Whether you're launching a new project studio or expanding your microphone collection, the versatile new Sterling Audio SP150SMK Condenser Microphone and Shockmount Package is a great choice for your microphone arsenal. This value-conscious mic kit includes the SP150 large-diaphragm condenser mic, a multi-use shockmount and a simple hard mount. Capable of handling up to 136 dB SPL, the SP150 is a side-address, large-diaphragm mic with a low-noise, Class A FET capsule design and a cardioid polar pattern. Use it
on guitars, drums, and amplifiers, as well as vocals and speech, for great results with all the sonic details.
Sterling includes its high-quality SM4 spider-band shockmount, which isolates the mic from sub-sonic vibrations. You also get the company's HM4 hard-mount for precise mic placement that larger mounts might prohibit, giving you the best of both worlds. A rugged, generously padded, custom case keeps the SP150 safe during transportation and storage.
The Sterling SP150 stands 7.1 inches tall, with a 1.9-inch diameter and weighs just 1 lb. Frequency response is rated at 20 Hz to 20 kHz, with a sensitivity of 5 mV/Pa and equivalent input noise of <28 dB SPL. Like most condenser microphones, the SP150SMK requires +48 volt phantom power. The SP150SMK package is available at GuitarCenter.com andMusiciansfriend.com. For more information, please visit www.sterlingaudio.net.
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Sterling Audio produces exceptional recording studio solutions including reference monitors, headphone amps, mic accessories and best-in-class tube, ribbon, and FET microphones offering exceptional sound quality and unprecedented value for any recording application or budget. You can learn more about the complete lineup of Sterling products at www.sterlingaudio.net.Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR
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