Audix M1280B Condenser Microphone

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Product Code: 1400
$430.00
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$399.00
UPC:
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Audix M1280B Miniature Condenser Microphone

The Audix M1280B is a miniaturized condenser microphone with RFI immunity and extended frequency response.

The M1280B, a miniaturized condenser microphone with a fully integrated preamp and detachable cable, has complete immunity from RF interference caused by cell phones and GSM devices. The M1280B is equipped with a cardioid capsule and is also available with hypercardioid, omni or shotgun capsules. The M1280B has a very wide frequency response and may be used in a wide variety of live, studio and broadcast applications.

The M1280B is available with a wide array of clips and accessories allowing the microphone to be used for drums, percussion, musical instruments, overhead stage miking, podiums, conferences and presentations.

Audix M1280B Miniature Condenser Microphone Applications

  • Overhead mic for choir, group vocal
  • Ambient room miking
  • Acoustic instruments
  • Symphonic area miking
  • Speech / Presentation
  • Cymbals / Percussion

Audix M1280B Miniature Condenser Microphone Specifications

  • Type: Condenser
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Frequency Response: 40Hz - 20kHz
  • Impedance: 150 Ohms
  • Sensitivity: 10 mV (C/HC) / 12 mV (O) / 18 mV (S) / Pa @ 1k

Audix M1280B Miniature Condenser Microphone Includes

  • M1280B Miniaturized Condenser Mic
  • CBLM25 25' Cable With Mini-XLRf - XLRm Connectors
  • MCMICRO Mic Stand Adapter
  • MCHANGER Hanging Clip
  • WS1218 External Windscreen

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  • 4
    Handy little mic

    Posted by Sandor on May 1st 2011

    I got this mic to use for micing in tight places, like the F hole on a stand-up bass, or inside an instrument like a harmonium. I was a little disappointed with the sound quality, although with a little EQ, it can sound pretty good. It's also a bit prone to feedback, if you try to use it live.