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AKG D 2300 S Microphone with Stand Pack
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The AKG D 2300 S Microphone employs a uniform hypercardioid pattern that resists feedback. You get boosted mids and highs for crisp instrumental repr...Click To Read More About This Product
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The AKG D 2300 S Microphone employs a uniform hypercardioid pattern that resists feedback. You get boosted mids and highs for crisp instrumental reproduction and improved speech intelligibility. High-energy neodymium iron-boron magnet provides exceptional sensitivity (2mV/Pa). Inner pop filter can be removed for cleaning or replacement. Doubleflex shockmounting in the capsule assembly places primary resonance of the moving system well below the audible range, resulting in excellent isolation of handling and cable-induced noises. Lightweight die-cast zinc alloy body with dark matte finish. Recessed noise-free on/off switch. AKG includes a tripod mic stand and mic stand adapter with the D 2300 S mic.
- Designed for instrumental and vocal onstage performance
- Frequency independent hypercardioid pattern for added immunity to feedback
- Very low handling noise from Doubleflex isolation system
- High sensitivity from high-energy neodymium iron-boron magnet
- Lightweight body
- Replaceable inner pop filter
- Noise-free on/off switch
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I recently purchased the AKG 2300s with stand pack and am very pleased. I wasn't sure about the mic because of the cheap price. But the sound quality matches a mic of twice the price. I have used this for home recording and can not tell a difference between this and my condenser. Beats the Shure SM58.
I'm a lead singer and writer for three bands, two recording bands and one cover band. I've been using the D 2300 "for live gigs" for about three years now ...my birthday is coming up and i asked my son to get me a shure Well, I remember using a shure on a gig about a year ago and I wasn't overly impressed. I've changed my mind and decided to have him get me the AKG 2300, I'm use to this mic, like the sound and hey, like they say, If it isn't broke, no need to fix it.
I was looking for a microphone stand pack I could jam at some local places and for some sessions at home and this one is it. It's great quality for the price and it's got a great weight to it. It's not overly sensitive and picks up what you want it to. The stand is nice and sturdy but it's not professional quality. (But what do you want for the price?) In conclusion, if you just need a simple microphone for jamming and having fun, pick this one up. The value cannot be beat.