Oktava MK-012-01 MSP2 Microphones Set (Silver)

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Product Code: 9600
Oktava MK-012-01 MSP2
$475.00
UPC:
096802717789
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Oktava MK-012-01 MSP2 Microphone Set

The Oktava MK-012-01 MSP2 Microphone Set is a compact, high quality, factory matched small diaphragm microphone set with cardioid capsules. The Oktava MK-012-01 MSP2's are ideal for spaced stereo miking techniques. The wide, flat response ensures that all sounds are captured with a high degree of accuracy.

The Oktava MK-012-01 MSP2 Microphone Set is suitable for use in any situation where an accurate sound is required, the small size of the system makes it ideal for use in broadcast, sound for picture, installation, sound reinforcement and theater situations... as well as the recording studio.

The Oktava MK-012-01 MSP2 Microphone Set includes a set of -10 dB pad for use in high SPL environments. The cardioid capsule, which screws onto the microphone body, utilizes a precision, integral connection system to ensure reliable electrical contact.

Oktava MK-012-01 MSP2 Microphone Set Features

  • Genuine Russian Made
  • Black and Silver Color Options
  • Ideal for stereo recording

Oktava MK-012-01 MSP2 Microphone Set Includes

  • x2 Oktava MK-012 Bodies
  • x2 Cardioid Capsules
  • x2 -10db Pads
  • x2 Mounts
  • Wooden storage case

Oktava MK-012 MSP6 Microphone Set Features Specifications

  • Mic type Small diaphragm condenser
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Freq. Response: 20-20000Hz
  • Phantom voltage required: 48 +- 2V
  • Full impedance, module: less than 300 ohms
  • Weighted SPL (ref. DIN 45412): 18 dBA
  • Maximum SPL in 250-8000Hz range, (less than 0.5% THD): 130 db
  • Free field sensitivity at 1KHz: <10 mV/Pa
  • Free field sensitivity roll off from 40Hz to 20KHz should not exceed: +- 3 db
  • Weight with 3 capsules and pad: 200 gr
  • Length: 128mm
  • Max diameter/width: 23mm

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  • 4
    LIKE!

    Posted by Matthew Moorman on May 16th 2012

    These are great to have. I would've never thought that they would be good drum overheads. THey are! Be diligent with placement. They really soak up the cymbals. Upright piano: dandy! Don't be afraid to just use one. Mono works too! Acoustic: quite nice. In fact for stereo acoustic, try use one mk012 paired with a ribbon or something darker and flabbier. A lot of tonal options that way. Again, just because you have two (and I'm talking to myself as well), doesn't mean that you have to use both of them.

    You'll need a stereo bar, and some little shockmounts. Handling/bumping noise is ridiculous.

    I performed the "dorsey" mod to these. It did open them up a bit, but that also meant that it made them a wee bit brighter. I don't regret it, and I would recommend for or against it.

  • 5
    Very good sound quality, a great value!

    Posted by Jim D on Jun 7th 2011

    I am using these mics for voice as well as music and am very happy with the quality of both types of recordings. The sound is crisp and clear. I could have spent a lot more money and probably not gotten a lot better recordings.

  • 5
    Won't find this kind of deal anywhere

    Posted by John Tuggle on Mar 30th 2011

    I've used these mics on female vocals, drum overheads, leslie cabinets and acoustic guitars. They have a very natural sound without sounding brittle and bright. Very crisp and detailed.

  • 5
    Universal mikes

    Posted by Egor Kalgannikov on Jun 24th 2010

    Great mikes you can ise just everywhere on every instrument. Tried recording ambient room sound of a concert (stereopair works realy nicely there), vocals (a little sibilant), acoustic guitar (very natural), overheads (you can just add a bass drum mike and record the whole set with great fidelity and stereofield), violin (with high roll-off), djambee (top mike). With a little help of an eq you can make every recorded sound sound good - thanks to the flattness of the mikes. Highly recommened!

  • 4
    great lil mics

    Posted by Brian Parks on Jan 12th 2010

    ive used these extensively on guitar and drum overheads, and i love these little mics! highly recommended.