Applied Microphone Technology AMT TA2 Double Soprano Saxophone Microphone with BP45
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The AMT TA2 is a low profile double condenser microphone that attaches to the bell with a low mass clip specifically designed soprano or baritone saxophone. The microphone provides pure tonal reproduction while being unobtrusive. The TA2 is an excellent choice for a principal artist or soloist.
The first microphone attaches to the bell of the saxaphone, the second or over-the-keys microphone is suspended in a 4 point isolation ring reducing valve, key, click, and handling noise. Both microphones are on goosenecks for optimal placement. It's rugged construction of anodized aviation aluminum makes it highly durable, while being lightweight and non-corrosive.
The AMT TA2 mic is terminated by a 3.5mm plug which connects to a belt pack preamp. The output is a pre-determined mix balanced at AMT's state of the art facility. The engineers choose the balance by the natural sound of the instrument. The included belt pack houses a volume control, contours the setup for the intended instrument, and powers the microphone system appropriately. A low Z cable and case is included.
Requires phantom power.
- AMT TA2 Double Microphone
- Belt pack Preamp
- 1/4 to XLR Cable
- Hard shell Blo-mold protective case
AMT TA2 Double Soprano Saxophone Microphone with BP45 Specifications:
- Element: Condenser
- Polar Pattern: Cardioid
- Frequency: 50Hz - 18kHz
- Sensitivity: -65dB+ 4dB
- Impedance: 150 Ohms
- Phantom Power: 12 to 52 vDC, self-powered battery
- Max input SPL: 120 dB
- Dimension: 3.5" Flex Arm
- Cable: 6'
- Weight (Mic only): 36 grams