The Countryman Isomax 2 All Purpose Microphone is a miniature and versatile favorite that is well suited for capturing instruments, choir groups, stage performances, ambient audio and much more. The Isomax 2 delivers excellent gain before feedback for maximum performance and minimal noise on stage and in noisy environments.
As an instrument microphone, the Isomax 2 captures brass, strings, percussion and wind instruments with pristine results. For capturing ambiance and group vocals, the microphone rejects off-axis noise and feedback with exceptional results.
A wide variety of connections are available for use with various wireless transmitters. This version features a Switchcraft TA4F connector for Revolabs wireless transmitters.
- Versatile Design
- The Isomax 2 All Purpose Microphone is designed to effectively capture instruments and vocals in both recording and sound reinforcement. Click here for a detailed cut-sheet with valuable information on how to effectively apply the Isomax 2.
- Hypercardioid Polar Pattern
- The Hypercardioid polar pattern is versatile and ideal for capturing vocals and instruments without off-axis noise and distortion. The directional pattern is unaffected by frequency variations and provides a high rejection.
- Pristine Audio Quality
- A wide frequency response and low signal-to-noise ratio result in clean audio reproduction.
- High Sound Pressure Handling
- The Isomax 2 features an impressive 150dB SPL handling for maximum gain before distortion. This is ideal while close capturing instruments with high transient response.
- Inside or outside musical instruments, placed on or hung over stages and hidden in sets for theater, motion pictures and TV
- Audience mics, stage mics
- Available in cardioid, hypercardioid, and omni directional patterns
- Text book perfect polar patterns for excellent stereo separation and rejection of unwanted sounds.
- Very low distortion at the high sound levels encountered inside instruments with super flat frequency response for an uncolored, very clean sound.
- Directional pattern is frequency-independent - doesn't become omni at low frequencies
- Excellent gain before feedback
- Handles high SPL
- Sleek, small, lightweight mic doesn't distract instrumentalist or house
- Easy to hang without scaffolding