APEX 326 Dynamic Microphone
The APEX 326 Dynamic Microphone is designed from the ground up for drum kit. Made of a rugged ABS casing to protect the mic's elements from the occasional stick hit that is inevitable over a drumhead, the APEX 326 is ideal for the demanding job of miking the snare and toms.
The APEX 326 Dynamic Microphone has a cardioid polar pattern offering maximum rejection 180 degrees off axis and can easily handle up to 145dB SPL at the input. The tight cardioid pickup pattern also helps the front-of-house engineer further define the drum mix by separating the toms from crosstalk between mics. This becomes more and more important as the mic signal is often used to trigger any of the drum modules currently in the marketplace, as well as feed the front of house drum mix cleanly and with definition.
The lightweight high impact ABS body and all metal windscreen provide ample protection for the APEX 326 dynamic diaphragm.
The APEX 326 comes equipped with a rubber shock-absorbing mounting clip designed not to shift position or to damage a drum's chrome or brass rim.
APEX 326 Dynamic Microphone Features
- High impact ABS microphone body for reduced weight on drum rim
- Rugged ABS drum rim clip
- Handles extremely high SPL without distortion or capsule overload
- Cardioid polar pattern reduces cross talk between adjacent mics
- Gold plated pins on XLR connectors for improved signal transfer
APEX 326 Dynamic Microphone Specifications
- Element: Moving Coil Dynamic
- Frequency Response: 90Hz - 18kHz
- Sensitivity: -74dB ± 3dB
- Impedance: 600 O
- Max SPL: 145dB, 1kHz (calculated)
- Connection: XLR-M
- Dimensions: 3.43 x 3.31 x 1.3 in / 87 x 84 x 33 mm
APEX 326 Dynamic Microphone Includes
- APEX 326 Dynamic Microphone
- Integrated Clip & Rim Clip
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Awesome little mic! I used it for snare, toms and overheads. I was impressed with it's build and sound quality during a recent live gig and would recommend these mics to anyone looking for a "Best Bang For The Money" drum mic. I have several drum mics that I use (Shure, Audix, CAD, AKG, Oktava, Audio Technica, Electro Voice and Sennheiser) and these little mics hold their own against them.