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Sterling Audio ST51P Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone
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The ST51P is an affordable, true-condenser large diaphragm recording microphone with outstanding sound and construction. The ST51P's 6-micron, gold-e...Click To Read More About This Product
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Vocal or instrument condenser offers excellent transient response and detail.
The ST51P is an affordable, true-condenser large diaphragm recording microphone with outstanding sound and construction. The ST51P's 6-micron, gold-evaporated Mylar diaphragm is optimized to capture definition and detail for both vocal andinstrument recordings. Class-A FET circuitry provides unparalleled smoothness and warmth to your recordings.
Requires phantom power.
Disk Resonator design extends high-frequencies naturally
Large 1.25" all brass capsule, hand assembled and oven baked for long term stable operation
Stainless steel head and grille assembly
Custom-wound nickel core output transformer
HM-2 hard mount
Rugged vinyl zipper case included
A great price for a quality mic. Order today!
Polar Pattern: Cardioid
Frequency Response: 20Hz”18,000Hz
Equivalent Noise: 22dB SPL”A Weighted
Maximum SPL: 134dB-144dB (adjustable w/pad)
Typical Load Impedance: >500 ohms
Output Source Impedance: 200 ohms transformer isolated
Dimensions: 7.5" long, 1.8" max. dia.
Weight: 1.2 lb.
Power: Phantom Power
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Comments about Sterling Audio ST51P Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone:
XLR connector was defective and damaged one of my nice cables trying to fit it in.
Finish seemed cheap and it was heavy.
I've heard the sound quality is good so it's too bad I couldn't actually hear and evaluate it from that perspective.
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