Audix – ADX20i-P Miniature Condenser Mic for Brass & Woodwinds

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The ADX-20i is a pre-polarized condenser microphone designed to handle a wide variety of clip-on applications.

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Product Description

The ADX-20i is a pre-polarized condenser microphone designed to handle a wide variety of clip-on applications. The ADX20i is sonically superior as well as aesthetically pleasing and is ideally suited for saxophone trombone trumpet and other brass instruments. With a smooth uniform response over a frequency range of 40 Hz – 20 kHz the ADX-20i provides a rich warm sound not typical of microphones this size. It is machined from solid brass and has a low reflective black e-coat finish. The ADX-20i operates on phantom power (9-52 volts) with the preamp module provided (APS-910). It may be used in battery mode with optional phantom power adapter (APS-911). The ADX-20i can be utilized with a wireless system. Depending on the brand of wireless and the connector configuration of the instrument body pack the ADX-20i connector would need to be modified accordingly. Low noise electronic circuitry and balanced low impedance-output allow for interference free performance even with long cable runs.

Instrument not included.

Specs

  • Transducer Type Condenser (pre-polarized)
  • Frequency Response 40 Hz – 20kHz
  • Polar Pattern Cardioid
  • Output Impedance 250 Ohms balanced
  • Open Circuit Sensitivity 5.2 mV
  • Equivalent Noise Level 24 dB (A weighted)
  • Signal to Noise Ratio 65 dB (ref 1k @ 1 Pascal)
  • Power Requirements 9 – 52v phantom
  • Maximum SPL 130 dB
  • Cable/Connector Shielded 6’ cable terminating to a miniature 3 pin XLR-f
  • Phantom Adapter mini XLR male – XLR male
  • Polarity Positive voltage on pin 2 relative to pin 3 of output XLR connector
  • Housing Machined Brass
  • Gooseneck Flexible steel
  • Weight 1.7 oz/4.7 grams (without cable)

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