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- Cardioid Polar Pattern
- 80 Hz High-Pass Filter
- -10 dB Pad Switch
- Shock Mount and Protective Pouch
The AT2035 Cardioid Condenser Microphone from Audio-Technica features a side-address design and can be used in critical home, project, or professional studio applications as well as live performances. The microphone offers a cardioid polar pattern for minimal feedback and off-axis noise. The element and output stage combine to produce a smooth yet natural audio quality with low noise. There is an 80 Hz high-pass filter switch for eliminating low frequency hum and other associated noises, and a -10 dB pad switch provides more headroom when capturing transient signals that may otherwise cause peak distortion. The microphone also includes a shock mount, a threaded adapter, and a protective pouch.
- Large diaphragm for smooth, natural sound and low noise
- High SPL handling and wide dynamic range provide unmatched versatility
- Custom shock mount provides superior isolation
- Switchable 80 Hz high-pass filter and 10 dB pad
- Cardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the sides and rear, improving isolation of desired sound source
- Includes custom shock mount and protective pouch
|Frequency Range||20 Hz to 20 kHz|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||80 dB|
|Equivalent Noise Level||12 dB|
|Maximum SPL||148 dB SPL|
|Low-Cut Filter||12 dB/Octave @ 80 Hz|
|Dynamic Range||136 dB|
|Output Connectors||1 x 3-Pin XLR|
|Operating Current Consumption||3.8 µA|
|Operating Voltage||11 to 52 V|
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In The Box
- AT2035 Microphone
- AT8458 Shockmount for 5/8"-27 Threaded Stands
- 5/8"-27 to 3/8"-16 Threaded Adapter
- Protective Pouch
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After years of putting up with a microphone, which was designed to retail for US$39.95, at last a 'performer'. Whereas previously, I had to put readings of my video scripts through four or five processes to achieve the results I wanted, I may now use a reading direct off the mic. secure in the knowledge that it will likely call for little or no corrective treatment to be able to go straight onto my editor's timeline. You cannot do much better than that.Read more Read less