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Digital Reference DR-DRM7 7-Piece Drum Microphone Kit with Case

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The DR-DRM7 7-Piece Drum Mic Kit with Case features 4 DR-STX1 snare/tom mics, 2 DR-HX1 condenser mics, and 1 DR-KX1 kick drum mic. Also includes 4 sn...Click To Read More About This Product

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An expert selection of drum mics as only Audio-Technica does it.

The DR-DRM7 7-Piece Drum Mic Kit with Case features 4 DR-STX1 snare/tom mics, 2 DR-HX1 condenser mics, and 1 DR-KX1 kick drum mic. Also includes 4 snare/tom mic mounts, 2 mic clips, and a durable carrying case with foam insert.

The DR-STX1 Unidirectional Dynamic Snare/Tom Microphone is tailored for use on snare, toms and other highly dynamic instruments. Features road-ready, all-metal construction with an integral stand mount and compact size for many placement options.
Supplied with professional locking drum rim mount and integral XLRM-type output connector.

The DR-HX1 Condenser Microphone is a small-diaphragm, phantom-powered condenser mic that handles high SPLs with ease, and provides superior transient response for accurate reproduction of hi-hat, cymbals and overhead miking Durable, all-metal construction gives dependable performance on stage and in the studio. The unidirectional polar pattern reduces off-axis sounds. Includes stand mount, mic clip, and integral XLRM-type output connector.

Engineered for use on kick drum, the DR-KX1 Unidirectional Dynamic Kick Microphone is tuned for high-impact, low-frequency reproduction. Durable, all-metal construction with integral stand mount and a low-profile percussion-style design with an integral XLRM-type output connector.

Resilient microphone mounts reduce stage clutter with secure rim-mounting and versatile positioning.

The included durable carrying case has die-cut foam compartments and an integrated handle.

FEATURES
  • 4 DR-STX1 snare/tom mics
  • 2 DR-HX1 condenser mics
  • 1 DR-KX1 kick drum mic
  • Also includes snare/tom mic mounts, 2 mic clips, and a durable carrying case with foam insert.

All the mics you need to cover your whole set. Order today and get your sound out there!

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4.7

(based on 20 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Sure better than SHURE

I bought this set about 3 years ago, because it was all I could afford, so I expected crappy sound but I got the most professional sound ive ever heard, Im a total...Read complete review

I bought this set about 3 years ago, because it was all I could afford, so I expected crappy sound but I got the most professional sound ive ever heard, Im a total sound nut so I eq'ed these things for about an hour and I felt the bass drum, the floor toms were dark and hard, the rack tom sounded crisp and bassy and the snare sounded like cheff boyardee MMMMMM...MMMMMMM...GOOD, recently I thought I would upgrade and i bought a CAD set and was completely and utterly let down, even the condensers which are usually good no metter what brand, sounded like crap, like if they were in frint af an old boom box speaker, so I dug up my PRECIOUS AUDIO TECHNICA's and put em on the set I'm playing mow, and people ask me, is that a DW, or a pearl Master series, on SHURE mic's and I say NOPE its a DDRUM on Audio Technica's!!!

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Mics okay, clips break

These mics are durable and sound great. But I have BROKEN 7 of the mic clips! They arecheap and WILL NOT last. I have been playing 32 years and my kit has only...Read complete review

These mics are durable and sound great. But I have BROKEN 7 of the mic clips! They arecheap and WILL NOT last. I have been playing 32 years and my kit has only been moved 4 times since I bought them. You can be as gentle as you want... the clips are going to break!

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4.0

Worth every penny...here's why.

By Jordan Witham

from Springfield, MO

Here's how it goes... I know these aren't the best mics in the world, however, the fact that you even GET 7 of ANY kind of mic with clamps for 200 dollars is pretty much outstanding... but then I BOUGHT them..I'll admit, they take a bit more tweaking to get a perfect sound than expensive mics, however, I got a very good, professional sound from them, and I've been very happy with them.As well, I've been recording vocals with the condenser mics, and in my opinion they work far better than the SM58 I was using.Long story short, if you're on a budget or just need some mics to start a home studio, these things work great. Clamps alone cost about 25 dollars apiece, so again, for the price, it's worth it just to have them around as extra mics.

 
5.0

Great!!!! BUY THEM!!!!!!!!!!!

By Gbdrummer

from Wisconsin

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Went and bought them at my local music store last weekend. These mics are great for low budget recordings. I don't know anything about eq's or anything and they sound great. Cymbals sound good too. I have the mics in my "studio" and the clips are plastic and I can see them breaking on tour but if you keep them on they won't break if they're on right.

 
5.0

GREAT FOR THE PRICE

By Phillipmaz

from Washington

These are really good mics for the price! Toms sound good, snare sounds good, and overheads are good. Like others said, kick drum doesn't have a large enough diaphragm to pick up the boominess of the bass drum but it doesn't sound horrible. Overall they are a good set of mics if you are a beginner recording, doing some live stuff, or if you just don't have the money. If you have a few hundred dollars to spend you should go for an AKG D112 for the kick, Sennheiser 421's for the toms, Shure SM57 for the snare, and some AKG 451s for the overheads.

 
5.0

Great with vintage lo fi mixer preamps

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I'm recording my friends band and when my friend whipped these out I almost laughed like "come on man..." I soon ate my words. It might be the vintage board pre's but these things sound phenomenal. Here's the setup: These mics are on all the designated drums except the snare, thats a SM57, running through a Mackie DFX-12 Mixer for the phantom power, and then from the inserts in the board to an old Peavey PM8 mixer with gorgeous vintage sounding pre's. The condensers are run through the Mackie only and then the rest of the mics go directly to the PM-8. Were going for the old vintage pre sound. I don't know what these sound like run through a higher quality pre or a contemporary mixer on the shelf.

 
5.0

Great Mics

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Got these mics after having OSP mics (which are bottom of the line). I really like these mics a lot, the toms sound awesome. I didnt use one for the snare since I already had a SM57. I see people talking about the mic clips breaking but mine have held up fine and I have been using them for 6 months. Def a good buy

 
5.0

Drum mics

By thedrummer1

from Rixford, PA

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I bought these a little over a year ago and i haven't had any problems with the mics or the clips. Alot of ther reviews I read said their clips broke. Mine are still going strong. The mics sound pretty good but with some EQ adjustmens, they sound really good. I'm satisfied.

 
5.0

great mics, but . . .

By dObziLLa

from Nashville, TN

the mic mounts are to stiff and break. if it had a better kick mic, this pack would be awesome! same as the others. love the condensers are great, tom mics are pretty good, kick is ok..

 
5.0

Great mics for the price.

By Omegas66

from Surprise, AZ

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I bought three of this because I have a big drum set about six months ago, and I love them. But yeah the clamps are horrible, the first day I bought them I tried to install and one of the clamps broke. But the quality is AMAZING, the only thing I recomend is to get a better kick drum mic, or a mic pre amp, because it doesn't have that nice punch, but it still sound really good. I use two of the kick drum mics on my 14" and 16" floor toms, and they sound so nice. The overheads also sound incredible. I bought this thinking I was buying an ok product for starters, but I soon found out that it was very worth it, and I give it a 5 out 5.

 
5.0

pretty damn awesome for the money

By KustomStrat415

from Massachusettes

I got these around thanksgiving last year. I thought that these would sound average, but MAN was i wrong! these sound amazing and i would definitely recommend these to anyone. Only downside is the kick drum mic, it is either too quiet, or it clips, and it doesn't have the true KICK thud that it should. The overheads are great, sadly one of the 2 was stolen from me. BUY THIS, YOU WONT REGRET IT

 
5.0

Great mics for the money!!

By Baron with KAB-Fr6_y

from Seattle, WA

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I purchased this 7 mic set after using the smaller, four mic set with my band for about 6 months. For the price, they are excellent! The tom/snare mics are good, multi purpose mics, and the overheads are more than worth the price of the complete set. I've done several recordings at home and live with them, and they sound great on cymbals, and as an overall room mic for a complete drum kit. The kick mic is O.K., it can't quite handle the spl as an enterior drum mic, but works well as a second mic or outside the front head. I would rate them a FIVE overall, except for the kick mic, and that the tom mounts included tend to break easily. I snapped two the same night - what a pain...but otherwise, they are a terrific value!

 
4.0

these mics are pretty good for the price

By pereion

from south carolina

I use these mics for the first time today and was pleased at the sound. Just took a lil time to play with them and boom, they sound pretty good but the only thing I really don't like about these mics is the mic clamps. They'll work for a lil bit and then boom, the mics are sliding to the drum head while you're playing and thats sucks. But if you use mic stands then boom, you're back in the game. Pretty good for the price. I'm very impressed!

 
5.0

Great Value Pack

By ProDrummer85

from Undisclosed

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Reasons for buying...#1- Seven Microphones that come with a case and clamps are too good to be true at this price.#2 Mics are pretty good as well, not the greatest! But it is possible to get a great sound out of them. These are definately not garbage. #3 If you have many drums you can now hook em up :P

 
4.0

Your Daddy, The Drummer

By Texan-qDKZz

from BIG TEXAS Baby !!!!

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I have bought this 7 piece mic set, and must say they do have a decent sound, YOU do get what you pay for so if you will cry and whine about this mics, go spend two or three times as much for a higher end mics. Back to the mics, toms mics sound good and condensor mics are great. Sadly for the bass drum mic is not as good, it can sound good with some extra EQ, or you can use it on floor toms and use a higher end bass drum mic and will have a full set of mics for your kit yet micing all of you drums.. CHeers.

 
5.0

Outstanding mics, outstanding value

By Jazzman-XGf6V

from Bethesda, MD

This miking kit is an excellent value. I have used them to record drums in my house, in small live settings and in an intimate studio. The sound you get is clean and true. When I listen to playback, my drums sound like they should. The overheads are really sensitive and accurate -- I don't even need to close mic the hi-hat I am very particular about my cymbal sounds, and these mics nail everything. Also, very little leakage from the drum mics. Unless you are brand conscious or recording at a very, very high professional level, save your money and pick this package up.

 
4.0

okay but cheap

By chrisweno

from California

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you get what you pay for is what they say you dont get a very good sound until you eq the heck out of it then i have been asked what kind of microphones i was useing and they where supprised but i did use a sm57 for the snare and my rode nt1 for an over head but good microphones for the price O and the clips are very cheap 2 have broke already what the heck but thank god for stands LOL

 
5.0

Surprising

By HollywoodRock91

from Los Angeles, CA

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I bought these mics to start recording my band's demos. I expected nothing special but I was very surprised. The tom/snare mics sound good on toms, but get something else for your snare. The condensers sound very good and pick up the brightness of cymbals easily. The kick drum mic stopped working after 2 songs. Luckily I took them back to the store and got them exchanged hassle-free. I like to think the kick drum is the most important one of all so I would recommend getting the well-known AKG D112.If you're on the fence about buying these, GO FOR IT. Even if they're not your go-to mics, they're good to have in your arsenal.

 
5.0

great sound, low price

By TBrady the Drum King

from Dallas Texas

These drum mics are awesome for their price. You Can buy this whole mic kit for less than a beta, and honestly I think the kick drum mic this comes with is better than the beta. I use these for school and church, they make an extremly bad drum kit sound great. if your in the market for a set of drum mics these are the ones you need.

 
3.0

Mics okay, clips break

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

These mics are durable and sound great. But I have BROKEN 7 of the mic clips! They arecheap and WILL NOT last. I have been playing 32 years and my kit has only been moved 4 times since I bought them. You can be as gentle as you want... the clips are going to break!

 
5.0

Sure better than SHURE

By GIlberto Gonzalez

from Houston Texas

I bought this set about 3 years ago, because it was all I could afford, so I expected crappy sound but I got the most professional sound ive ever heard, Im a total sound nut so I eq'ed these things for about an hour and I felt the bass drum, the floor toms were dark and hard, the rack tom sounded crisp and bassy and the snare sounded like cheff boyardee MMMMMM...MMMMMMM...GOOD, recently I thought I would upgrade and i bought a CAD set and was completely and utterly let down, even the condensers which are usually good no metter what brand, sounded like crap, like if they were in frint af an old boom box speaker, so I dug up my PRECIOUS AUDIO TECHNICA's and put em on the set I'm playing mow, and people ask me, is that a DW, or a pearl Master series, on SHURE mic's and I say NOPE its a DDRUM on Audio Technica's!!!

 
5.0

Pleasantly suprised

By Ibanezguru

from Orlando, FL

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I bought these to mic drums during "off site live" recording (I am NOT a drummer). These little mics do an outstanding job! They make the drums sound fat and run the gamut of the EQ spectrum. The kick drum mic is especially well suited and even my drummer was AMAZED at how good the kick drum sounded. We were using an sm57 for the Kick and this mic blows it away! Mind you the 57 is a good mic but this mic is tailored specifically for kick drum which makes all the difference. I recommend these to my friends as a best bang for the buck mic. The only drawback is the mics won't stay in the included clip unless you really torque them down. My drummer was pleased that they were small and out of the way. A good value for the $!!!

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