Audix HT2-W3

Audix HT2-W3, Microphone

Item number: 100028909
This item is not part of our current product range.
Microphone • Vocal Microphone • Type: Headset Microphone • Transducer principle: Condenser • Pickup pattern: Hypercardioid • Frequency range: 50 Hz - 15 kHz • Max. SPL: 135 dB • Features: With mini XLR (TA3 m) • Features at a glance:
  • Professional headset microphone
  • Excellent off-axis rejection – ideal for drummers and keyboarders
  • Extremely rugged and lightweight materials used - high wearing comfort
  • Flexible gooseneck allows precise positioning of microphone capsule
  • Condenser capsule with hypercardioid pickup pattern
  • Frequency range: 50 Hz - 15 kHz
  • Model HT2-p comes with a Mini-XLR 3-pin (TA3F) cable, battery/phantom power adapter and belt clip with XLR male jack
  • Modell HT2 only comes with XLR TA3M which allows use with a bodypack transmitters of a wireless system
The HT-2 offers high feedback resistance and a uniform frequency response of 50 Hz - 18 kHz (+/-3 dB) which delivers a very natural and rich sound reproduction. The headset is made of extremely lightweight yet rugged materials and can be adjusted to any head size. Even the microphone capsule allows precise positioning. The HT-2 can be used either with a wireless system or can be used for wired applications as well it operates on phantom power. MP-Rating: This is an extremely rugged headset microphone that delivers excellent performance. Very recommendable! 5 Stars. Legend: 1 Star – still room for improvement! 2 Stars – satisfactory overall impression! 3 Stars – good price/performance value! 4 Stars – very recommendable! 5 Stars – highly recommendable! 6 Stars – unbeatable top product! Why choose a headset microphone? Headset microphones offer a good alternative to stand-mounted microphones. These microphones are integrated into a more-or-less ergonomically optimised headband. The distance between capsule and mouth is thus always kept constant. Combined with a bodypack transmitter, singers are given complete freedom of movement on stage.