Audix introduces new Micro series mics


If you want to record with mics discretely for your podcast (seminars, meetings or wherever) these might be interesting to you.

The Audix Micros™ Series, the world’s smallest condenser microphones with integrated preamp and detachable cable, continue to evolve and break new ground. In addition to providing discrete miking solutions for presentations, theatre, symphony, and a wide array of musical instruments, the Micros™, in conjunction with the MicroBoom™, are the performance standard for choir and overhead miking.

The newest members of the Micros™ Series are the M1250 and M1280, both of which feature newly designed circuitry with immunity from RF interference caused by cell phones and GSM devices. The M1250 is 50mm (2″) in length, 12mm (.5″) in diameter and 17 grams (.6 oz) with a frequency response of 80Hz-20kHz, while the M1280 is 90mm (3.5″) in length, 12mm (.5″) in diameter, and 28 grams (1 oz) with a frequency response 40Hz-20kHz providing extended bass response. Each body is precision machined out of brass at the Audix factory, finished in a durable black (or white on some models) e-coat, and laser etched with model and serial number.

The Micros® are available individually or as part of the MicroPod™ and MicroBoom™ Series. The MicroPods™ consist of 6-inch (152mm), 12-inch (304mm) , and 18-inch (457mm) goosenecks for use with podium or conference/board room application. An optional weighted and shock-absorbent base with lighted on-off switch (ATS-10) is the perfect companion for the MicroPod™ products.


Originally posted on August 31, 2007 @ 1:39 am

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