CAD U37 USB Studio Condenser Recording Microphone

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Description

  • Large condenser microphone element for warm, rich recordings
  • Cardioid pick-up pattern minimizes background noise and isolates the main sound source
  • Smooth, extended frequency response is excellent for singing, speech and instruments
  • It has 10dB overload-protection switch minimizes distortion from loud sound sources
  • Bass-reduction switch reduces room noise
  • The U37 is Windows and Macintosh compatible, with no software to install--simply plug it into any available USB port, select it as your input in your software settings, and you're ready to create your own audio.
  • Record studio-quality audio directly to your computer via USB with the CAD U37 side-address condenser microphone-a great
    choice for both vocal and instruments as well as for creating podcasts and voiceovers for videos. Compatible with both
    Windows and Mac OS operating systems, you can simply plug the U37 into your PC and start recording. The U37 has two
    switches on the front. The first switch allows you to decrease the sensitivity of the microphone so the sound quality is
    clear for extremely loud sounds. For example, the switch should be in the "-10" position for loud voices, percussion and
    other high sound pressure level devices. The "0" position should be used for normal voices and string instruments. The
    second switch on the U37 is designed to reduce pickup of deep-bass sounds. The switch should be in the "Normal Bass"
    mode in most cases. However, if you want to remove wind noise, ventilation noise, or decrease the low frequencies in a
    recording, the switch should be in the "Bass Reduction" position.

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