tions conducted throughout the U.S., AKG recently put inven tory samples of its new Series microphones through an incredible ordeal of abuse. Sample. In AKG developed their first dynamic vocal performance microphone, the D The indestructible die cast case ensures the exceptional ruggedness of the. Does anyone know about the AKG D mic? I picked one up this weekend at a swap meet for $5 with a 20′ XLR to 1/4″ cable included so for.
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Request a new review. Our members also liked: Sort by most recent most useful. The AKG D is a cardioid dynamic microphone.
The range of frequencies with the are similar to its earlier model range 60 to 18, hz. If you want the frequency response switches you will need to not purchase this mic, they have created the AKG D S and that version of this mic has the switch, actually the switch is the only difference between the two mics.
This mic is built strong and built to last. a,g
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A friend of mine uses it for vocals on stage. It hardly generates any feedbacks. If you need a cheap trumpet mic this might be what you’re looking for.
It’s also quite good for saxophone. It sounds sweet and rejects key pad and wind noises.
Dynamic microphone OVERALL OPINION I use them for a qkg over a year for a couple of overhead and sometimes a percussionist on drums, I find this game good plutt l if they are well placed, they not saturate, no feedback, there is probably much better, but they will live well, I’m happy, only they are small in inconvnient Diameter and heavy, therefore not possible to the caller in a clamp standard without tape I am also used to make a voice fminine nothing wrong same observation as above So I’m happy and I guards.