Condenser Microphones

B-2 PRO  



The B-2 is an affordable, high-quality way to put this essential studio tool to work for you. Thanks to its pressure gradient transducer and shock-mounted 1.0" gold-sputtered dual-diaphragm capsule, the B-2 delivers an open, transparent sound with excellent transient response. It boasts a frequency response from 20 Hz to 20 kHz with just a slight boost in the presence range. It has two selectable pickup patterns: omni for capturing sound in all directions; and cardioid for picking up your source signal while rejecting off-axis sound. With its excellent transducer and gold-plated XLR output, the B-2 is very neutral sounding and truly delivers on the promise of noise-free transmission. 

The B-2 also gives you a switchable -10dB attenuator to capture high-volume signal sources without distorting, as well as a low-cut filter to eliminate infrasonics caused by floor rumble and other turbulence.

B-2 Specs
Transducer type: condenser, 1" dual-diaphragm
Operating principle: pressure gradient
Polar pattern: cardioid, omnidirectional or figure eight
Connection: gold-plated balanced XLR connector
Open circuit sensitivity (at 1 kHz): cardioid: -36 dBV (0 dBV = 1 V/Pa), 16 mV/Pa ; omnidir.: -37 dBV (0 dBV = 1 V/Pa), 14 mV/Pa; figure eight: -35 dBV (0 dBV = 1 V/Pa), 18 mV/Pa
Frequency response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
Level attenuation: -10 dB (switchable)
Low-Cut filter: 6 dB/oct. at 150 Hz (switchable)
Max. SPL (1% THD @ 1 kHz): cardioid: 138 dB (0 dB), 148 dB (-10 dB); omnidir.: 139 dB (0 dB), 149 dB (-10 dB); figure eight: 137 dB (0 dB), 147 dB (-10 dB)
Equivalent SPL (IEC 651): 17 dB-A (cardioid); 18 dB-A (omnidirectional); 16 dB-A (figure eight)
Signal-to-noise ratio: 77 dB, A-weighted (cardioid); 76 dB, A-weighted (omnidirectional); 78 dB, A-weighted (figure eight)
Nominal impedance: <100 Ohm
Load impedance: >1 kOhm
Supply voltage: +48 V

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