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Audio Technica AT4040 Condenser Mic

Product Code: 447020

The AT4040SM side-address condenser microphone features an advanced large diaphragm tensioned specifically to provide smooth, natural sonic characteristics.

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AUDIO TECHNICA 4040 CARDIOID During the early 90s, the Audio-Technica 4 series caused a sensation within the pro recording industry. The performance was equal to or surpassed, the established elite on all counts, and at a fraction of the cost. The 4040 builds on that legacy. The capsule is a genuine externally polarised condenser variety. The gold sputtered diaphragm has completed an ageing process so long term stability is assured. The response is held within tight limits between 20Hz and 21kHz. The large diameter of the capsule ensures the low frequency detail is retained which explains why the 4040 is popular with male vocalists. There is a switched 80Hz, 12dB/octave low frequency roll off filter and a 10dB attenuation pad to extend the maximum SPL level to 155dB. The typical overall dynamic range is 133dB and the signal to noise ratio 82dB. Supplied complete with AT8449 shock mount threaded 5/8 inch, protective carrying case and a dust cover. 48volt phantom powering.
Microphone Response: 20-20,000 Hz
Microphone Impedance: 100 ohms
Microphone Maximum SPL: 145 dB
Microphone Dynamic Range: 133dB
Microphone Signal-to-Noise: 82dB
Microphone Sensitivity: -32 dB
Microphone Connector: Integral 3-pin XLRM-type
Microphone Powering: 48V DC
Physical Height: 170.0mm x 53.4mm
Physical Weight: 360g
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Recording Hack, January 2003 "the AT4040 handling side of snare duties. Yup, it sounds great. Not quite as bright as my old standby Oktava 219, but plenty thick and crunchy, which is just what I want from a snare mic. I haven’t had a chance to check it out on anything else, but I’m certainly keeping it, and I recommend you check it out as well. " http://recordinghacks.com/reviews/tapeop/audio-technica-at4040-and-at4050/
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