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The AT2005USB Cardioid Dynamic USB/XLR Microphone from Audio-Technica is a versatile handheld microphone with USB and XLR outputs. The microphone may be connected to an XLR input while simultaneously recording to your favorite Mac or Windows OS software. The AT2005USB features a rugged, handheld build and an extended frequency response for maximum detail. High quality 16-bit, 44.1 and 48 kHz converters ensure high resolution and quality digital recordings. The AT2005USB also features a headphone output and adjustable level control for accurate, latency-free monitoring. The AT2005USB ships with an XLR cable, USB cable and tripod desk stand ideal for singers, podcasters, and more.
Handheld dynamic microphone with USB digital output and XLR analog output
USB output connects to your computer for digital recording, while the XLR output connects with your sound system's conventional microphone input for use in live performance
Smooth, extended frequency response ideally suited for podcasting, home studio recording, field recording, voiceover, and on-stage use
Built-in headphone jack allows you to directly monitor from your microphone
Adjust headphone volume with easy-to-use controls on the bottom of the microphone
High-quality AD convertor with 16 Bit, 44.1/48 kHz sampling rate
Compatible with Windows and Mac
Low-mass diaphragm provides excellent frequency response
Cardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of unwanted sounds from the sides and rear, improving isolation of desired sound source
Tripod desk stand with folding legs for secure and easily portable tabletop use
Threaded stand clamp attaches securely to the supplied tripod or to a conventional microphone stand
USB and XLR cables included
Durable metal construction for long-lasting performance
On/off switch functions for both USB and analog operation