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Audio Technica AT4041 Open Box + Free NOS Audio Pop Filter

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Small-diaphragm Cardioid Condenser Microphone with Extended Range, High Output, and High SPL Capacity...

FREE Nos Audio Pop Filter with purchase of AT4040.
Metal Pop Filter for broadcasting and recording microphones


A Condenser Mic That's Punchy and Clean!

The AT4041 outperforms mics twice its price! Its warm, delicate, sweet sound makes recordings spring to life. It's ideal for drum overheads, acoustic guitar, piano, horns and under snares.

This premium electret condenser microphone is engineered to meet the most critical acoustic requirements of professional recording, broadcast and live sound. The AT4041 cardioid studio condenser microphone features a smooth, extended frequency response with a slight rise in the high-frequency region and a transformerless output for very high SPL-handling capability. A unique combination of audio excellence and moderate cost, the AT4041 is a rugged microphone housed in a case of turned brass with black chrome plating for durability and low reflectivity. The element back plate holds a fixed charge and has been aged to provide energy stabilization. The surface of the back plate is precision milled to ensure maximum charge linearity, resulting in a reduction in both frequency response peaks and diaphragm break-up distortion.




Recommended for professional recording and critical applications in broadcast
Smooth, extended frequency response, high output and very high SPL capability
Transformerless design for low self-noise
Switchable highpass filter and rugged turned-brass microphone housing
Frequency response 20Hz-20kHz
100 ohms impedance
Element - fixed-charge, permanently polarized capacitor
Polar Pattern - cardioid
Dynamic range, typical - 121dB, 1kHz at max SPL
Signal-to-noise ratio, typical - 70dB
Requires +48V phantom power