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Studiospares S150 Miniature Instrument Mic

Product Code: 449180

Miniature back electret microphones, designed to be secured to the instrument. The ultimate in close miking...

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Part of a new generation of miniature back electret microphones, designed to be secured to the instrument. The ultimate in close miking. The frequency response is 50Hz - 18kHz so can capture the slightest nuance. Polar Pattern is fixed, Cardioid. Maximum SPL is 130dB so it can live comfortably in front of practically any instrument.

Gooseneck length 105 mm
Phantom power: 48 V
Maximum clamp size: 13 mm

A good all rounder that is capable of being mounted right at the source of the sound.

Microphone Capsule: Electret
Microphone Response: 50Hz - 18kHz
Microphone Maximum SPL: 130dB
Microphone Connector: XLR
Microphone Pad Switches: None
Microphone Powering: +48 Volts (Phantom Power)
Physical Height: 105mm
Physical Weight: 0.5kg
Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 21 June 2013
    This is a great little mic for snare but I found the gooseneck to be a little too stiff as you position it exactly where you want. But by twiddling it around a bit I managed to position it successfully.
  • Verified Customer
    on 28 March 2013
    Excellent service fast delivery and no hastle to deal with. I could not buy the item from anywhere else at that price.
  • Verified Customer
    on 10 October 2012
    Presented in its own box, nice touch, and makes it easy to keep the lead tidy. Build quality is good, sound is good, however I have caught it distorting at high SPLs (bell of a sax during a loud passage), but that may well have been my interface clipping on the DA conversion. Very good for the money though.
  • Verified Customer
    on 26 August 2011
    The only thing it's missing is a mute switch.