DSatz
 
 
 
DSatz's stats
 
Reviews
  • Review count
    0
  • Helpfulness votes
    0
  • First review
    None
  • Last review
    None
  • Featured reviews
    0
  • Average rating
    0
 
Reviews comments
  • Review comment count
    0
  • Helpfulness votes
    0
  • First review comment
    None
  • Last review comment
    None
  • Featured review comments
    0
 
  • Question count
    1
  • Helpfulness votes
    0
  • First question
    March 17, 2014
  • Last question
    March 17, 2014
  • Featured questions
    0
 
Answers
  • Answer count
    0
  • Helpfulness votes
    0
  • First answer
    None
  • Last answer
    None
  • Featured answers
    0
  • Best answers
    0
 
 
DSatz's Reviews
 
DSatz has not submitted any reviews.
 
DSatz's Review Comments
 
DSatz has not submitted comments on any reviews.
 
DSatz's Questions
 
<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.
11 months ago
Customer avatar
by
DSatz
Brooklyn, NY
 
DSatz's Answers
 
DSatz has not submitted any answers.