Donner DC-87 XLR 25.4mm Large Diaphragm Studio Microphone for Streaming,Podcasting,Broadcast,Vocals

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  • 【25.4mm Large-diaphragm】The Donner DC87 Condenser Microphone improves sound quality and offers a superior experience. It has a wide dynamic range and quick response, ensuring clear and detailed vocals (requires 48V Phantom Power or Audio Interface).
  • 【3 Polar Patterns】The DC-87 microphone has three polar patterns: cardioid, bidirectional, and omnidirectional. It can be used in a wide range of situations, such as recording vocals, choruses, orchestras, acoustic instruments, radio, or podcasts.
  • 【Attenuation Switch】The -10 dB attenuation switch allows the DC-87 recording microphone to withstand higher SPLs, allowing you to record louder sources without worrying about overloading the microphone circuit and distorting the sound.
  • 【Low Cut】DC-87 has a low cut switch with 6dB/octave rolloff starting at 80Hz, which reduces low-frequency response when turned on. This feature is great for reducing handling noise, the sound of air conditioning, or the extra bass from the proximity effect.
  • 【What You get】Package contains: DC87 Microphone × 1, Shock mount × 1, Windscreen × 1, 10ft(3m) XLR cable × 1, storage bag × 1
  • Microphone Type:Condenser Microphone
  • Polar Pattern:Cardioid, Bidirectional,Omni
  • Frequency Range:20~20kHz
  • Impedance:200ohms
  • Pad Switch:-10dB Pad Switch
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio:Cardioid: 81 dB-A; Omni/Figure-8: 77 dB
  • Open Circuit Sensitivity:Cardioid: -34 dB; Omni/Figure-8: -40 dB(1kHz, 0 dB = 1 V/Pa)
  • Dynamic Range:Cardioid: 129 dB; Omni/Figure-8: 131 dB
  • Diaphragm:25.4mm Large Diaphragm
  • Phantom Power:48V DC, 2 mA typical
  • Low Cut Switch:80Hz, 6dB
  • Connector Type:XLR Connector
  • Maximum Input Sound Pressure:Cardioid: 142 dB; Omni/Figure-8: 148 dB(1kHz, 1% T.H.D)
  • Application:Studio & Home Recording, Vocals, Podcasting, Acoustic Instruments


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