₹ 10,999.00 - ₹ 8,505.00
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· BOYA BY-M1000
As a 34mm(1.3”) diaphragm condenser microphone, with sturdy all-metal housing, three selectable polar patterns, -10dB switch design, BOYA BY-M1000 is suited for capturing instruments and vocals in project and professional recording applications, such as singer, songwriters, podcasters, voiceover artists, filed recorders, and home studio recordings. Additionally, the microphone offers a 20 Hz to 20kHz frequency response for accurately reproducing audio signal in a variety of ranges.
The microphone uses standard 24V or 48V phantom power, which is supplied through the standard XLR connector.
· Package Contents
1* BY-M1000 condenser microphone
1* Studio-grade pop shield
1* Shock mount
1* 3m(10ft) balanced XLR cable
Manufactory Original Package
· Gold-Sputtered Diaphragm in all-metal housing
· Broadcast-quality condenser microphone
· Cardioid, Omnidirectional and Bidirectional polar patterns
· Wide frequency range and ultra-low noise
· Off-axis rejection for clean recordings
· Included shock mount & pop filter and 3m(10ft) XLR cable
· Controlled by low-cut filter switch
· 0dB, -10 dB Pad switch
· Electrically Balanced Output and 3-Pin XLR plug
· 24V or 48V phantom power
3 Selectable Polar Patterns
PATTERN – Cardioid
The cardioid polar pattern is focusing audio capture in front of the capsule, minimizes unwanted ambient sound from the other sides and back of the microphone. This polar pattern is suitable for such situations when you want to pick-up specific sound sources, such as recording vocals, guitar, pianos, stringed instruments, and more.
PATTERN – Bi-directional
Bidirectional polar pattern is figure-of-eight pattern and picks up sound equal sensitivity from two opposite directions, front and back of the microphone, and with low sensitivity from the sides. This polar pattern is best suited for interview, Q&A lecture or presentation, acoustic instruments, and for live recordings of jazz and acoustic groups.
PATTERN – Omni-directional
Its pattern principle pick up sound equally from all directions.Whether the sound resource from the front, the side, or even back microphone will record the signals with equal gain.This polar pattern is very useful in applications where sound needs to be recorded from multiple directions, such as a musical performance where there is a band of musical instruments in front and achoir singing behind.
· Acoustic Principle: Condenser
· Polar Pattern: Cardioid, Omnidirectional, Bidirectional
· Diaphragm: 34mm (1.3”)
· Frequency Response:20– 20,000Hz
· Sensitivity: -33±3dB (0dB=1V/Pa @ 1KHz)
· SN: 80dB and more
· Output Impedance: 200 Ohm
· Power Requirement: 24V or 48V Phantom
· Cable Length: 3m(10ft)
· Dimensions: 207 x 115 x 185mm (8.1” x 4.5” x 7.3”)/ Weight: 812g (29 oz)
Filter & Switch
High-Pass Filter – A low-cut filter at 150 Hz allows you to eliminate low frequency hum and other low-frequency noises.
A -10 dB pad switch – A -10 dB pad switch provides more headroom when capturing transient signals that may otherwise cause peak distortion.
· Ideal candidate for recording, broadcast, or vocal and instrument sound reinforcement applications.
· The cardioid polar pattern is ideal for recording both vocals and instruments, particularly for isolated tracks, but it also works well for live applications. Use condenser mics to get a clear directional recording of studio vocals, voice-over work, choirs, acoustic instruments, strings, piano, and cymbals/overheads.
With 3 selectable polar patterns switch, support Cardioid/Omnidirectional/Bidirectional, easy to deal with all kinds of recording occasions.
Low-cut filter switch at 150Hz allows to eliminate low frequency hum and other noises; And 0dB/-10dB pad switch is to reduce the pickup sensitivity and output impedance of the condenser microphone.
The microphone offers a 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response for accurately reproducing audio signal in a variety of ranges. Uses standard 24V or 48V phantom power supplied through XLR connector.
Best for capturing instruments & vocals in project and professional recording applications, like singer, songwriters, podcasters, voiceover artists, field recorders, and home studio recordings.