Here's a radical new technology in microphones. Not quite, here's a radical OLD technology in microphones. Using a speaker as a low-frequency capture mic is nothing new. The Beatles used this techniqu... Click To Read More About This Product
Here's a radical new technology in microphones. Not quite, here's a radical OLD technology in microphones. Using a speaker as a low-frequency capture mic is nothing new. The Beatles used this technique as far back as the recordings of "Paperback Writer" and "Rain," but a commercially available product at this price that employs this technique is something new. Available in three different finishes: black, white, and white with a black ring. Select from dropdown menu.
Enter the SOLOMON MiCS "LoFReQ," built to get all the coveted chest-rumbling, sub-freq goodness, in a smaller package than conventional manufactured sub-mics, and half the price as well. SOLOMON MiCS mount to standard mic stands for limitless placement options, and stand choices... Whether dressed in black, all white or the black AND white trooper, your LoFReQ will either make an impression or just seamless fit whatever aesthetic you choose.
Customized in-line pad for controlled gain
(gain and impedance designed to match Beta 52)
Attaches to standard mic stand (5/8" fine thread)
Tolex wrapped fiberboard shell
Aluminum protective grills
One Year Warranty
Mic Type: Dynamic, 6.5'' Driver
Polar Pattern: Bi-directional
Impedance: 150 ohms
Frequency Response: 25 to 3000Hz
Output Jack: Neutrik XLR
Overall Dimensions: 7" x 3.5"
Weight: 4.1 lbs
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Comments about SOLOMON MiCS LoFreq Sub Mic:
Very affordable, easy to use, hasn't been a problem yet. I am a live sound engineer in a 2000 person hall, it fits very nicely! I had the chance to A/B the LoFrEq against a DW Moon Mic. Solomon Mics LoFrEq had a much bigger hug to the low end, gated nicely, didn't need compression, and made me put my Shure Beta 52 back in the mic box. I pair it with a Shure Beta 91A as a "kick in" which has the high pass rolled up to around 300Hz. This gives me dual control over the low end and the high end.
Yes, I have A/B'd against other microphones as well, Sennheiser 421, EV RE20, Audix D6, Beta 52, AKG D112, Sennheiser 602 and a AKG D12. I would not get rid of any of those mics, I just have a new awesome addition to the family!
This is my new Channel 1!