This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Electro-Voice RE520 Vocal Condenser 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 RE520 Vocal Condenser Microphone.
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Find your voice Designed to do your voice justice. The Electro-Voice RE520 Vocal Condenser Microphone is engineered to bring out the best in your performances. With a supercardioid polar pattern the RE520 offers maximum ambient noise rejection. You can expect incredibly clear vocal reproduction with a warm and full low-end. Meaning even your live performances will benefit from studio quality. Quality through and through The RE520s premium condenser element provides vivid and detailed sound reproduction. The internal shock-mount prevents detrimental handling noise whilst a multi-stage pop filter attenuates wind-noise from breath and windblasts. The RE520 also features a switchable high-pass filter protecting your signal from undesirable low-frequency content below 150Hz when engaged. Features Premium condenser element delivers a highly-detailed full and vivid sound Supercardioid polar pattern provides excellent acoustic isolation with outstanding feedback control Phenomenal control of off-axis sounds from nearby sound sources Reveals the exceptional detail and vivid clarity synonymous with condenser elements Elegantly delivers the lyrical finesse required for expressive vocal performances Warm and clear low-end natural and present mid-range and an open crisp and detailed high-end Maximum feedback rejection when your stage monitor is positioned 225° or 125° off-axis to the element Multi-stage pop filter consisting of two layers of dense foam separated by air attenuates wind velocity noise and plosives Selectable high-pass filter reduces undesirable low-frequency content when engaged Flat position delivers the full frequency band pass of the capsule High-pass position attenuates frequencies below 150Hz Vibration-absorbing internal shock mount minimises handling noise Specifications Element Type: Self-biased condenser Frequency Response: 40Hz – 20kHz Polar Pattern: Supercardioid Sensitivity: 5.6mV/Pascal (-45dBV/Pa) (open circuit voltage 1kHz) Maximum SPL: 150dB before clipping (1-percent THD) Self Noise: 17dB SPL (A-weighted) (0dB = 20µPa) Dynamic Range: 133dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 77dB Output Impedance: 200 ohms Power Requirements: 48VDC phantom power Polarity: Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 2 relative to pin 3 Electrical Contact: 3-pin XLR Body: Zinc die-cast Grille: Steel wire cloth Finish: Black polyurethane paint Length: 192mm / 7.6 Diameter: 49.5mm / 1.95 Shank: 24.3mm / 0.96 Weight: 332g / 11.7oz.
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