The AKG CB is a professional condenser shotgun microphone whose capsule combines high directivity and wide frequency range. It is a perfect tool for . The C B Professional Small Condenser Shotgun Microphone from AKG is a short shotgun microphone designed for camera mounting and handheld. Hi guys, I just got a sweet deal on a couple of AKG CB shotgun microphones for my soon-to-be-mine DVX. I’ve read some pretty good.
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To put a slightly different spin on a post above: Wide Frequency Response The 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response allows the microphone to be used ag a variety of applications.
I haven’t actually used it yet Rycote and others make a combo wind protector that combines the furry with the “blimp” but it only covers the front part of the mic. This mic has proven to be a invaluable asset as a on camera and studio microphone and has consistently given me great results under the most unfavorable conditions.
No Longer Available Update Location close. The only reviews I’ve been able to find have been centered around music and theatre use AKG C B specs. The short design allows the C B to be mounted on a camera without obstructing the image. Camera Mountable The short, compact design allows the C B to be mounted on a camera without obstructing the camera’s view. A low-cut filter switch eliminates hum and noise at Hz.
Update Unrecognized Zip Code. Most shotguns have more of a hyper pattern at the low end. Long live the Power Mac. Rated 5 out of 5 by Your Free Lunch from Great on camera mic The C B includes a foam windscreen and stand adapter. The result eliminates ambient noise while providing accurate pick up at greater ranges.
AKG CB any good?
I once recorded a chamber quartet at a wedding near a waterfall. Rated 5 out of 5 by Red Diamond from Great Frequency Response I use this mic on-camera as a shotgun as well as site recording using a boom or stand. I’ve read some pretty good reviews on them on various sites, but I was wondering if any of you guys have tried them on shoots with the DVX? Contact Us – Archive – Top. Excellent for recording voices clearly c568v the clatter of a large party especially shout-out during live music.
You could hear the bass of the cello but barely the waterfall. The manufacturer states “Below Hz skg functions as a hypercardioid microphone; above Hz, c568h acoustic interference tube increases its directivity for extremely accurate pickup of distant sound. AKG C B accessories.
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Links monetized by VigLink. The condenser element requires 9 to 52V phantom power and features a wide frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz. See any errors on this page?
It’s an unfortunate flaw in the fundamental design of interference tube mics. Check out my IMDB page: It means that indoors the reverb will sound colored and ugly. Designed for quality boom recording apps, the C will unfortunately catch every hand movement noise on camera.
Be sure to use the low cut filter if hand holding your camera or else you will be doing post-production noise reduction. Above Hz, the microphone increases directivity, eliminating signal at the off-axis sections of the capsule. A little fussy in setting levels under extremely high Ak conditions.
Results 1 to 10 of Crappy sound makes for a crappy movie, no matter how pretty the pictures. AKG CB any good? Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. The windsock is also known as a dead cat, etc. Originally Posted by Oleg 2.
AKG C568B Professional small condenser shotgun microphone
Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: One that Schoeps use to poke fun at until recently for some darn reason. BTW – I’m going to be making my own boom-pole and I’ll make sure to post pictures when it’s done: This mic is touted as a hypercardiod and a shotgun. Power Mac Dual 2. Eliminates Off-Axis Noise The C B shotgun microphone eliminates off-axis signal while placing emphasis on the direct incoming signal.
Means pretty much the opposite. Rated 5 out of 5 by Steve Kingsley from I’ve had 2 of these since I’ve used these mics to record anything from loud rock concerts to quiet trickling streams and they have never let me down.
AKG C B reviews. I use a Sennheiser blimp, with a K-tek shock mount and K-Tek pistol grip. Thought I’d resurrect this post.
It is very directional, very sensitive but with a wonderful low end that surprises me each time I use it. Be the first to review this item.