This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Electro-Voice ND68 Dynamic Supercardioid Bass Drum Microphone. This will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this ND68 Dynamic Supercardioid Bass Drum Microphone.
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ND Series Microphones Electro-Voice are renowned for their excellent design expertise within the audio industry and the ND Series of microphones is no exception. Consisting of eight microphones – four vocal mics and four instrument mics – the ND Series boasts outstanding sound quality with a flexible array of professional features. The ND Series is the successor to the highly-regarded N/Dym series designed for both live and studio appplications to deliver exceptional acoustic performance with unparalleled control and reliability. Each ND Series microphone is equipped with unique features that are perfectly suited to the application it has been designed for ensuring that you achieve the results you demand no matter what. These new dynamic and condenser microphones each feature a high-performance capsule design with a variety of enhancements to take the N/Dyms legendary performance to new levels. The ND Series microphones are easy to set up thanks a selection of innovative mechanical solutions that eliminate the typical challenges often encountered on stage or in the studio. Dent-resistant Memraflex grilles EMF noise-guarding humbucking coils and robust shock-mounted capsules ensure that you achieve the best possible sound for your situation. Included In The Box ND68 Dynamic Supercardioid Bass Drum Microphone Gig Bag Stand Clip Euro Thread Adapter Features Outstanding acoustic isolation with deep lows and top-end punctuation Large Mylar diaphragm dynamic capsule Large surface area ensures excellent tonal balance Low-mass high-velocity material for an exceptionally fast transient response Rich and detailed frequency response Extremely high SPL handling of up to 144dB Superior isolation from other unwated nearby sound sources Humbucking coil prevents line hum and electromagnetic interference Robust die-cast zinc casing and dent-resistant Memraflex grille Hydrophobic cloth membrane prevents moisture and debris reaching the diaphragm Specifications Microphone Element: Dynamic neodynium magnet structure Frequency Response (Free Field): 20Hz to 11kHz Polar Pattern: Supercardioid Sensitivity (Open Circuit Voltage at 1kHz): 0.8mV/Pascal Maximum SPL: 140dB Polarity: Pin-2 positive reference to pin 3 with positive pressure on diaphragm Impedance: 150 Ohms balanced (low-z) Microphone Connector: 3-pin XLR Finish: Black Polyurethane paint Material: Zinc die-cast case Memraflex grille screen Dimensions: Length: 143mm / 5.63 Diameter: 60.8mm / 2.39 Shank: 25.4mm / 1 Weight: 374g / 13.2 oz.
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