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Electro-Voice ND96 Dynamic Supercardioid Vocal Microphone
Manufacturer: Electro-Voice
Condition: New
Electro-Voice ND96 Dynamic Supercardioid Vocal Microphone
Product TypeMicrophone
Product SeriesND
Brand NameElectro-Voice
ManufacturerThe Bosch Group
Product ModelND96
Product NameND96 Dynamic Supercardioid Vocal Microphone
Manufacturer Part NumberND96
Manufacturer Website Address
Minimum Frequency Response140 Hz
Maximum Frequency Response15 kHz
Connectivity TechnologyWired
Polar PatternSuper-cardioid
Microphone TypeHandheld
Microphone TechnologyDynamic
Weight (Approximate)11.39 oz
Host InterfaceXLR
Push vocals through the mixStructural and acoustical functions allow the signal to be pushed through incredibly loud ambient volumes without risking feedback Large-diaphragm dynamic capsuleCreates a rich and detailed frequency response Vocal presence emphasis switchA selectable voice presence booster reduces certain low-mid frequency areas and emphasizes key upper-midrange vocal presence areas for a more profound vocal edge when driving the voice higher in the mix Shock-mounted capsule minimizes handling noiseLow frequency bumps and thumps won't get into the PA Humbucking coil guards against line humUse with confidence near speaker cabinets and EMF-generating equipment racks Memraflex grille resists dentingDurable tight-mesh grilles withstand extraordinarily rough treatment The ND96 is a robust, high-performance, large-diaphragm dynamic supercardioid vocal microphone. Designed for excellent acoustic control on very loud stages, the ND96's special structural and acoustical designs create performance characteristics allowing the microphone's gain before feedback in a mix to be significantly louder than most microphones.