Omnidirectional Metal Film Condenser Mic

Audix debuts the A127 - a microphone for critical recording applications      05/05/21

  Audix tells us that they are now shipping the A127 Omnidirectional Metal Film Condenser Microphone for critical recording applications.

Steve Johnson, VP of Sales and Marketing at Audix, had this to say, "The A127 offers an exceptional level of detail and realism owing to its half-inch Type 1 metal film reference-grade capsule. Featuring low-noise circuitry and innovative driven-shield protection, the A127 accurately captures a wide dynamic range of acoustic sound sources--in both the near field and far field--without artifact."

Here's more details direct from Audix...

The A127 is the culmination of years of research and development in condenser technology and is designed to capture acoustic instruments with transparency, accuracy and purity. Utilizing a reference-grade, half-inch Type 1 metal film capsule, the omnidirectional A127 delivers unmatched audio capture for professional studio recording, broadcast, film and sound design.
With a frequency response of 10Hz-20kHz, a wide dynamic range of 133dB and an ultra-low self-noise of 7dBA, the A127 excels in the most demanding applications. Capsule design features a precision-tuned, 3-micron metal diaphragm for exceptionally detailed and reliable performance. The A127 circuit is designed and built to exacting specifications and is coupled to the capsule by a series of driven shields to protect the microphone from external interference and capacitive coupling. The mechanical components of the gold-plated shield and the corrosion-resistant housing are precision-machined by Audix in Wilsonville, Oregon.

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