MXL 606 Small Diaphragm Condenser Instrument Microphone

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Description

MXL 606 Small Diaphragm Condenser Instrument Microphone

The MXL 606 instrument microphone delivers the sound you are looking for when recording snare drums, high-hat cymbals, acoustic guitars, pianos, percussion, stringed instruments and more. Using transformerless FET circuitry and a gold-sputtered diaphragm capsule provides a clean and clear tone. The 606 also features a -20 dB switchable attenuation pad and low-frequency roll-off.

  • Small-diaphragm instrument mic with a warm, detailed sound
  • Transformerless FET circuitry for clean, clear recordings
  • Bass roll-off and attenuator to fit any recording situation
  • Excellent detail in the midrange and at the top end
  • Ideal for percussion, acoustic guitars and pianos

Specs

Type:
Pressure gradient condenser mic
Diaphragm:
Gold-sputtered, 6 micron
Capsule Size:
22mm/.87 in.
Frequency Response:
30Hz - 20kHz
Polar pattern:
Cardioid
Sensitivity:
15 mV/Pa
Output Impedance:
150 ohms
Equivalent noise:
17 dB (A-weighted IEC 268-4)
S/N Ratio:
77 dB (Ref. 1 Pa A-weighted)
Max SPL for .5% THD:
137 dB
Power Requirements:
48V phantom power (+/- 4V)
Size:
110mm x 23mm/4.3 in. x 0.89 in
Weight:
0.25 lbs/113g
Metal Finish:
Silver
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    Manufacture
    MXL

    Derringer's are proud to present the MXL brand of professional and broadcast recording microphones which debuted in 1998.

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