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|Package Weight||1.1 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.3 x 4.3 x 1.7"|
|Frequency Response||40 Hz - 20 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||101 dB, (@ Maximum SPL)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||65 dB, (A-Weighted)|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||126 dB, (@ 1 kHz 1% THD)|
|Power Requirements||Phantom: 9 - 52v DC Battery: AA (1.5v)|
|Output Impedance||200 Ohms|
|Transducer||Permanently Polarized Condenser|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||-6 dB / Octave @ 150 Hz|
|Applications||Vocal, Instrument (Especially Guitar)|
|Dimensions||Microphone: .98 x .39" (25 x 10 mm) LxDiameter Power Module: 3.27 x 2.48 x 0.87" (83 x 63 x 22mm) LxWxD Cable: 6' (1.8 m) Long|
|Weight||Microphone: 0.1 oz. (2.8 g) Less Cable and Accessories Power Module: 5.2 oz. (147 g)|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type, (from AT8531 Power Module)|
I purchased this microphone to use on a guitar for live sound. Works great for live and recording. It's quick and easy. It has a warm and natural sound. I would purchase another if needed. As with all AT mics I've owned, great quality and value for the price.
I have used multiple microphonic and pickup systems in my guitar playing and nothing reproduces the sound of a guitar quite as good as a microphone. This one performs the task in spades. Clear concise sounds. Separation of tones and musical nuances that make using it a joy to use.
I bought this for recording and performing with several obscure African instruments (segaba, karimba, and chipendani). These are instruments with very hard to reach "sweet" spots; normal mic technique did not do them justice. Has met all expectations.
I selected this mic to use with the System 10 Pro , just purchased. Sound for a Presenter ! Very, very Good - Excellent !
I purchasedd the AT831B to be used as a microphone for live streaming broadcasts. The microphone sounds great and has performed up to expectations.
I like the clarity. Not quite as compact as I'd hoped, but if you're not trying to hide, it does the job well.
i am a legal video specialist and need a rugged wired mic that rejects background noise and delivers clear crisp speech. I have used the AT831b for nearly 20 years, and they get dropped, abused, yanked and spit on and give many years of good service.
Pretty pleased with this mic, although I generally prefer omni lapel mics. It has a nice crisp response, on a range of voices. Something I didn't know, but can affirm now: apparently most condenser mics with both battery and phantom power perform better with phantom.
Small and out of sight, great quality. Just like The Tuck Pendleton machine: zero defects.
This extremely small lav delivers great audio, and its diminutive size allows for it to remain virtually unseen in the shot. I highly recommend it for controlled interviews.