Earthworks SR20LS Microphone


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The Earthworks SR20LS Microphone is a cardioid microphone specifically designed for miking kick drums in live performance and studio recording environments.

Unlock the true potential of any bass drum. Full, deep low frequency response extending all the way down to 20Hz, with an extremely gentle proximity that never becomes boomy. Totally natural high frequency response that captures every detail in the attack of your drum.

Earthworks SR20LS Microphone Features

  • Handles 150dB SPL without distortion
  • 20Hz to 20kHz flat frequency response
  • Fastest impulse response of any bass drum microphone on the market
  • Machined from solid stainless steel for bulletproof reliability

Earthworks SR20LS Microphone Specifications

  • Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Sensitivity: 3mV/Pa (-50dBV/Pa)
  • Power Requirements: 24-48V Phantom, 10mA
  • Max Acoustic Input: 150dB SPL
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 74dB A-weighted
  • Output: XLR (pin 2+)
  • Output Impedance: 200Ω balanced (between pins 2 & 3)
  • Min Output Load: 1000Ω between pins 2 & 3
  • Noise: 20dB SPL equivalent (A weighted)
  • Dimensions L x D: 192mm x 22mm (7.57 x .860 inches)
  • Weight: .36 lb. (164g)

Earthworks SR20LS Microphone Includes

  • SR20LS Microphone
  • MC1 Microphone Clip
  • SRW3 Foam Windscreen

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  • 5
    Earthworks SR20LS
    Kevin Hollister

    Just got this mic July 22 used it for a show on the 23rd and once I found the right spot I fell in love. I use it in the hole on the front head of the bass drum and I angle it towards the beater about 4 inches inside the hole. Used it again on another show 4 days later different kit and loved it. Seems to work best when it is not parallel with the beater head ( off axis )