The DM system consists of the DST (Drum Shell Transducer), which is made of the same unique Emfit electret material, and a DM series preamp. The DST is an ultra-light, thin and flexible mic that mounts to the drum shell with tape at the back of the mic.
There are three different DM series preamps: the DM-S with XOM for snare, DM-T for rack and floor toms and the DM-K for kick. They are small lightweight structures that mount at the rim of the drum and secured there with a standard drum tension rod. The preamps have a XLR output and are powered from any mixer that can supply phantom power. The DM-S has a mini plug input for an additional dynamic or condenser microphone and when used is combined with the DST using the B-Band XOM (cross-over- mix) circuit.
The B-Band DM preamps each have four mini switches with selectable features. The DM-S with XOM has switches for 9-volt power to the mini plug input, external mic disable, mid boost and high cut. The DM-T has switches for bass boost, 330 Hz boost, 500 Hz cut, and 4K Hz cut. The DM-K has bass boost, 330 Hz boost, 500 Hz cut, 4K Hz boost.
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