The CAD M9 is a c ardioid, single-tube, externally-biased condenser microphone featuring servo-valve technology. It naturally bridges the technologies developed for the VX2 and the M-Series microphone... Read More
The CAD M9 is a c ardioid, single-tube, externally-biased condenser microphone featuring servo-valve technology. It naturally bridges the technologies developed for the VX2 and the M-Series microphones. The head amp in the M9 is a 12AX7 tube in a circuit that is optimized for super-wide dynamic range and low noise. The output stage is a high-speed dual opamp in a balanced differential configuration that allows long cables to be used without affecting mic performance. With 30' professional quality, seven-conductor cable with gold-plated XLR male and female connectors; MV200 analog power supply; line cord; rugged carrying case; suspension shock mount.
Requires phantom power.
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25 Years ago no one dreamed it was possible. I use this on everything. I go back to songs again and again, always stunned at the beautiful sound from this mic. Perfect CAD customer service Made in the USA Best Value Very sexy styling Pro shockmount Buy this and your search is over!
I've been using this Mic now for about a week or so, and it is extremely clear. I had it setup in a shut room recording my half stack fender at volume level 6, while using a metronome. And this mic picked up the super quite metronome through the presence of a very loud amp. On the other side it would not be your choice if you wanted a deep tone or bass feel. This mic pushes clarity. So if clear is what you want, it'll do that. But, it'll also pickup just about everything else in the room, so turn down the mic volume when you record. Either way, if you need a good all around mic for your studio. Get this one. It can record just about anything.
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