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  • D-112MKII

    AKG D112 MKII Professional Dynamic bass Drum Microphone

    1 In Stock

    The AKG D112 MKII Professional Dynamic bass Drum Microphone is the latest version of the fabulous "egg" mic for kick drum. The D112 MKII also works well with bass guitar cabinets on stage and in the studio, trombones and low brass instruments. The MKII features a hum-compensation coil, minimising unwanted noise during tracking sessions. The other key difference is a newly designed mount offering greater flexibility for mic placement. The D112 MKII can still handle up to 160dB SPL without any distortion. The diaphragm has a very low resonance frequency to maintain a solid and powerful response below 100Hz. A narrow band presence boost at 4kHz punches through dense mixes with forceful impact - no additional EQ needed!


      • AKG D112 MKII PRODUCT FEATURES:

        Integrated flexible mount
        makes it even more versatile
        Bass resonance volume chamber
        for unique, punchy sound
        Large diaphragm dynamic microphone
        delivers accurate low frequencies
        Integrated hum-compensation coil
        keeps noise to an absolute minimum
        Industry benchmark for bass drum microphone
        used on stages worldwide for over 30 years
      • AKG D112 MKII TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

        Audio frequency bandwidth: 20 to 17000 Hz
        Sensitivity: 1.8 mV/Pa
        Electrical impedance: 210 Ohms
        Recommended load impedance: 2000 Ohms
        Polar Pattern: cardioid
        Length: 115 mm
        Height: 126 mm
        Diameter: 70 mm
        Net Weight: mic only 300 g

        Please Note: Microphone cable is NOT included. Sold separately. 
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