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Gooseneck Microphone with Base by Studiospares

Product Code: 448520

Studiospares gooseneck mic with base. Designed for announcements and speech applications.

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The Studiospares Gooseneck is a small condenser microphone with additional base, that is ideally used in conjunction with a mixing desk as a practical solution for talkback. With over 20 years of design refinement, the Studiospares gooseneck microphone and base showcase exceptional build and sound capture quality, making this fantastic choice over the competitive brand’s options.




With a specifically designed frequency response tailored to the human voice, this microphone would be the ideal choice if you are looking for a cost-effective solution to providing excellent quality talkback while in the studio. Being a microphone with a cardioid polar pattern, the Studiospares gooseneck and base will be exceptional at capturing sound coming into the front. Also, having a cardioid polar pattern, it will exhibit excellent rear rejection. Meaning any noise bleed from the environment you’re in, won’t be spilling onto the microphone while you’re trying to communicate.


The Studiospares gooseneck microphone (48cm long) is made from die-cast metal, and the base of the unit is a new design constructed from high-quality plastic. With full 180 degrees flexible movement and positioning, there’s nothing this microphone won’t accommodate.


The base unit features a latching switch, and a red LED to indicate when the microphone is live - a fantastic helpful tool to prevent any conflict in the studio. The unit can be powered by 48v phantom power from a mixing desk or 2x AA batteries. Also, the gooseneck microphone cannot be used without the base. Lastly, the gooseneck microphone features a low-frequency roll-off switch, enabling you to remove any low frequencies from capture due to variables like the proximity effect.


The Studiospares gooseneck microphone and base comes complete with an included windshield, to protect against any plosives or wind noise. Excellent for giving the recipients of what you're saying over the mic just your voice and not the sound of breath going onto the capsule.



• Capsule: Condenser
• Polar Pattern: Cardioid


Upon purchase inside the box the following items will be included:

• Studiospares Gooseneck Microphone
• Studiospares Base

Microphone Powering: 48V phantom power
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Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 24 October 2013
    Using as studio talkback mic. This was a long waited for replacement for a PDM300 which had a very bad hum when plugged into just about any input. The new mic works perfectly,going into a Soundcraft mixer, yes it's a latching switch but this is no problem as there is an LED to show that it is live. It's quite remarkably well-built for the money - frankly even not for the money. Yes, it's very, very vunerable to popping on plosives but then it is for Talkback, not for voice-overs. Certainly no buzz or noise and absolutely no apparent noise when switched off (so fine for my very quiet voice-over studio). Very, very recommemded!
  • Verified Customer
    on 30 May 2011
    There was hum on the output when using phantom from the mixer (but maybe that's a mixer issue) but that went away when I used batteries (which go in the base). I would have preferred a non-latching switch. With this latched switch, it's easy (and potentially drastic) to leave talkback open. But there are times when the latched operation is what you want. But overall it's great - sturdy, pro looks and very cheap.