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Audio-Technica AT4050ST Stereo Condenser Microphone

Audio-Technica AT4050ST Stereo Condenser Microphone

Audio-Technica AT4050ST Stereo Condenser Microphone

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Audio-Technica AT4050ST Stereo Condenser Microphone

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Product Highlights

  • Side-Address Style
  • Cardioid and Figure-8 Elements
  • Transformerless Circuitry
  • High-Pass Filter and 10dB Pad
  • Custom Shock Mount
  • METAlliance Certified
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  • 1Description

The AT4050ST from Audio-Technica is a studio-grade side-address stereo microphone that offers terrific flexibility for a variety of applications. The mic housing contains independent cardioid and figure-8 condenser elements, which allows the mic to maintain precise pattern definition across a full frequency range. It also allows you to choose between a left-right stereo output or discrete mid-side signal.

The diaphragms are vapor-deposited with 2-micron thick gold, and undergo a 5-step aging process to ensure years of optimal use. Internal transformerless circuitry helps to eliminate low-frequency distortion and provides excellent correlation of high-speed transients. The housing has a symmetrical design that provides an open acoustical environment to minimize internal reflections.

For additional flexibility, the mic has an 80Hz high-pass filter to reduce low-frequency rumble and hum, as well as a 10dB pad switch, which provides extra headroom when recording loud sound sources. The AT4050ST comes complete with a custom shock mount, an extra-long XLR cable, a dust cover, and a protective carrying case. The mic is also certified by the METAlliance.

Independent cardioid and figure-8 condenser elements allow the mic to maintain precise pattern definition across a full frequency range
Selectable left-right stereo output or discrete mid-side signal output
Diaphragms are vapor-deposited with 2-micron thick gold, and undergo a 5-step aging process to ensure years of optimal use
Internal transformerless circuitry helps to eliminate low-frequency distortion and provides excellent correlation of high-speed transients
Symmetrical housing design provides an open acoustical environment to minimize internal reflections
Switchable 80Hz high-pass filter reduces low-frequency rumble and hum
10dB pad switch provides extra headroom when recording loud sound sources
Includes a custom shock mount, an extra-long 8-conductor shielded XLR cable, a dust cover, and a protective carrying case
Certified by the METAlliance
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Audio-Technica AT4050ST Stereo Condenser Microphone
  • XLR Cable
  • Shock Mount
  • Dust Cover
  • Protective Case
  • Lifetime Warranty
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    Specifications
    Transducer Externally-Polarized (DC Bias) Condenser
    Polar Pattern Cardioid and Figure-8
    Frequency Response 20Hz - 18kHz
    Dynamic Range (Typical) Mid: 134dB (1kHz at Max SPL)
    Side: 132dB (1kHz at Max SPL)
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio Stereo 90°: 69dB (1kHz at 1Pa)
    Stereo 127°: 78dB (1kHz at 1Pa)
    Mid: 79dB (1kHz at 1Pa)
    Side: 77dB (1kHz at 1 Pa)
    Maximum Input Sound Level Mid and Side: 149dB SPL (1kHz at 1% THD)
    159dB SPL (With 10dB Pad, Nominal)
    Power Requirements 48V Phantom Power, 6.4mA
    Output Impedance 50 Ohms
    Output Connectors 5-Pin XLR Male
    Pad Yes, 10dB
    Low Frequency Roll-Off Yes, 80Hz @ 12dB/Oct
    Dimensions (LxDiameter) 7.6 x 2.1" (193 x 53mm)
    Weight 18.2 oz (517g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.0 x 10.0 x 4.0"

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