Audix D6-KD Dynamic Kick Drum Microphone & Stand

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Audix D6-KD
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Audix D6-KD D6 Kick Drum Microphone w/ Stand-KD

Audix D6-KD D6 Kick Drum Microphone w/ Stand-KD

Audix D6-KD D6 Kick Drum Microphone w/ Stand-KD Details
The Audix D6 microphone is great onstage or in the studio for kick drums, percussion, and bass cabs and the Audix D6 has a cardioid pickup pattern and a frequency response of 30Hz - 15kHz. Its transformerless design, low impedance, and balanced output allow interference-free performance even with long cable runs. The one-piece body is precision machined from solid aluminum.

Audix D6-KD D6 Kick Drum Microphone w/ Stand-KD Features
  • Designed for low-frequency reproduction
  • One-piece body precision machined from solid aluminum
  • Cardioid pickup pattern
  • Dynamic transducer
  • Frequency response of 30Hz - 15kHz
  • 144dB max SPL
  • Audix D6 Microphone
  • Stank-KD Kick Drum Microphone Stand
What We Think - Audix D6-KD Review
"The Audix D6 is a 'pre-EQ'd' microphone that has a wide mid-scoop around 600Hz and peaks around 63Hz and 5kHz. So, the D6 is not a flat-response microphone in the least; it is a purpose-built microphone designed to be unique. It really brings out the slap of the beater of a kick drum while also really hitting you in the gut with the lows. It really is perfect for the modern kick drum sound and excells when bringing out the 'click' on a bass track. In fact, the D6 has become one of my favorite ways to capture bass tracks now. It really gets the clarity of each note much like a high quality DI while also injecting the right amount of air on the track to naturally soften the transients. I happen to like it a lot on a snare drum since overheads can often get the mids of the snare and I'll just need some highs and attenuated lows to emphasize the snare's presence and attack. It can be a 'splatt-y' sound, but I quite like it."
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