Audio-Technica MB/DK4 Drum-Microphone Pack
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- Includes three MB 5k snare/tom microphones, one MB 6k kick microphone, three drum-rim microphone mounts and a durable carrying case
- The MB 5k microphones are custom-engineered for use on snare and toms
- MB 6k microphones are custom-engineered for use on kick drum
- Road-ready all-metal construction
- Low-profile percussion-style design
|Consumer Alert: Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Please note that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced a transition away from wireless microphones that operate in the 600MHz band. Users must cease operating wireless microphones in the 617-652 MHz and 663-698 MHz frequencies no later than July 13, 2020, and possibly sooner if operations could case harmful interference. For more information, visit the FCC's wireless microphone website at http://www.fcc.gov/wireless-microphones-guide or call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC).|
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The MB/Dk4 Drum Pack includes a core selection of four microphones specifically engineered for drum applications. The three included MB 5k snare/tom microphones and one MB 6k kick microphone feature low-profile design for minimum visibility and versatile placement options around the drum kit. Also included in the package are three drum-rim microphone mounts and a durable carrying case. Tailored for snare, rack toms and other highly dynamic instruments, the MB 5k snare/tom microphone offers a moving coil dynamic design with cardioid polar pattern, delivering superior off-axis rejection for maximum gain before feedback. With a frequency response of 100-12,000 Hz, the mic is engineered to handle fast transients and high SPLs. The cardioid dynamic MB 6k kick microphone has a frequency response of 60-12,000 Hz. A natural at handling high SPLs, the MB 6k delivers superior results on bass drum as well as on floor and deep rack toms.
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Cheap, I paid 149 for my 4 pack and that includes four mics and three sets of mounting clips. They are a cheap way to be able to record your whole drum kit. They have excellent noise rejection and do not pick up background noise much at all. They are easy to use and set up. They are also smooth sounding and never get shrill, and do not distort easy. They also feel very solid and durable. Ive had mine for years with no issue.
They are extremely flat sounding. They are also dull sounding due to the highs cutting off at 10khz. Not very lively sounding when used for recording. They are ok for recording things in the low to mid range like toms and kick drum, but are too dull for a good snare sound and suck for the recording of cymbals. You will still need a decent set of overhead mics if you want to get a decent recorded drum sound.
These mics are good for using to mic your drums for live applications. They resist high sound levels, distortion, and dont feed back easily. They are well made. They are also ok for a practice studio or rehearsals.
These mics are not good for recording anything that you would want to put out in public such as a demo or album. You will need better mics for that. You get what you pay for, and your not paying much here for four mics with mounting hardware.
great easy to use clips, nice case, and the mics are very decent at capturing the tone of the drums. if you get an sm57 with a snare mount and this along with a couple overheads, youll be able to get really professional sounds for a ver low cost. just keep a flathead with you, you will need to tighten the mounts every now and then
Hope this helps....when I get famous on sound, then I'll go out and buy a 1,000 dollar + set but until then, these are fine. Oops, I do use Crown MA3600 and Crest CC4000 amps and Crown PT2 amps for horns with JBL sr4732a tops and JBL sr4715 2x15 subs. When I need more "umph", I run a single 18" W bin on each side and they're only loaded with Peavey BWX series (cp??) which are good for horn loading. They only handle 500 RMS per side but they're efficient and it doesn't take much power to get sound from them. Mackie sr 24.4 mixer and rane 31 band eq's all around.