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Audix D6 - Kick Drum Microphone

Audix D6 - Dynamic Cardioid Kick Drum Microphone (Nickel)

Audix D6 - Dynamic Cardioid Kick Drum Microphone (Nickel)

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The Audix D6 Nickel is a cardioid dynamic low frequency instrument microphone suitable for kick drums, bass cabinets etc. The cardioid polar pattern rejects off-axis noise and ambiance caused by additional instruments, monitors etc. The Audix D6 features VLM technology providing a sensitivity and sonic response resulting in a rounded, warm low-end while handling extremely high sound pressure levels. The Audix D6 provides a consistent pick-up, eliminating the need to locate the "sweet spot". The D6 is available in black or nickel finishes.

Low Frequency Response
The D6 features a 30Hz - 15kHz frequency response. The contoured low frequency pick up allows suitable miking of kick drums, bass cabinets and more.
Cardioid Polar Pattern
The cardioid polar pattern effectively minimizes off-axis noise and ambiance from additional instruments, monitors etc.
High SPL Handling
The microphone is capable of handling extremely high audio levels without distorting.
In the Box
Audix D6 - Dynamic Cardioid Kick Drum Microphone (Nickel)
  • Carry Pouch
  • Mic Clip
  • 5-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Transducer Dynamic
    Polar Pattern Cardioid
    Frequency Response 30Hz - 15kHz
    Power Requirements not applicable, dynamic microphones do not require power
    Output Impedance 200 ohms
    Output Connectors 3-pin XLR
    Applications Low frequency instruments such as kick drums, bass cabinets, etc
    Dimensions not specified by manufacturer
    Weight not specified by manufacturer

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