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Microphone Electro Voice ND46

Electro Voice ND46

  • Instrument Microphone
  • Type: Instrument Microphone
  • Instrument (Choice): Tom
  • Instrument (2nd Choice): Electric Guitar Amp
  • Transducer principle: Dynamic
  • Pickup pattern: Supercardioid
  • Frequency range: 70 Hz - 18 kHz
  • Max. SPL: 140 dB
  • Impedance: 350 Ohm
  • Connection Plug: 3pin XLR
  • Colour / Finish: Black
  • Weight: 309 g
  • Including: Incl. Holder (Sand-1), case
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Electro Voice ND46 · Microphone

ElectroVoice's ND46 is a dynamic instrument microphone with super cardiod characteristics. It is flexible to use for drums as well as other applications, electric guitar and bass amps, as well as for brass instruments.

The microphone provides a very lively and balanced sound and ignores almost any other sound source in the vicinity.

Electro Voice ND Series
The Electro Voice ND series is the successor to the well-known N / DYM series and extends the previous product range by four vocal and four instrument models for live and studio applications. Electro-Voice has been building microphones since 1927 and occupy a well-established place alongside other manufacturers. The very successful N/Dym series, introduced in 1983, now has a successor: the ND series. These microphones enrich the variety of live and studio microphones and have enormous reliability and special sound properties. Thanks to neodymium magnets, hum compensation coils, particularly robust workmanship, and sophisticated capsule suspensions, the ND series offers unrivaled tonal performance.
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05/2017
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Martin Diekmann
Dept. PA/Lighting/DJ
Tel.: +49 5451 909-120
pa@musik-produktiv.de

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