MXL 1022 Condenser Microphone
MXL 1022 Condenser Microphone
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Product Description
The MXL1022 large-diaphragm condenser microphone captures vocals and instruments in crisp detail. Featuring an FET preamp with a balanced output and wide frequency response, it’s capable of picking up a broad range of sound Read More

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scurto1
0
Mar 14, 2017
Guys, Gals, this microphone is spec'ed out above. It is bundled with a cable and mount, and is designed for use with Voice Overs, Podcasting, etc.. specs are above. It is a good value mic for the price that they are selling it. it most resembles the Tempo microphone found on the MXL website.
SenyahSound
2
Mar 10, 2017
These are cheap mics. Don't waste your money. Seems ridiculous to me that this is offered in the Audiophile community. No audiophile or recording engineer would use it or want to hear a recording made with this crap.
scurto1
0
Mar 14, 2017
Senyah. The intended use of this microphone is Voice Over, Podcast, broadcast etc. Yes there are higher priced mics for studio recording, that is not what this is intended for. Nice little bundle at 99 dollars if 5 people get in on the drop..
SenyahSound
2
Mar 15, 2017
I stand behind my original comments. I'd suggest you save your money and purchase any number of better options out there: Shure SM7, Electro-voice RE-20, Heil PR 40, etc. if we are talking podcast/broadcast options. Audio-Technica and Rode offer various options, as well. I have nothing to gain from my comments.
Cyphre
2646
Mar 9, 2017
I am equally confused by what this is exactly. All I can find is a reference to a bundle that came out in 2013 that included this mic alongside other components of other manufacturers. Almost like this mic was never offered separately. Doesn't even pop up on ebay where one would normally find discontinued equipment.
AzureSerenity
162
Mar 9, 2017
Obviously a normal consumer will be better off with a usb mic like Blue Yeti etc., as this requires a phantom power supply and audio interface. But will a pro with such equipment in need for a mic wait 1+ month for a little saving on a cheapo mic like this?
Danyi
0
Mar 9, 2017
Where can I find the frequency response of it?
stoopid3
37
Mar 10, 2017
Scroll all the way down on the front/description page...
Specs
  • MXL
  • Type: Pressure-gradient condenser mic
  • Diaphragm: Gold-sputtered, 6-micron
  • Frequency range: 30 Hz–20 kHz
  • Polar pattern: Cardioid
  • Capsule size: 0.87 in (22 mm)
  • Sensitivity: 10 mV/pA
  • Impedance: 200 ohms
  • Max SPL for 0.5% THD: 134 dB
  • Equivalent noise level: 19 dB (A-weighted IEC 268-4)
  • Power requirements: 48V phantom power (+/- 4V)
  • Construction: Aluminum with black finish and silver grill
  • Dimensions: 2 x 6.9 in (51 x 175 mm)
  • Weight: 0.6 lbs (280 g)
Franko776
2
Mar 9, 2017
This microphone doesn't even show up on MXL's website. What is this??
stoopid3
37
Mar 9, 2017
No shock mount.
cplong
0
Mar 9, 2017
Can anyone direct me to reviews of this microphone?