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MXL 990 Cardioid Condenser Microphone (Champagne)
The MXL 990 Microphone provides a smooth and sweet tone that's ideal for recording vocals and acoustic guitars. It features a low-noise FET preamp and balanced output, which produces a neutral and nicely balanced sound with just a hint of high-end sizzle. Equipped with a cardioid polar pattern, the MXL 990 picks up audio in front of the mic capsule and rejects off-axis noises. The low 20dB self-noise makes the microphone excellent for close-miking. "b"*NOTE: This is a condenser mic and requires 48V phantom power to operate. You cannot directly plug this XLR microphone into your computer."br""br"TECHNICAL SPECS:

"li"Mic Type: Pressure Gradient Condenser "li"Required Phantom Power: 48V "li"Capsule Size: 22mm | Diaphragm: 6 Micron Gold-Sputtered "li"Polar Pattern: Cardioid "li"Freq. Response: 30Hz-20kHz "li"Max SPL for 0.5% THD: 130dB "li"Connector: 3-Pin XLR "li"Accessories: Isolation Shockmount; Adapter for Mic Stand; Hard Case"br""br""b"Also Comes With:"br""br""b"Blucoil Boom Arm Plus Pop Filter"br"The 30" long Blucoil Boom Arm Pop Filter accommodates all kinds of mics and shock mounts (3/8"-5/8" threading adapter and mic clip are included). It is made of heavy-duty steel, zinc alloyed parts, and can be rotated 360-degrees. The foldable boom arm includes a removable Blucoil Pop Filter that reduces hisses and p-popping. "b"*NOTE: Install the boom arm vertically for it to hold up the weight of a 3.3 lb mic."br""br"Samson SR350 Closed-Back Stereo Headphones"br"The over-ear Samson SR350 Headphones feature 35mm drivers, which produces outstanding bass and 110dB sensitivity. It delivers 32 Ohm impedance and excellent noise isolation. You can use SR350 for monitoring audio recordings or casual listening thanks to its wide 20Hz-20kHz frequency range."br""br""b"Get this bundle today and receive these Blucoil exclusives: "li"10-FT Balanced XLR Cable "li"4-Pack of 12" Acoustic Foam Isolation Panel Wedges

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