A professional high-performance mic specifically designed for harmonica and beatbox vocalizing.
The FireBall-V mic from Audix is well-suited for both chromatic and diatonic harmonicas. The FireBall-V is a dynamic microphone with sleek styling and a unique design. It features a dent-resistant ball grill with a deep red internal pop filter and is contoured to fit comfortably within the palm of the hand. A full-sized dynamic capsule featuring VLM (Very Lo Mass) technology provides big, full-bodied sound that is very clean and accurate. The FireBall is resistant to feedback and is capable of handling sound pressure levels in excess of 140dB without distortion. Made to be cupped, it will operate as if in an open-air environment even under the most demanding conditions. A smooth and uniform frequency response of 50Hz-16kHz and a cardioid polar pattern allow it to focus on the particular instrument being miked without picking up other instruments or ambient noise.
CNC machined out of a solid bar of aircraft-grade aluminum, it then goes through an elaborate 3-stage anodizing process for a distinctive look. Each FireBall is attractively laser etched with its name and serial number. Includes a heavy-duty mic clip and carrying pouch.
- Dynamic moving coil transducer
- VLM (very low mass) Type B capsule
- Cardioid pickup pattern
- Volume control
- Aluminum housing
- Anodized finish
- 5 oz
Ready to play with fire? Order the FireBall and scorch eardrums everywhere.
Fireball-V Harmonica Microphone Specifications:
- Sensitivity: 1.9mV/Pascal @ 1k
- 50Hz-16kHz frequency range
- 150 ohms balanced impedance
- Maximum SPL: >140 dB
- Off-axis rejection: >23 dB
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Comments about Audix Fireball-V Harmonica Microphone:
Got to say I'm 100% sold on this mic. Not only does it look good but it's light, small enough to easily fit into the palm of your hand even when cupping and sounds great. If you're looking for a 'dirty' mic which distorts your harp without using any effect boxes or amps then this is not for you. However it does mean that you can add on effects onto a clean sound which gives you a little more control. It is hard to make this mic feedback, you really have to try, and the volume knob means that when you're not using the mic on stage you can turn it off in your hand to avoid picking up anything unwanted and can adjust your volume between 'solo' level and 'just jamming along' level. All in all it's a great mic.