WNAMM07: Hand-Held Condenser For Live Vocals

Audio-Technica say the AT2010 brings studio-quality sound to live performance applications      24/01/07

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WNAMM07: Hand-Held Condenser For Live Vocals


Audio-Technica has introduced the AT2010 cardioid condenser vocal microphone which they say is designed to bring the studio-quality sound of their renowned 20 Series to the stage.
Featuring the same 16 mm low-mass diaphragm found in the AT2020 side-address studio condenser, Audio-Technica say that this rugged handheld offers the performance advantages of a high-quality studio microphone and is ideal for use in live performance where phantom power is available and wherever articulate, crystal-clear vocals are needed.
Features
  • Extended flat frequency response (40-20,000 Hz) with superior transient response resulting in smooth, natural sonic characteristics.
  • Fixed cardioid polar pattern allows isolation of the desired sound source thereby reducing pickup of unwanted sounds from the sides and rear.
  • Able to handle extremely high SPLs (136 dB) and has a wide dynamic range (113 dB)
  • Multi-stage grille offers excellent protection against plosives and sibilance without compromising high-frequency clarity.
  • Requires 48V phantom power that may be provided by a mixer/console or by an in-line source such as the Audio-Technica AT8801 single-channel and CP8506 four-channel phantom power supplies.
  • Output is via a low-impedance, 3-pin XLRM-type connector.
In addition, the AT2010 measures 7.05" long, has a maximum body diameter of 2.00", weighs 8.2 oz., and comes with the AT8470 Quiet-Flex microphone stand clamp and a soft protective carrying pouch.
Pricing and Availability:
The AT2010 will be available February 2007 with a U.S. MSRP of $169.00 (estimated street price of $99.00). More information:
  • www.audio-technica.com
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