$ 499.00 

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Known as the 'Phil Collins mic' after its' most famous user.

Application: Vocals, bass drum, bass amp, cajon, studio

good condition, name of previous owner stamped on body

works perfectly and sounds great

XLR connector, no cable included

with clip, case and manual.

the M 88 has earned its place in history in the Kick Drum. Sound engineers have found that the lightening-fast response of the microphones reproduces the complex sound patterns of this instrument resulting in the tight thump without the need for complex signal processing. This characteristic works equally well on other instruments especially where intricate low frequencies and their harmonics need to be captured. The M 88 is one of the most frequently specified microphones by sound engineers worldwide and heralded a beyerdynamic contemporary classic as this microphone becomes renowned for capturing emotive audio signals.

Extended frequency range with rising high end and exceptional bass reproduction
High volume-before-feedback
Integrated hum-buck coil
High SPL handling capability
Rugged construction

Technical Specifications
Transducer type Dynamic
Operating principle Pressure gradient
Frequency response (close miking) 30 - 20,000 Hz
Polar pattern Hypercardioid
Side attenuation > 23 dB at 120
Open circuit voltage at 1 kHz (0dB = 1V/Pa) 2.9 mV/Pa  -30.7 dBV
Magnetic field suspension >20 dB 50 Hz
Nominal impedance 200 Ohms
Connector 3-pin Tuchel*
Length 181 mm
Shaft diameter 25.5 mm
Head diameter 48.5 mm
Weight without cable 320 g

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