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|Package Weight||1.1 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.0 x 6.063 x 3.543"|
|Frequency Response||40Hz - 20kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||113 dB, 1 kHz at Max SPL|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||71 dB, 1 kHz at 1 Pa|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||136 dB SPL, 1 kHz at 1% T.H.D.|
|Power Requirements||48V DC, 2 mA typical|
|Output Connectors||Integral 3-pin XLRM-type|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||No|
|Dimensions (LxDiameter)||7.05 x 2" (179.1 x 50.8mm)|
|Weight||8.2 oz (233 g)|
|Output Impedance||100 ohms|
I've been using a Shure Beta 58 for about twenty five years for vocals. I needed another backup mic and decided to try this Audio Technica AT 2010. The frequency response is great.
I used it recently with a Behringer MIC2200 and QX1832USB at a live stage performance at my church. The mic was used by both male and female vocalists for singing and speech. I'm extremenly happy with the performance and ease of setup.
Well made and good sound quality. I didn't give it five stars only because it requires 48 volts of phantom power, which I did not notice until I tried to hook it into a 12 volt string of lavalier mics. Really my bad, I guess, for not noticing.
Great mic for the price. Good for podcasting or VO use, if you want the same capsule as the AT2020 in a more portable package.
This is s great vocal mic for the price. I like the sound of it better than all the other $100 mics, including the Shure SM58 and the Sennheiser e835. Just hope it is as reliable as them.