Audio Technica AT 4050 Multi-pattern Condenser Microphone
Audio Technica AT4050 Multi-pattern is available in Bangladesh at Multimedia Kingdom.
|Output Connectors||1 x 3-Pin XLR|
|Operating Current Consumption||4.2 mA|
|Operating Voltage||48 V|
|Length||7.40″ / 188.0 mm|
|Diameter||2.10″ / 53.4 mm|
|Polar Pattern||Cardioid, Figure-8, Omnidirectional|
|Frequency Range||20 Hz to 18 kHz|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||77 dB A-Weighted|
|Equivalent Noise Level||17 dB A-Weighted|
|Maximum SPL||159 dB SPL Peak|
|Low-Cut Filter||12 dB/Octave @ 80 Hz|
|Dynamic Range||132 dB A-Weighted|
|Weight||17.99 oz / 510 g|
The AT4050 microphone is a great product. It gives an honest representation of sound whether you are recording vocals, flutes, or stringed instruments. I am a multi-instrumentalist and am very pleased with its capabilities in capturing the sonic qualities straight across the spectrum of musical instruments in numerous settings. The multi-pattern features are a huge bonus, along with the low cut and -10 dB pad switch. All I can say is that at the end of the day you got one heck of a good microphone.
The AT4050 is powered by 48V phantom power and built with a 3-pin XLR output connector. It is equipped with a -10 dB pad that lowers the microphone sensitivity and provides higher SPL capability. This makes it applicable in a wide range of applications like vocals, piano, strings, drum overheads, and guitar amp capture.