tions conducted throughout the U.S., AKG recently put inven tory samples of its new Series microphones through an incredible ordeal of abuse. Sample. In AKG developed their first dynamic vocal performance microphone, the D The indestructible die cast case ensures the exceptional ruggedness of the. Does anyone know about the AKG D mic? I picked one up this weekend at a swap meet for $5 with a 20′ XLR to 1/4″ cable included so for.
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They are dynamic mics – studio silver in color. I’m guessing they are years old. I got them thru a friend, but no specs, etc. I don’t notice a real difference between the vs. They don’t seem as rugged as the 58’s so I doubt if I would use them live.
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But they sound like they could be good snare or hi-hat mics. I can’t find them on the AKG web site too old?
Any info would be much appreciated. I have about 7 or 8 D that I inherited at work. If I remember I’ll pop into work tomorrow and dig out the spec on them. Akh have a D from the same series.
They were made in the mid to late 80s. I think the specs on mine claim a top end response of 20K. Though I can’t really believe that’s accurate.
Orbiting this at a distance of roughly ninety-two million miles is an utterly insignificant little blue green planet whose ape-descended life forms are so amazingly primitive that they still think digital recording is a pretty neat idea. Here are some product information leaflets D D And akt D It is in excellent cosmetic and working condition, and came from a pro studio outside of Austin, TX.
The D is still used in pro studios to get just the right match with a specific voice: The D is similar to a SM58 but the had notch switches for hi and low pass filtering.
D10 D I think not at the studio right now has a Hi pass switch too. I used to use my ‘s and as Drum mics toms out live and I have also 3d10 the ‘s on percussion, congas and bongos. I have even used the ‘s in the studio akf toms when a big kit turns up. They sound great, a on smaller toms sounds as good as a Sennheiser They are quality mics. I use DB as one of my voicever mics. Pick the thing up and hold it in your hand, then the One thing the specs won’t show you.
That heavy milled steel body resulted in a mic with incredibly low handling noise.
Put on some cans and rub the mic with your fingers and pass it from hand to hand, and listen. Then do the same thing with the The difference is huge. They are simply good dynamic mics. I find no use whatsoever for the high-pass filter, though,-too radical for my taste.
Originally Posted by Richard Monroe. Off the top of my head I believe the is either Hyper or Super Cardioid.
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I’ve read that the as well as the are “killer”? This series is famous for having been used by ABBA on big world tours Quick search coughed this up, look, it’s you’re Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
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