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Earthworks TC25MP Omnidirectional Condenser Mic - Pair

Omnidirectional microphone with 9 Hz to 25 kHz frequency range - matched pair in wood box
MFR# TC25mp

Product Description

The Earthworks TC25 is an omnidirectional microphone designed for recording louder sources such as drums, percussion, amplified instruments and loud sound effects.

Performance

With a whopping SPL rating of 150 dB the TC25 has plenty of headroom, so there is no need to worry about distortion, even with the loudest instruments. And there is no proximity effect, so you can get the TC25 as close as you want to the sound source.

With an extended 9 Hz – 25 kHz ruler-flat frequency response, the result is a more accurate representation of the original sound. Its transient response is ultra fast, handling sharp attacks with ease, while still picking up all of the subtle nuances and softest dynamics of your playing. The TC25 is time coherent, precisely capturing high and low frequency sounds with no phase errors, which will smear transients and create other time related distortions.

Its near-perfect omnidirectional polar pattern is uniform across all specified frequencies, letting the microphone capture rich and consistent detail at any position around the capsule.

Designed for recording louder sources such as drums, percussion, amplified instruments and loud sound effects.

Features:

  • General-purpose omni
  • Ideal for a wide variety of instruments and vocals, including acoustic guitar, string instruments and piano
  • Frequency response goes to 25 kHz
  • For live sound the TC25 can be used for close miking instrument amps, drums or brass
  • Omnidirectional polar pattern
  • Accurate and uncolored
  • Effortlessly handle high sound pressure levels up to 150 dB SPL while simultaneously capturing subtle details
  • Fast impulse response and diaphragm settling time
  • Exceptional flat frequency response and are time coherent, so they sound natural and uncolored

Product Specifications

Condition New
Package Contents Micsm, mic clips, manual, gift box
Length 165 mm
Diameter 22 mm
Unit Weight 0.3 lb
Tube or Solid State Solid State
Transducer Type Condenser
Polar Pattern Omni-Directional
Number of Microphones Stereo Pair
Impedance 65 Ohms, balanced (between pins 2 & 3)
Frequency Range 9 Hz - 25 kHz
Sensitivity -41.9 dBV/Pa (8 mV)
Max. SPL 150 dB

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