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MXL USB .007 Condenser Microphone

MXL USB .007 Condenser Microphone

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Product Description
Want recording studio–level sound without the hassle of having to buy mixers, preamps, and other expensive equipment? The MXL .007 USB mic might be just the thing you need Read More

Mar 27, 2018
All the places I see online no longer carry this. Something is up.
Apr 2, 2018
DominosmofoNothing "up" we are closing out this particular model, and will be releasing a new line of USB microphones in the future. We will fully support and warranty this product. Steve from MXL..
Mar 27, 2018
Would I be able to mount This to a mircophone boom arm?
Mar 28, 2018
OlivierS080 I would assume MXL would follow PA standards and use one of the 2 standard mic mount threads that pro stands, booms and mounts use. If that is the case, you should be able to unscrew the mount from the tripod and screw it (directly or with an adapter) to any boom stand. The accessories tab shows available shock mount options. A standard butterfly mount opens to about 27 mm, most likely not enough to accept the mic body in this case. There are clips that accept wide body misc but I doubt even these would fit. I'd say that if the existing mount doesn't fit the boom or an adapter, your looking at a shock mount or a DIY solution. You could just ask MXL customer support. You know, duct tape is the final solution right? LOL. I will just add that large diaphragm condensers like this are good for vocals and big sounds and generally have their flattest spectrum response (sound best) at close range. Small diaphragm condensers generally capture higher frequencies more accurately and have their flattest spectrum response at greater distances so are generally considered a better option for the detailed nuances of acoustic instruments. The latter might be best used for overhead miking of flute, violin or a choir for example.
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