Audix A131 Large Diagram Kondensator Mikrofon

DKK3.195,00

Varenummer (SKU): A131 Kategori: Tags: , , , ,

Beskrivelse

The A131 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone ideal for vocals, choir, piano, acoustic instruments and overheads. Featuring a contemporary, compact design, the A131 is the perfect choice for podcasting, professional audio production, studios and live stage performances.

 

Housed in a precision-machined aluminum body, the 33 mm fixed-charge capsule features a gold-sputtered diaphragm for wide, natural frequency response. With its well-behaved cardioid polar pattern, the A131 faithfully captures the detail of the performance while rejecting room noises and other unwanted, off-axis sounds.

 

A double woven steel mesh grille and ultra-thin acoustic foam offers exceptional pop resistance for podcasting and vocals. Behind the grille, the open-air design of the capsule mounting system allows the A131 to deliver transparent, uncolored sound.

 

Proprietary impedance control between the capsule and circuitry ensures consistent and reliable performance across a wide range of environments.

 

A unique and highly effective internal shock mount isolates the capsule from mechanical vibrations and touch noise, eliminating the need for a bulky external shock mount.

 

Offering studio performance in a road-worthy package, the A131 also comes with a protective zippered carrying case.

 

Requires 48-52 V phantom power. For best results, the A131 should be used with a high-quality mic preamplifier and microphone cable.

 

 

FEATURES

  • Large 33 mm condenser capsule
  • Cardioid Polar Pattern
  • Proprietary internal shock mount
  • Low noise preamp circuitry
  • Designed, machined & tested in the USA

 

What’s In The Box

1 x A133 Microphone1 x Protective zippered carrying case1 x DCLIP Heavy duty nylon molded snap on cli

Yderligere information

Vægt 0.8 kg
Producent

Farve

Anmeldelser

Der er endnu ikke nogle anmeldelser.

Vær den første til at anmelde “Audix A131 Large Diagram Kondensator Mikrofon”