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AKG P120 Cardioid Recording Condenser Microphone $66.44 + $15.43 Delivery @ Amazon UK via AU

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Product Description
AKG P120 is a 2/3-inch diaphragm true condenser microphone that offers solidly built quality, outstanding performance and excellent value. The low-mass diaphragm delivers a clear sound with accurate sonic detail for vocals, speech and instrument recording in project studios and for home recording. Some specifications are audio frequency bandwidth 20 to 20000 Hz, equivalent noise level 19 dB-A, sensitivity 24 mV/Pa, preattenuation pad -20 dB and bass cut filter 300 Hz - 6 dB/octave. Measures 16.5 cm in length. Diameter: 5.4 cm.

Set Contains:
1 x AKG P120 microphone; 1 x stand adapter

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  • Does this help with autotune?

  • What are estimated postage costs to Australia?

    • Showing +$15.43 delivery for me.

    • $15.43

  • Got one. Cheers.

  • Very amazing deal. Careful if you're using it in an untreated space, it reverbs a lot and picks up some noise.

  • So Cheap, good Deal by Harman Kardon Mic

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      what is harman kardon?

  • +2

    Samsung mic. Will blend well with my S20 Ultra!
    Harman is a subsidiary of Samaung!

    • +1

      AKG by Harman, a Samsung Company.

  • +2

    Great deal. Should record guitar amps quite well. May also use it as a zoom mic just to flex

  • Okay to use for gaming with mates? If filtered through discord or NVIDIA suppression software?

  • “Acoustic and cinema equipment company” - makes very good equipment.

  • How does this compare to a Shure SM57? I have a SM57 that is broken but am thinking this could be cheaper than repairing it.

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      They are really different styles of microphone. I don't know this model specifically but I have an SM57 and a cardioid condenser and find them good for very different things. If I;m in your shoes and I'm happy with the SM57 for my application I would probably fix or replace that instead.

      • Cheers - the SM57 has been used for instruments like banjos (that don't have a pick up) so wasn't sure if that was the same type of application. Have to see if I can find someone to solder the SM57 perhaps.

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          These styles of mics are good for recording instruments, but unlike the bullet style mics where you put them right next to the thing you're trying to record and it record a pretty clean signal, this is more of a room mic and will be very sensitive to background noise etc.

    • Its a lot more sensitive and detailed, also a lot more sensitive to shocks. it absolutely needs phantom power from the audio interface to run

  • Already have a USB condenser and an XLR, and I have a PreSonus on the way from the previous deal. Does anyone know if it's an issue using a USB mic along with a audio interface?

  • How is this compared with VIVITAR USB Condenser Microphone https://shop.aldi.com.au/product-detail?product=706388&name=... :-(

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