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Audix Audix OM11 HH Dyn Hypercardioid Mic

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Manufacturer # OM11

Our Stock # AUDOM11

  • Dynamic vocal and instrument microphone
  • Hypercardioid polar pattern for increased noise reduction
  • Optimized for professional performance and touring
  • 50 Hz 18 kHz frequency response range
  • Zinc alloy construction
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$239.00
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An update on an established classic, Audix’s OM11 vocal microphone first distinguished itself in the late 1980’s as the “weapon of choice” for rock musicians and audio engineers. Over 20 years later, the OM11 is returning to its rightful place in the upper echelons of performance gear. Featuring a machined brass construction and wide, 50 Hz - 18 kHz frequency response range, the OM11 provides incredible isolation and accurate sound capture for vocalists working across a range of performance styles.  Optimized for live concert, broadcasting and studio applications, the OM11 is a powerful tool for both professional and aspiring amateur musicians.

Lead vocal with mid-range presence; excellent for rock, metal and loud volumes.

Designed, machined, assembled and tested by Audix in the USA, the OM11 was first issued in 1985 as the OM1. This mic is a dynamic vocal microphone used for a wide variety of live, studio and broadcast applications. Its sharp, crisp vocal sound, resistance to feedback and ability to handle high SPLs without distortion are trademarks of the OM11.

The OM11 is designed with a tight, uniformly controlled hypercardioid polar pattern which helps isolate the vocals on stage. The response of the OM11 is tailored to cut through the mix, providing extra presence and articulation to the vocals even at very high stage volumes. In addition to having extremely low handling noise, the OM11 is well balanced, comfortable to hold and durable.

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Type Dynamic
Polar Pattern Hypercardioid
Frequency Response50Hz - 18kHz
Impedance 200 ohms
Sensitivity

@1k 2.3 mV/Pa

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