Audix D4

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Special microphone

  • For floor toms and bass drums
  • Professional dynamic microphone
  • Hypercardioid polar pattern
  • Frequency range: 38 - 19,000 Hz
  • Impedance: 200 Ohm
  • Maximum SPL: 144 dB
  • Also suitable for electric bass guitars
Condenser Microphone No
Polar Pattern Supercardioid
Microphone Clamp Yes
Dynamic Microphone Yes
Complete Set No
available since February 2003
Item number 160141
$149
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Perfect for floor toms
Adrian866 30.10.2017
I'm using this on my 16" floor tom and love the sound I get - full, rich and deep.
Solidly built microphone, lovely build quality, though physically quite a large mic, and I can imagine this lasting for years and years of use.
I like it so much, I am going to buy a second one for my 14" tom to replace the Sennheiser I'm currently using.
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Simply the best tom microphone ever
mikeydude 31.12.2019
Audix microphone are superb....this tom mic is no exception...great clarity and attack..cuts through a live mix. light weight easy to position.
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Audix D4
MarcinD 17.05.2013
Great for live and studio recording. I have mainly used it for recording floor tom, and that is the main purpose of this microphone. U can use it on bass drum or bass amp, but in my opinion it doesn't really work on those secondary applications so well. The primary application for this mic is floor tom recording. It works perfectly!!!! I love Audix microphones!!! Great quality, durability and you feel really good knowing you have got them in your collection.
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Good allround mic for low end audio sources
Anonymous 22.01.2016
I got this mic after watching some comparisons between a bunch of drum kick mics. Somehow this seemed the best sounding for its price, while not having exaggerated EQ. But since I'm recording a lot of metal, I felt I need a bit extra from the mic and am now waiting for the D6 to arrive, which is very popular for this music genre.
I might still use the D4 for close attack miking on the kick drum. I do like the sound on the high end.
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