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Performance Condenser Vocal Microphone with Clip
The electrostatic condenser diaphragm provides exceptional clarity for vocal performances. The natural low-frequency roll-off compensates for the boxed or boomy sound associated with proximity effect when vocals are close mic'd. Handling noise when gripping the mic is reduced due to the diaphragm's isolated shock-mount. Explosive "P" and "T" sounds are minimized with the integrated windscreen pop-filter in the capsule of the mic.
- Smooth natural sound
- Not boomy when close mic'd
- Low handling noise when performing
- Good control of explosive constanants
Questions and Answers
There is no way the dynamic vocal mic goes down to 20 Hz unless it is some wakky unusual mic. I would not trust Dave Audio's seemingly outlandish claim, even though he apparently is "Monoprice Staff", unless he backs up his claim with a certified graph from a calibration lab. 20 Hz is extremely rare for inexpensive dynamic mics. "Vocal" mics of any kind (condensers included) rarely go below about 50 Hz -- and this is intentional. Generally, you do *NOT* want a vocal mic that goes all the way down to 20 Hz, or else you will have a lot of problems (breath pops, handling noise, stage rumble, etc.). Additionally, dynamic vocal mics are normally used with a high-pass filter around the ballpark of 120 Hz due to proximity effect. Hope this helps.
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