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Audix OM3 Dynamic Vocal Microphone

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Audix OM3 Dynamic Vocal Microphone

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£85.00

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€99.37 (euros)

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OM3 Dynamic Vocal Microphone description:

The Audix OM3, first introduced in 1989, is the original VLM technology high-output vocal microphone.

An American-made hand-held vocal microphone designed for live performance, the Audix OM3 is characterized by a hypercardioid pickup pattern and a uniform frequency response of 50-18kHz. An excellent choice for any size stage, the OM3-xb can provide over 25 dB of feedback rejection off-axis and is able to handle extremely high levels of gain without distortion. Transformerless design, low impedance, and balanced output allow interference-free performance even with long cable runs.

The OM3 produces a highly accurate, natural sound with slight bass proximity. A dent-resistant spring-steel grill and sound pressure handling capabilities in excess of 144dB add to the OM3's road-worthiness.

Audix OM3 main features include:

  • Transducer type: dynamic
  • Frequency response: 50 Hz- 18kHz
  • Polar pattern: hypercardioid
  • Output impedance: 250 ohms
  • Sensitivity: 2.5mV/ Pascal
  • Capsule technology: VLM Type B
  • Off-axis rejection: >25dB
  • Maximum SPL: >144dB
  • Cable/connector: 3-pin gold-plated maleXLR
  • Polarity: positive voltage on pin 2 relative to pin 3 of output XLR connector
  • Housing: Zinc alloy
  • Weight: 10.87oz/308.4 grams
  • Supplied accessories: Mic clip (MC1) adjustable through 180 degrees with standard 5/8 inch 27 thread, zippered microphone carrying pouch.

Manufacturer: Audix

This page first created on: 07/12/2007

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Portsmouth GB

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This customer purchased the product in April 2012