum, check this mic out. I was using a Shure Beta 52 before a friend of mine convinced me to try this mic. The Beta 52 did a good job, but I had to fight with it quite a bit with our kick drum. There was nothing wrong with our kick, I just think it was the wrong mic for this particular one. The first time I used the D6, I set it in the center of kick, by default, aimed it at the beater with no EQ or compression and started from there. It sounded great. I was really quite surprised at how good the sound was to begin with. There was a little too much bottom so I moved it closer to the beater and added a little compression and I was done. It required very little EQ.I have yet to try the D6 in a live setting. Looking forward to getting the chance soon.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I just love this Mic!

By drumatune

from north carolina

About Me Professional Musician

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Compact
  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • Great Mic Small And Compa
  • Lightweight
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

    everyone doing sound or recording needs to add this mic to their collection.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great bass drum mic

    By gscdrummer

    from South Carolina

    About Me Professional Musician

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    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Compact
    • Durable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Events
      • Performances

      Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

      Used this mic for a 22" kick at church for a couple of years, now have it mounted on a Kelly SHU inside a 16" kick that I use for most gigs. Never given me a problem, sound guys love it. Amamzing what kind of sound we get with a 16" kick when the sound system sub is cranked! Over time I will buy more and mount inside every kick drum I have for use on live applications.

      (2 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      One-kick-pony

      By Wooooooo

      from South Dakota

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      Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

      I have a love/hate relationship with this mic. On some bass drums, like my old Yamaha YD, I was able to get a very decent kick sound pointing it right at the port hole. Granted, I had to pull it back about 2-3 feet to get a full sound with plenty of "click", otherwise the sound was woofy. And forget about sticking it inside of a bass drum, this mic just doesn't work that way. On my new Yamaha kit with better shells, this mic doesn't do very much justice to the wonderful sound of the kick. Pulling it back enhances the click but enhances the bleed, while moving it in closer gives me a tremendous woof sound. Needless to say it's very hard to get something usable in a short amount of time. My last record was recorded with this mic but I think after this next project I will be trading it for a D112. It's not that I'm lazy, I'm just tired of spending hours trying to get a great kick sound and then more hours EQ'ing and Gating afterward to get what I'm looking for!

      (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Weird-Sounding Mic

      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

      This mic is DEFINITELY contoured for 1 type of sound. Ridiculously bassy with a presence peak that is really up there. Like 6kHz+ which leaves a good part of the beater sound scooped out! Be prepared to do some serious Hi-Pass (low cut) on this baby if you want more than just woof to come through the mix and you want your finished recording to be anywhere near commercial volume. Maybe mine was broken but I just couldn't use the thing except 1 time when the kick drum was really lifeless and thin sounding (I wasn't hired to tech the kit). Every other time I tried it, I had to scratch my head... a Beta 52 sounds much more turn-key and the PR40?... Forget about it. If you want the drum to sound like a DRUM, stay away from this mic. BUT if you mic really quick, tight and/or muffle kicks, this may actually be your optimal solution. I gave it a 3 overall because a tool's a tool and you can't have too many options at your disposal... Don't buy this as a first kick mic!!!!!

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Just Own It

      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

      I Use this mic live and have also recorded with it.Its a fantastic mic for kick drum. It has a built in curve tailored for the kick that reduces or eliminates any need for EQ. No need to find sweet spot. The AKG D112 will give a wider response but usually requires perfect placement and alot of EQ'ing. The D6 will make a bad kick sound good and good kick sound better with minimal effort. If you're a drummer or a sound man,.. you should own this mic.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Super kick mic

      By Old Rocker Dude

      from WNC

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      Pros

      • Clear Sound
      • Compact
      • Durable
      • Easy To Use
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

        This mic is the best kick mic I have ever heard or used. It truly is pre-EQ'd to give the sound you'd expect to get from a professional front of house soundman. And it's easy to insert into a port unlike the AKG D112 and the Beta 52. I ran the D6 completely flat on the mixer EQ, ran it through a compressor / gate and it sounds awesome. Chest thumping, ground shakin lows with just the right amount of "chick" for modern rock. Unbeatable!! Get it! Made and assembled in the USA

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Goodnight competitors

        By Wooooooo

        from South Dakota

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        Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

        This microphone smokes the kick drum competition in almost every concieveable way. When I got this thing in the mail, I was a teeny-tiny bit skeptical of the negative marks that it's "only for speed metal", and "has attack but not low end", etc. I recorded a pass on my Yamaha kit and burned it onto a disc, threw it in my car, and the sound from my kick drum FILLED my car. Just took charge. I hadn't even spent maybe 1 minute tweaking mic position - this thing sounds terrific in almost any spot and is relatively versatile enough to place strategically for a different sound. For the price, it's a steal. Bye bye Shure and AKG.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        The best kick mic out there!

        By Ariel Sanchez

        from New York

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        Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

        I've used the samson Q kick, the shure beta 52 and the akg d112. To me, this is the best kick my i've tried so far. Basically cause it's focused for recording rock drums. Lot's of lows and highs with a nice mid scoop. There's no way you'll get it wrong with this baby! I LOVE IT!!!

         
        5.0

        Would I buy it again? No, I already have two!

        By Dic

        from Maryland

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        Pros

        • Clear Sound
        • Durable

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Events
          • Live sound on kick drums and floor toms
          • Performances

          Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

          Live sound on kick and floor tom. Great sound. The band noticed and they never notice anything.

           
          4.0

          Good sturdy kick drum mic

          By Gander

          from Florida

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          Pros

          • Clear Sound
          • Compact
          • Durable

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Performances

            Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

            This mic is pretty much as advertised: a good sturdy mic for kick drum applications. I don't really have any complaints and I'm using the mic regularly, but, I do find that I have to turn the gain up pretty high on it to get the thump that bands expect on their kick. So perhaps a little more gain from the mic would be an improvement.

            (0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            "THE BEST MIC I NEVER TRIED TILL NOW"

            By JAY

            from MILLBROOK

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            Pros

            • 1 In Kick2-on Floor Toms
            • Clear Sound
            • Compact
            • Durable
            • Easy To Use
            • For Any Drum Even Snare
            • Great Resonse
            • Lightweight
            • Multiple Uses
            • Use For Many Instuments
            • Versatile

            Cons

            • Non

            Best Uses

            • All Drums
            • Amateur Recording
            • Events
            • Events Outdoors
            • Home Studio
            • Just about anything
            • Live
            • Low Freq Instuments
            • Performances
            • Pre Eqed Great Sound
            • Professional Recording
            • Recording

            Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

            I CAN'T BELIEVE I WAITED TO TRY THESE MIC'S. I HAVE USED THE SHURE BETA52 AND AKG BASS MIC'S,AND I HAVE HAD TO DO SO MUCH TO GET A GOOD FULL SOUND. BOUGHT 1 MOUNTED IT ON MY KELLY SHU INTERNAL MIC MOUNT INSIDE KICK DRUM. AFTER REMOVING A SHURE BETA52, WHOA!!!! THIS THING IS THE BEST MIC I'VE HEARD IN A KICK.I BOUGHT 2 MORE AND PUT 1 ON EACH FLOOR TOM,AFTER REMOVING MY SHURE BETA56'S.ICAN;T BELIEVE THE LOW END THESE PUT OUT,BLEW ME AWAY. I TRIED ONE ON MY SNARE,IT SOUNDED GREAT ALSO.I WILL OUTFIT MY WHOLE KIT WITH THIS MIC.BUT A D4 ON MY RACK TOMS DUE TO SPACE.THEY SOUND ABSOLUTLEY A CUT ABOVE THE REST. NEVER THOUGHT I'DE BE USING BASS DRUM MIC'S ON MY SNARE.I'DE GO WITH A SHURE BETA 52 OR SM57 IF MICKING A BASS GUITAR CAB,THOUGH YOU CAN GET MORE BOOMY BASS OUT OF THOSE.BUT THESE EVEN SOUND GREAT ON BASS CABS. YOU CAN JUST GET MORE OVER ALL BASS SOUND CHOICES OUT OF THE SHURES ON BASS CABS USING A COMPRESSOR OF COURSE.I GOT A AUDIX OM2 VOCAL MIC,I CAN'T BELIEVE I NEVER TRIED THESE BEFORE.I ENDED UP BUY 2 MORE AND A OM5.I USE THE AUDIX I5'S ON ALOT OF GUITAR CABS,CYMBALS,MY SNARE SOMETIMES.I EVEN USE THE D6 & I5 TOGETHER AND MIX THEM TO GET A GREAT SNARE SOUND,IF YOU HAVE THE ROOM AROUND YOUR SNARE. EVERY MIC I'M USING IS AUDIX NOW EXCEPT SHURE SM57 AT CERTIAN TIMES FOR DIFFERENT INSRUMENTS. BUT MOST ALL MY SHURE BETA 58'D 56'S 52'S ARE IN A BOX JUST AS FOR GUY'S THAT WANT A CERTIAN SOUND. I HAVE A FEW AKG D5 MIC'S FOR CERTIAN VOCALIST VIOCES,AND A SENNHEISER E945 FOR SOME CERTIAN SINGERS.I'VE HAD VOCALIST USE THE OM5 AND PUT THE SENNHEISER E945 BACK UP.THEY EVEN SOUND GOOD ON VOCALS FOR ALOT OF PEOPLE,JUST DEPENDS ON WHAT TYPE OF SOUND YOU LIKE.BUT THIS IS THE MY GO TO MIC. AND SHOULD BE YOURS. GET ONE AND TRY IT. BEST INSIDE A BASS DRUM 3-4" AWAY FROM THE SPOT THE PEDAL BEATERS HIT.YOU'LL BE AMAZED. SO GO GET ONE AND SEE FOR YOUR SELF,HOW GREAT THESE MIC'S ARE. YOU WON'T REGRET IT!!!

             
            5.0

            Audix D6

            By Mark

            from Buffalo Lake Mn.

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            Pros

              Cons

              • none

              Best Uses

              • Live

              Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

              Came in original box. Looks new. Works great!

              (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              2.0

              Kick drum, not so much..

              By Drummer Bart

              from Northlake, TX

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              Pros

                Cons

                • Breaks Easily
                • Poor Sound Quality
                • Unreliable

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

                  I bought this several years back and have tried and tried, over three bands and nobody has been able to even get this sounding reasonable. After blowing out the initial two, I realized it needed to be hung inside the kick using a Kelly SHU mount. This mic has just sounded awful no matter what/where we've tried it and I've always just ended up shoving a 57 or 58 in there instead. I have a Cajon drum and I'm kinda curious what it would sound like with that. If that doesn't work, I'll be selling this one for sure.

                   
                  5.0

                  Instant improvement

                  By Bryan316

                  from Detroit

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                  Pros

                  • Clear Sound
                  • Compact
                  • Easy To Use
                  • Versatile

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Amateur Recording
                    • Events
                    • Performances
                    • Professional Recording

                    Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

                    I didn't touch anything. I didn't dial this in. I didn't make adjustments. All I did, was swap mics, and we immediately heard what we liked and liked what we heard. This is a very drastic improvement. I truly regret not getting this mic years ago.

                    If you have an el-cheapo drum mic package with an okay kick drum mic, use this D6 for your kick drum instead. Then you can dedicate your old kick drum mic for your floor tom. You'll improve your boom all the way around.

                    I can't imagine how good this will sound for bass cab recording. I think I'm gonna love using this mic!

                     
                    5.0

                    Great Mic !!!

                    By www.cindersoundproductions.com

                    from Macon, Ga

                    About Me Professional Musician

                    Pros

                    • Clear Sound
                    • Compact
                    • Durable
                    • Easy To Use
                    • Good audio

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Home Studio
                      • Performances
                      • Professional Recording

                      Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

                      Great mic for studio or LIVE performances. paid full price for my first one, got a second with the stupid deal of the day. My favorite for kick drum, floor tom, of even to mic and record a bass cab.

                       
                      5.0

                      Great Kick Mic, especially for the money

                      By Steve

                      from New Mexico

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                      Pros

                      • Clear Sound
                      • Compact
                      • Durable
                      • Easy To Use
                      • Flat response
                      • Versatile

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Events
                        • Performances

                        Comments about Audix D6 Sub Impulse Kick Drum Mic:

                        Usually like to use a Shure Beta Kick Mic, but we needed one, and this Audix came up as the SDOTD at a great price. So, we snatched it up, and have been nothing but impressed with it since taking it out of the box. Great, flat response, very little tweaking needed to get the sound we wanted out of it. If you want an easy to use kick mic, this is the one. Solid as a tank, yet small and lightweight... LOVE it!

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