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<a href="http://www.audio-technica.com/cms/happenings/6446aa14d2da5b64/index.html" target="_blank"><b> Click here to read the AT4081 and AT4080 reviews.</b></a><br/>Delivering the warmth and natural sound of a classic ribbon microphone, Audio-Technica’s handcrafted AT4081 offers a robust build for long-lasting performance and higher output for maximum compatibility with microphone preamplifiers. With its low-profile stick design, this microphone is a natural for use on a wide range of instruments (horns, strings, drum overheads, orchestras and more) and guitar cabinets in recording studios and live-sound settings. <br/>Equally at home in recording studios and live-sound settings, the microphone features Audio-Technica’s innovative MicroLinear™ ribbon imprint, which protects the dual ribbons from lateral flexing and distortion. Utilizing six new patents*, Audio-Technica’s innovative ribbon transducer advances the evolution of ribbon microphone design. Experience the difference.<br/><font size="1">*Pat. Nos.: 4627019, 4931510, 503809, 5006221, 5015027, 5103216</font>
 

Low frequency response of AT4081

Hello. Your frequency response curve for the AT4081 is labeled: 12" or more on axis. Unfortunately I'm not sure what that means. Does the curve show the microphone's performance at 12"? If so, how much is the low-frequency response influenced by proximity effect? What would it be at, say, one meter? Many thanks.
6 months ago
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Brooklyn, NY
 
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