Dynamic Instrument Microphone is an American made instrument microphone designed for live and studio performance. Audix D2 is designed to fill the specific needs of artists and engineers for both studio and live applications. Audix D2 features a true hypercardioid pick-up pattern and a frequency response of 44Hz – 18kHz, the D2 is an ideal choice for rack toms, floor toms, congas, and other instruments requiring low frequency reproduction. Each Audix D2 microphone consists of a VLM (very low mass) capsule housed in a precision-machined lightweight aluminum body. The compact size, in conjunction with the newly designed D-vice gooseneck clip, allows for quick and easy set up a perfect mic placement. Don’t compromise the sound of your drums.
Hyper-Cardioid Polar Pattern
The hyper-cardioid polar pattern of Audix D2 is effective in eliminating noise and ambiance at the off-axis sections of the microphone.
Contoured Mid-Bass Frequency Response
The D2 features a frequency response of 44Hz to 18kHz. A mid-range bump accentuates the tonal response of floor toms, congas and more, the natural low frequency roll-off reduces noise.
High SPL Handling
The D2 can accurately handle signals with sound pressure levels registering at 144dB. Transient peaks are reproduced without distortion due to overload.
|Transducer||Dynamic VLM Type B (Transformerless)|
|Frequency Response||44Hz to 18kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||not specified by manufacturer|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||not specified by manufacturer|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||144dB|
|Power Requirements||Dynamic Transducer – no external power required|
|Output Jitter||250 Ohms|
|Output Connectors||3-pin XLR male|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||Natural roll-off at 44Hz not switchable|
|Dimensions||not specified by manufacturer|