This large-diaphragm, side-address condenser microphone can be used for a variety of live and studio applications. The microphone features: Multiple polar patterns -- cardioid, omnidirectional and bidirectional -- for maximum flexibility in a wide variety of recording applications; dual 1", externally biased, ultra-thin, 2.5 micron, 24-karat gold-layered, low-mass diaphragms that offer superior frequency response; premium electronic components and gold-plated internal and external connectors; subsonic filter, which eliminates rumble from mechanical vibration below 17Hz; three-position switchable low-frequency filter that helps reduce unwanted stand vibration noise or counteract proximity effect; and integrated three-stage pop protection grille that reduces breath noise.
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