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|Package Weight||1.85 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||19.528 x 4.567 x 2.441"|
|Frequency Response||30 Hz - 20 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||Phantom 106 dB, (1 kHz @ Maximum SPL) Battery 91 dB, (1 kHz @ Maximum SPL)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||70 dB, (1 kHz @ 1 Pa A-Weighted)|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||Phantom 130 dB, (1 kHz @ 1% THD) Battery 115 dB, (1 kHz @ 1% THD)|
|Power Requirements||Phantom 9 - 52 VDC Battery AA (1.5 V)|
|Output Impedance||Phantom 500 Ohms Battery 600 Ohms|
|Transducer||Fixed-Charged, Back Plate, Permanently Polarized Condenser|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||-12 dB/Octave, (@ 180 Hz)|
|Applications||Video, Film and Broadcast Production|
|Dimensions||18.11 x 0.83" (460 x 21 mm) LxDiameter|
|Weight||7.1 oz (200 g)|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type|
|Polar Pattern||Line + Gradient|
Best Shotgun I've used for the money, especially in a high noise area. I used it on a Motorcycle Doc and we interviewed riders sitting on their bike with the motor running and still got clear dialog. The level could be a little hotter, but not much of a concern.
I've used this on a variety of films and commercial shoots. Its ok. Very low output level. I thought it sounded good until I put it up next to a Rode NTG-3. When compared the AT8015 sounded thin and weak. Not exactly apple to apples, though.
This is an awesome shotgun mic and it's a great price. I bought it to use on video shoots that I produce. At the moment we're mostly using it to record dialogue. My director uses a Canon 7D camera and with this mic we are now able to get great audio along with the HD video.
This microphone is used for audio testing in different venues and has performed admirably. The results have been as expected and better. The balance and overall quality makes this a mic to own.
Works well for isolating sounds in high noise environments.
I am using a set of these microphones in the sanctuary of our church to be able to record the various church choirs that perform during service. They are located on the front of the balcony at the back of the church (approximately 50 feet away).
I've used a few other microphones, and for the purpose of getting quality audio from a large distance, this is by far the best. The large size allows it to get a great directional sound that rarely needs any tuning in post. It's simple to set up.
This is a very directional microphone that rejects side sound very well. It is pretty long and the audio quality is a little on the thin side - certainly not warm and fuzzy - but what do you want for $? Not a primary mic, but in a difficult audio environment, it can be a life saver.
My partner show me this product to solution my problems with outside audio captions and i love it!!!
this mic is great for anything you need audio wise. The only problem with it that I have is that it's HUGE! But whatever as long as it gets good audio who really cares? I mean this will get professional audio and you'll be happy with it.