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Audix D4 Dynamic Instrument Microphone w/ Clip - D-4 Drum Mic

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This is a brand new Audix D4 Dynamic Instrument Microphone.

Product Details:
With a wide frequency response of 40 Hz - 18 kHz and the ability to handle SPLs in excess of 144 dB, the D4 is an excellent choice for miking instruments requiring precise, low frequency reproduction such as large rack toms, floor toms, cajon, djembe, tympani, leslie bottom, bass flute, saxophone and baritone saxophone, trombone, acoustic bass, bass cabinets and small kick drums.

The D4 is lightweight, compact and easy to position. Used for stage, studio and broadcast applications, the D4 is designed with a hypercardioid pickup pattern for isolation and feedback control. The D4 is also equipped with a VLM™ diaphragm for natural accurate sound reproduction.

Applications:

  • Live stage or recording
  • Large rack tom, floor tom, small kick drum
  • Cajon, djembe, tympani, leslie bottom
  • Bass flute, sax and baritone sax, trombone
  • Acoustic bass, bass cabs

What's Included:

  • 1 x D4 Instrument Mic
  • 1 x DCLIP Mic Clip
  • 1 x P1 Carrying pouch

Applications Include:

  • Drum
  • Drum - Kick Drum
  • Drum - Toms
  • Guitar Amp
  • Horn
  • Percussion
  • Bass Amp

Warranty Period:
5 Years

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