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AKG D40

Product Code: 439790

Dynamic microphone designed for drums and percussions & wind instruments...

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AKG D40 Dynamic Microphone


The D 40 with its solid all-metal body will stand up to the hardships of night-after-night onstage use "with a smile". The Varimotion diaphragm deep-drawing process allows the diaphragm itself to be fine-tuned with no need for tuning resonators, leading to a quantum leap in audio performance. The transducer is protected by a sturdy wire-mesh cap and takes extremely high sound pressure levels with ease. An integrated stand adapter and standard H 440 mounting bracket for snare drums, tom-toms, etc. make the D 40 a highly versatile tool for use on drums, percussions, wind instruments, and guitar amps.

 

Key Features

  • Dynamic microphone designed for drums and percussions, wind instruments, and guitar amps
  • Patented AKG Varimotion diaphragm
  • Custom built capsule mounting
  • Spring steel wire-mesh cap
  • Rugged all-metal body withstands typical tough handling on stage
Microphone Response: 75 to 20,000 Hz
Microphone Impedance: <=200 ohms
Microphone Maximum SPL: 144/156 dB
Microphone Sensitivity: 4 mV/Pa (-48 dBV)
Microphone Self Noise: 18 dB-A
Microphone Connector: 3-pin XLR
Microphone Diameter: 44 mm
Microphone Pad Switches: No
Physical Height: 104 mm x 79 mm x 44 mm
Physical Weight: 245 g
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