Tom & Snare Microphone Set
- Frequenzgang von 50 Hz bis 20 kHz
- Extrem detailgetreuer und realistischer Klang
- Sehr schnelle Impulsantwort für klare Transienten
- Attackzeiten halten auch hohen Pegeln stand
- Beinahe peferkte Nieren-Charakteristik
- 32dB Rückwärtsdämpfung
- Mini-Schwanenhals für schnelles und einfaches Miking
- Kommt mit Halterung für Montage an Trommeln
- Max. SPL 150dB, auch für laute Drummer
- Road-taugliche Konstruktion mit Transport-Koffer
The Earthworks DM20 DrumMic™ is a precision engineered cardioid condenser microphone designed for close miking toms and snare in live performance and studio recording environments.
Whether onstage or in the studio, the DM20 captures a drum sound that is larger than life. Onstage the DM20 delivers sound so detailed and natural that the sound coming out of the PA sounds like the drummer is right in front of you. For recording, it will reproduce toms and snare with incredible detail and pristine sound, faithfully reproducing their true character.
Its near-perfect cardioid polar pattern is consistent across all frequencies, simplifying mic placement, virtually eliminating phasing issues and ensuring more gain before feedback. The DM20 transient response is lightning fast, handling sharp attacks with ease, while still picking up all of the subtle nuances and softest dynamics. Even the loudest drummer cannot overload the DM20 DrumMic™, which can handle up to 150dB SPL.
Designed to withstand the rigors of the road while still delivering the sound quality Earthworks is known for, the DM20 DrumMic™ provides the best of both worlds. Capable of withstanding a stray stick hit, the DM20 removes the worry of close miking snare and toms. Its right angle microphone head makes the positioning of the microphone easily and precise to get the best drum sound. Featuring a stiff yet flexible gooseneck, the microphone will stay in the found sweet spot.
Included with the DM20 is an RM1 RimMount™ for mounting the microphone directly on the rim of a snare or toms, eliminating the need for mic stands. Plus, save time on setup and teardown by storing the DM20 with the RM1 still attached in its carrying case.