• Dynamic handheld microphone for general purpose use
• Supercardioid polar pattern for even greater sensitivity to sound in front of the microphone
• Balanced male XLR output
• -52 dB sensitivity for great pick up of quiet audio
• Mechano-pneumatic capsule suspension for excellent suppression of handling noiseWhat would I use this microphone with?
Be heard above the crowds with this D7 dynamic supercardioid microphone. Hear just what you want to without extra sounds from the audience or nearby noises. With a Mechano-pneumatic capsule suspension system and an integrated high-pass filter you can effectively eliminate handling noises giving you a clear crisp sound. With a max sound pressure level of 156 dB you can get great precise sound for any occasion and the easily accessible on/off switch so you can stop whenever you want.
What position does the dynamic microphone pick sound up?
Using a supercardioid pattern the D7 has great pickup for sounds in front of the microphone and cuts out any extra noise from the sides and behind the mic. Great for use anywhere with a crowd or multiple sounds competing to be heard. With a patented dual-layered Varimotion diaphragm and unique laminated material damps you can get the best possible sound.
What is the advantage of having a dynamic microphone?
Dynamic microphones are the more widely used microphones. This is due to them being more hardwearing, relatively inexpensive and the lack of a need for a power supply. This gives you a very durable wired microphone and a cheaper alternative for those who are starting out. Dynamic microphones are effective when used with loud sound sources which do not contain a lot detail at a very high frequency meaning they are perfect for use with a range of instruments such as drums and guitar.