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Audix D6 Dynamic Microphone, Cardioid
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- Ground shaking low end with clarity and attack
- Ideally suited for kick drum, floor toms, bass cabs
- VLM (very low mass) diaphragm provides excellent transient response
- Handles extremely high SPLs without distortion
- Designed, machined, assembled and tested by Audix in the USA
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The D6 is used for stage, studio and broadcast applications. Designed with a cardioid pickup pattern for isolation and feedback control, the D6 is equipped with a VLM diaphragm for natural, accurate sound reproduction. The D6 is lightweight, compact and easy to position. With a wide frequency response of 30 Hz - 15 kHz and the ability to handle SPLs in excess of 144 dB, the D6 is an excellent choice for miking instruments requiring extended low frequency reproduction such as kick drums, large toms and bass cabinets. The D6 is manufactured with a precision machined aluminum body, black anodized finish, laser etched model and serial number, steel mesh grill, Switchcraft XLR connector and includes a tension-fit heavy-duty nylon microphone clip. Transformerless design, low impedance and balanced output allow for interference-free performance; even with long cable runs. Transducer Type: Dynamic Frequency Response: 30 Hz - 15 kHz Polar Pattern: Cardioid Output Impedance: 200 ohms Sensitivity: .8 mV/Pascal @ 1k Off Axis Rejection: > 20 dB Maximum SPL: >144 dB
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Make sure you utilize your gates and EQ's responsibly and the D6 will be perfect for your church, concert, or studio recording.
When recording bass cabinets, I would recommend a good, balanced condenser microphone to go along with this one to make up for the loss of mids. To that point, the Audix D6 does a pretty good job of capturing upper mids, but you may not like the particular frequency it accents.
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