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Blue Microphones Baby Bottle
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Blue Microphones Baby Bottle Microphone

Blue Baby Bottle Studio Condensor Microphone Bundle w/ Pop Filter and Shock Mount - ideal for recording vocals, percussion, or any acoustic instruments!

h3>Blue Microphones Baby Bottle Details

The Blue Microphones Baby Bottle??s unique sonic signature has a rich and present midrange response, a smooth top-end and neutral bottom-end creating an extremely present classic and contemporary sound. It is an ideal choice for recording vocals, room mixing for drums, electric guitar amps, and difficult brass instrument sources like saxophones and horns. With a unique proprietary circuit polarizing the capsule film at 100 volts, the Baby Bottle yields large output, creating the quietest microphone in its class.

Blue Microphones Baby Bottle - Hand-Crafted BLUE Design

The Baby Bottle is a pressure-gradient cardioid condenser microphone, employing an edge-terminated BLUE single-membrane large diaphragm capsule. For this hand-crafted diaphragm BLUE has selected a 6-micron mylar film, sputtered with a mixture of pure gold and aluminum. Enclosed within a sperical grille, the side-address capsule can be positioned in the smallest of spaces.

Blue Microphones Baby Bottle - Crystal Clear Sonic Clarity

The microphone's electronics are class A discrete, with transformerless output. In plain English, this means that the sound which arrives at the diaphragm is transduced (converted to electrical energy) is as accurate as possible, with minimal coloration with no integrated circuits in the signal path. In other words, what you hear is what you get!

The Baby Bottle's overall sonic character is neutral and especially rich in midrange response, making it an ideal microphone for recording vocals, drums, electric guitar and most acoustic instruments including "difficult" sources like saxophones, flutes, and stringed instruments. In addition, the Baby Bottle has extremely low self-noise specs, coupled with an exceptionally high output level.

Blue Microphones Baby Bottle FREE Baby Bottle Shock & Pop Kit

Created specifically for the Baby Bottle microphone, this visually elegant shock/pop combo is hand-built out of solid brass - the perfect accessory for Baby Bottle users, and now it ships with the Baby Bottle for FREE!

Blue Microphones Baby Bottle Features

  • Acoustical operating principal: Pressure gradient
  • Directional Pattern: Cardioid
  • Frequency Range: 20Hz�20KHz
  • Sensitivity at 1 kHz into 1 kohm: 33.5mV/Pa
  • Rated impedance: 50ohms
  • Rated load impedance: Not less than 1kohms
  • S/N ratio CCIR468-3: 76dB
  • S/N ratio DIN/IEC 651: 87dB-A
  • Noise level DIN/IEC 651: 5.5dB-A
  • Maximum SPL for THD 0.5%: 133dB
  • Dyn. range of the mic amplifier: 128dB
  • Supply voltage: 48V phantom
  • Dimensions: 222x45
  • Weight: 350g
  • 3-Year Warranty

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good mic for the money January 21, 2010
Reviewer: Uncle Ben from Edgewater, MD United States  
I've owned this mic for about 6 mos and have had no problems with it thus far.  I've recorded vocals and acoustic guitar with it, both with excellent results.  It's the most expensive mic I own, so I can't comment on how it compares to more boutique style condensers.

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