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CX212B | Studio Condenser, Microphone
Large diaphragm, multi-pattern studio condenser mic
The CX212B is a multi-pattern, dual diaphragm condenser microphone with a contemporary design and excellent performance characteristics. It is an exceptional tool for professional audio production, project studios and live stage performances.
Delivering a smooth, uniform frequency response from 20 Hz - 20 kHz, the CX212B offers a choice of three polar patterns: cardioid, omni-directional, and figure 8. Additionally, the CX212B is equipped with a bass roll-off filter to help eliminate rumble in the lower frequencies.
The CX212B can handle sound pressure levels up to 132 dB and is ideal for a wide variety of acoustic instruments, vocals, string sections, ensembles and ambient room miking. The CX212B is designed with low noise preamp circuitry and operates on phantom power. For optimum results use the CX212B with a high quality mic preamplifier and microphone cable.
MC112B - Mic stand adapter. Includes thumb screw and threaded adapter that securely holds mic in place.
SMTCX112 - Heavy-duty aluminum caged shock mount system with nylon cable.
CASEDPA - Aluminum flight carrying case
WSCX - Optional external foam windscreen for reducing wind, sibilance, and pop noise.
APS2 - Two-channel 48 V phantom power supply. 110 V switchable to 240 V. Detachable power cord.
PD133 - Optional two-layer mesh pop diffuser for controlling acoustic plosives.
CBL20 - 20' premium XLR-XLR balanced mic cable. Quad conductor, twisted pair with braded shield for conductivity. 6 mm PVC jacketed.
- Studio vocals, lead and backing
- Voice over
- Ambient room mic
- Drum overheads
- Bells, chimes, marimba, vibes
- Acoustic instruments
- Electric guitar cabs
Type Condenser Polar Pattern Cardioid, Omni-Directional, Figure 8 Frequency Response 30Hz - 20kHz Impedance 120 Ohms Sensitivity @1k 14 mV/Pa
Check out this demonstration video of Ken Tamplin enjoying his new Audix CX 212B. The clarity and transparency of this microphone are immediately evident.
Ken Tamplin is a 3 time dove award winning singer and a master vocal coash in Los Angeles. http://kentamplinvocalacademy.com
Butterscotch performs a beautiful rendition of "The Very Thought of You" using a single CX212B to mic guitar and voice.