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Audix F-12 Fusion Drum/Instrument Microphone
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The Audix f12 Fusion Microphone has a versatile design suitable for miking bass drum, floor toms, or deeper-toned hand drums from tumbas to djembes. ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Fat, punchy low-end response.
The Audix f12 Fusion Microphone has a versatile design suitable for miking bass drum, floor toms, or deeper-toned hand drums from tumbas to djembes. A great mic for bass cabs, too. The f12 mic has a dynamic, cardioid, pattern tailored with a low-end boost to produce a fat, punchy sound. Durable die-cast zinc housing.
- Application: kick drum, floor tom, and djembes, and other lower-toned hand drums
- Extended low-end response for fat, punchy sound
- Dynamic transducer
- Cardioid polar pattern
- Double-dome capsule technology
- Die-cast zinc housing
- Black e-coat finish
- Includes clip
- One-year warranty
Audix quality at a price you can afford. And the versatility you need. You can probably put several to work. Put 'em in your cart right now.
- Frequency range: 40Hz -10kHz
- Maximum SPL: 135dB
- Output impedance: 250 ohms
- Open circuit sensitivity: 2.1 mV/Pa
- Off-axis rejection: >20 dB
- Weight: 7.4 oz.
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This is a wonderful mic for the bass drum or your floor toms that you wish to get a powerful response from...while it does take a little work to position properly....once you do you will be more than satisfied with the results...nothing like a D-6 of course but it serves its purpose and does it well
I purchased this mic roughly 8 months ago and have used it almost every weekend since and have never had any issues with it other than sounding great! I have it mounted on a Mays internal shock mount in my bass drum and it pounds. I highly recommend this and other Audix equipment for sure. Can't go wrong here.