Audio-Technica PRO 63 Cardioid Dynamic Instrument Microphone

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Ideal for amplified and acoustic instrument pickup as well as for general use, tailored for natural, full-range reproduction.

Tuned to make an impact, the Audio-Technica PRO 63 Cardioid Dynamic Instrument Microphone clarifies the intensity of instruments, vocals, and spoken words. Cardioid polar mic pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the sides and rear, improving isolation of desired sound source. Hi-ENERGY neodymium magnet for improved output and transient response. 2-stage ball-type microphone headcase for superior "pop" protection. Corrosion-resistant contacts from gold-plated XLRM-type connector. Audio-Technica gave the PRO 63 Microphone a rugged design and construction for reliable performance.

  • Dynamic element
  • 70-16,000 Hz frequency response
  • XLRM-type output connector
  • Quiet-Flex stand clamp
  • 5/8" to 3/8" threaded adapter
  • 15' cable XLRF-XLRM

If you're relying on the PA for full-room volume, you need this thing in front of your amp. Order now.

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Incredible Value!


from Columbus, IN

Comments about Audio-Technica PRO 63 Cardioid Dynamic Instrument Microphone:

I bought 2 of these to replace SM57s that broke. I will never buy a 57 again. This mic is way more durable and half the price. The pro 63 shines on Guitar cabinets (one Pro 63 and a condenser recorded in stereo), snare drums and for the "snap" of Djembe. It's also great on toms. The cardioid polar pattern is really tight. This is great if you're using it for drums on stage, because it helps reduce feedback, but it might fight you if you're using it for live vocals. It sounds decent on vocals, but if even subtle moves from side to side can cause dropouts.

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