This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Sontronics Drumpack. This will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this Drumpack.
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Sontronics DM-1B A classic low-end microphone for your collection. Designed in Britain the DM-1B is ideal for picking up the lower booming frequencies of the kick drum. As part of your Sontronics Drumpack you can be assured a nice solid foundation and a powerful bass drum sound which is full of low-end clarity. Its an end-fire cardioid condenser. This makes it ideal not just for kick drums but also other instruments residing in the low end. Tuba bass guitar upright bass and even male vocals. They all sound great with the DM-1B. Sontronics DM-1S and DM-1T Crisp recording for toms and snare. Pristine results from very compact microphones. During three years of intense research and development with musicians and producers Sontronics have produced a set of microphones that are sure to eke every drop of nuance from your performances. They are both DM-1S and DM-1T are small-diaphragm condenser microphones with -10dB attenuation pads. They are incredibly responsive and can capture up to 135db SPL with no trouble at all. Each has been designed for different applications. The DM-1S is great for capturing the aggressive attack of a snare and the DM-1T captures the beautiful resonances of the tom drum. Features General Five power Sontronics microphones A great set of mics to add to your collection DM-1B – an excellent low end microphone – great for more than just kick drums DM-1S picks up snare drums wonderfully DM-1T excellent microphone for tom drums Award-winning condenser mics Designed specifically for drums All you need for recording full kit Supplied with mic clips and rugged ABS fightcase All microphones covered by our unique LIFETIME WARRANTY Applications Drumkit and percussion DM-1B: Kick drum orchestral bass drum bass guitar cabinet low brass and woodwind tenor/baritone sax male vocals DM-1S: Snare drum cajon djembe DM-1T: Tom toms bongos congas SpecificationsPolar pattern (all mics): Cardioid Pad: 0/-15dB (DM-1B) 0/-10dB (DM-1S DM-1T) Freq. response: 20Hz – 20kHz (DM-1B) 30Hz – 20kHz (DM-1S & 1T) Sensitivity: 6mV/Pa -45dB ±2dB (DM-1B) 8mV/Pa -42dB ±2dB (DM-1S & 1T) Impedance (all mics): ≤200 Ohms Equivalent noise level (A-weighted): 14dB (DM-1B 1S & 1T) Max. SPL*: 155dB (DM-1B) 135dB (DM-1S & 1T) Power sources (all mics): 48V ±4V phantom power required Connector (all mics): 3-pin XLR Dimensions: 144 x 72 x 72mm (DM-1B) 91 x 22 x 22mm (DM-1S & 1T) Weight: 829g (DM-1B) 86g (DM-1S & 1T) Supplied with: Mic clips x4 ABS flightcase
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