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Audix D2 Dynamic Instrument Microphone

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Ideal for rack toms, floor tom, congas and horns. Slight mid-bass boost offers a big sound and excellent transient response.


Audix D2 Dynamic Instrument Microphone

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Product Description

Designed, machined, assembled and tested by Audix in the USA, the D2 is a dynamic instrument microphone used for stage, studio and broadcast applications. The D2 is characterized with a hypercardioid pickup pattern for isolation and feedback control and is equipped with a VLM (Very Low Mass) diaphragm for natural, accurate sound reproduction.


The D2 is lightweight, compact and easy to position. With a wide frequency response of 80 Hz - 18 kHz and the ability to handle sound pressure levels in excess of 144 dB, the D2 is an excellent choice for miking instruments with a percussive nature such as rack toms, congas, saxophone, guitar cabinets and brass.


Roadworthy construction includes a precision machined aluminum body, black anodized finish, laser etched model and serial number, steel mesh grill, Switchcraft XLR connector and includes a tension-fit heavy duty nylon mic clip.


Transformerless design, low impedance, and balanced output allow for interference-free performance even with long cable runs.


• Rack toms, congas, floor toms
• Guitar and bass cabinets
• Saxophone, brass


• Type: Dynamic
• Polar Pattern: Hypercardioid
• Frequency Response: 80Hz - 18kHz
• Impedance: 250 ohms
• Sensitivity: @1k 1.2 mV/Pa

Additional Information

Brand Audix
Stock Status Ships in 1-2 Business Days
Shipping Free Ground Shipping - on orders of $99.95 and above. Flat rate - $9.99 on smaller orders.

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