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CAD M177 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
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Externally-biased large-diaphragm transduction, high-power electronics, and legendary CAD industrial profile. Your tracks will shine with a blend of ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Smooth, warm condenser sound at an astounding price.
Externally-biased large-diaphragm transduction, high-power electronics, and legendary CAD industrial profile. Your tracks will shine with a blend of classic tone and futuristic punch. The M177 condenser microphone features include hi-pass filter and attenuator. Swivel mount, elastic shockmount and carrying case included. P24 (24V) or P48 (48V) phantom power required.
Studio vocals, voice-over, choir, orchestra, acoustic instrument, guitar cabinets, bass cabinets, strings, piano, cymbals/overheads.
M177 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
- Operating Principle: Externally-biased condenser
- Polar Pattern: Cardioid
- Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20KHz
- Sensitivity: -36dBV (16mV) @ 1 Pa
- Impedance: 200 ohms
- Max SPL: 143dB, 1% THD, attenuator engaged
- Self Noise: 10dBA
- Hi-pass Filter: 100Hz, 6dB/oct
- Attenuator: 10dB
- Power Requirements: P24, P48, 8mA
- Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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This is the best mic you can buy for the money. It is good for just about everything. I use it for micing toms on my kit. I have used alot of mics for my kit and these are my favorite by far.
This by far is one of the best values for your money. I use the M177 with an Art MPA Gold preamp, and a dbx 266xl comp. gate directly into my recording setup. I have used many mics and this is my workhorse. Great for warm, clean, and clear vocals. Buy it!
This is a professional-grade product that outperforms cheap Chinese competitors. It is a triumph of American ingenuity and craftsmanship. It features even-coverage of the entire frequency spectrum with excellent dynamic graduation. The mic itself is heavy, weighing about 1 lb.This is not a cheap "budget" mic, but is a professional-grade device, weighing about 1 lb. and featuring mostly metal in its parts, not cheap Chinese plastic. I cannot think of any negatives, esp. for the price - which is cheaper than some inferior mics.
This is probably the first budget mic I've used that sounds the way the manufacturer describes it. Very smooth, natural, almost ribbon-like microphone. I hardly have to EQ acoustic guitars and vocals with this mic. Get these while they're cheap!