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Saramonic SR-BV1 Dynamic Cardioid Podcast/Broadcast Microphone

37,900.00

  • Podcast, Streaming, Live/Studio
  • Versatile Mic for Vocals and Instruments
  • Cardioid Pickup for Clear Sound
  • Dynamic Capsule for Up-Close Miking
  • Integrated Swivel Shockmount
  • Internal Pop Filter and Foam Windscreen
  • 5/8″ Thread for Mic Stand or Boom Arm
  • No Phantom Power Required
  • Gold-Plated XLR Connector
  • Rugged All-Metal Construction

Description

Podcasters, streamers, and content creators can get a warm, up-close broadcast-quality sound from their voice with the Saramonic SR-BV1 Cardioid Dynamic Microphone. The cardioid pickup pattern focuses on capturing the sound in front of the mic, while offering a high level of background-noise rejection—great for crisp-sounding streaming and podcasting applications even in rooms with less-than-perfect acoustics. The microphone features an integrated swivel shockmount designed to provide isolation from external physical factors that may cause unwanted rumble and vibrations. Featuring a rugged, all-metal construction, the SR-BV1 comes with an adjustable mounting bracket, enabling you to attach it to any industry-standard microphone stand or boom arm.

Rich and Balanced Sound for Voices and Instruments
  • With a dynamic capsule and a wide 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response, the SR-BV1 provides silky smooth high frequencies, detailed midrange response, and warm, round, bass reproduction, ideal for recording speech, vocals, and a wide variety of instruments with a rich and balanced sound.
  • Equipped with a built-in pop filter that minimizes plosives and a removable foam windscreen, the mic is a perfect choice for close-recording applications.
  • Gold-plated XLR connector ensure the integrity of your audio signal.
  • No power is required.

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