Samson C03U Multi-Pattern Condenser USB Microphone

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Product Code: 9999-01120
Samson C03U
$99.99
UPC:
809164007517
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Samson C03U Multi-Pattern Condenser USB Microphone

Samson C03U USB Multi-Pattern Condenser Mic based on the extremely popular C03 studio condenser, the C03U delivers the same pristine audio quality and enhanced capabilities along with a high quality A/D converter and USB output.

Samson C03U Details
Following on the success of the C01U, Samson is proud to introduce the C03U, multi-pattern USB studio condenser microphone. Based on the extremely popular C03 studio condenser, the C03U delivers the same pristine audio quality and enhanced capabilities along with a high quality A/D converter and USB output.

The C03U features dual 19mm internal shock mounted diaphragms with switchable omni, supercardioid, and figure-8 pickup patterns. Perfect for recording vocals or any acoustic instrument plus the selectable patterns make it ideal for a variety of specialized recording situations, like multiple vocalists, ambient room miking, and even a group of people around a conference table recording a Podcast.

The C03U works seamlessly on any computer running Mac OS X or Windows XP, and with most DAW software programs without having to install any extra software or drivers.

Samson C03U Features
  • Plugs in directly to any computer with a USB interface
  • Switchable Supercardioid, Omni, and Figure-8 Pickup Patterns
  • High Quality A/D Converter with 16-Bit, 48kHz Sampling Rate
  • Dual Large 19mm Diaphragm Elements
  • Switchable High-Pass Filter and 10 dB Pad
  • Smooth, Flat Frequency Response
  • USB cable and carry pouch included

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  • 3
    my mobile mic

    Posted by peter simeon jr on Sep 10th 2017

    mainly use this whenever i facilitate a music workshop or other, plug in my MacBook pro audio and midi setup add aggregate device and I'm good to go, this product as not been promoted as it should ,so many uses try one