$ 299.00 

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very good cosmetic condition, perfect working condition
Tuchel* connector, XLR adapter cable included.
No case, clip or manual.
The Beyerdynamic M 260 is an outstanding microphone which is very effective for all types of remote and in-studio voice reproduction. In the recording studio, the M 260 is recommended for miking string instruments such as violins, violas, cellos and for pianos, saxophones as well as for hi-hat and toms. The non-glare black surface of the M 260 and its small dimensions allow the unobtrusive use in TV or film studios.
Beyer M 260 Features :
    Ribbon transducer performance in a rugged, versatile configuration
    Hypercardioid polar pattern throughout frequency response
    Wide, flat Frequency response of 40 Hz to 18 kHz
    Fast, transient response
    Characteristically warm and natural sound
    Excellent stringed instrument microphone
    Extremely high gain before feedback
    Solid sound reflection of external noise
    Compact and rugged metal casing
    Brass Case with Black chromium plated finish - Prevents glare from broadcast lighting.
Beyer M 260 Applications :
    Instrumental miking
The M 260 is used for vocals and miking instruments at broadcast, recording and film studios. Its flat frequency response and natural, warm ribbon sonic profile make it a highly effective element of the digital recording process.
The hypercardioid polar pattern provides an extremely high gain-before-feedback and elimination of lateral noise. The M 260 is equipped with a built-in high-pass-filter which compensates the close miking effect, when the microphone is applied very close to an instrument. The microphone also features a high insensitivity towards magnetic stray fields and extreme temperatures. The rugged grille protects the microphone system against accidental hits and kicks.
*Tuchel is a brand name, like Neutrik or RCA. Tuchel was the premier supplier of connectors for German mic companies from the '50s to the '80s, until these connectors were phased out as XLR became the worldwide standard.

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