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Audix Audix OM6 HH Dyn Hypercardioid Mic

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Manufacturer # OM5

Our Stock # AUDOM6

  • Dynamic vocal microphone
  • Can be used in live performance, studio and broadcasting applications
  • Custom hypercardioid polar pattern dramatically reduces handling noise
  • 40 Hz 19 kHz frequency response range
  • Designed for use with medium to large PA systems
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$219.00
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Perfect for live stage and recording applications, the OM6 dynamic vocal microphone features a wide frequency response range and excellent noise isolation for superior performance and audio capture. Thanks to the OM6’s hyper-cardioid recording element, recording engineers can take full advantage of  the microphone’s excellent noise reduction in order to ensure that captured vocal tracks or instrumental lines  don’t get lost within the mix. The OM6 is an excellent “all-around” choice for individuals looking to enhance their home or project studios.

Vocals, lead & backing - extremely wide & flat frequency response for premium PA systems and broadcast.

The OM6 is a dynamic vocal microphone used for live performances, studio and broadcast applications. The OM6 touts a broad frequency response, full-bodied and articulate sound reproduction, resistance to feedback and ability to handle high SPLs in excess of 144 dB without distortion.

The OM6 has a tight and uniformly controlled hypercardioid polar pattern which helps isolate vocals. Designed with condenser-like qualities, the OM6 has a smooth, rising response between 2kHz -10kHz along with a flat, fully extended bass response from 60 Hz - 1 kHz. This, in conjunction with an extremely tailored mid-range, makes the OM6 an excellent choice for broadcast and live recording.

Designed, assembled and tested by Audix in the USA.

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Type Dynamic
Polar Pattern Hypercardioid
Frequency Response

40Hz - 19kHz

Impedance 200 ohms
Sensitivity

@1k 1.5 mV/Pa

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