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Audix D-6 Sub Impulse Kick Microphone - Brushed Aluminum Special Edition
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The choice for low-frequency reproduction in a special edition brushed aluminum finish.

This special edition Audix D6 Sub Impulse kick microphone is great onstage or in the studio for kick drums, percussion, and bass cabs, and will make a visual impact as well with its brushed aluminum finish. This D6 drum also has a cardioid pickup pattern and a frequency response of 30Hz to 15kHz. Its transformerless design, low impedance, and balanced output allow interference-free performance even with long cable runs. One-piece body precision machined from solid aluminum.

Audix D-6 Sub Impulse Kick Microphone - Brushed Aluminum Special Edition Features:

  • Designed for low-frequency reproduction
    One-piece body precision machined from solid aluminum
    Cardioid pickup pattern
    Dynamic transducer
    Frequency response of 30Hz - 15kHz
    144dB max SPL
    Special brushed aluminum finish

Audix D-6 Sub Impulse Kick Microphone - Brushed Aluminum Special Edition

One year parts and labor warranty (if no signs of abuse) on all mics.

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  • Just quit looking!

    As reviewed by Medic13 on 8/19/2010

    I've used a few other Kick drum mics over time. I read reviews and listen to what other drummers use. I walk up and look and even ask the drummers what they are using. Curious I guess....The pros are endorsed so I don't really pay much attention to what they say. No disrespect! Most recording magazines or live sound mags float between the Shure Beta 52 and the Audix D6. It's all about what you are looking for. I've found that setting EQ with the Audix is easier. I'm a "less is more" kind of person. I really dont have to touch a dial on my board for the D6. With the addition of the new "Kickport" for bass drums and the D6, set just even with the front drumhead, it is the easiest drum to set up in either recording or a live show. It works equally as well with a full drumhead on the front. Just quit looking and buy it. You will be happy you did.

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  • Video and Written Reviews Just Aren't Enough!

    As reviewed by Brian Kieffer on 9/17/2012

    It really blew me away how easy it was to EQ. I was able to get an amazing low end tone with the right amount decay at the end. Great kick/thud sound. My bass drum is ported and muffled. Secondly, Is it worth $200? In my opinion, Yes. I've tried it on a 21" kick, 16" & 14" tom and a 12" x 24" djembe.. all applications ended with the same happy with the sound. O ya..It looks sweet.

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  • Fantastic Mic!

    As reviewed by Daniel on 5/25/2011

    This mic is the second best kick mic I've ever used...if not, the first. I own or have tried virtually all the major contenders in kick mic world and have kept coming back to the D6. As a sound guy and an equipment rental company I have consistently seen it and the Beta 52 on riders and input lists. They are both used comfortably in rock, country, pop, hip hop and yes, even jazz settings. Choosing between the two is a matter of personal preference and desired style. The D6 is better on floor tom while the Beta 52 is better on bass. If you can't get decide, get them both and you can decide which kick sound you want that night.

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