MXL Female Vocal Straight Through the 770 Condenser

Check out this no-nonsense demo of an MXL 770 condenser microphone on a female lead vocal track. No EQ and no compression added – just straight through the mic and to the DAW. The vocalist in the video is Tita Hutchison – a vocal instructor at the Musician Institute.

 

About the MXL 770 condenser microphone
The MXL 770 continues to amaze recording artists all over the world with its incredible price/performance ratio. Singers, especially rappers, love the 770 for its solid bass, as well as its upfront high-end. The MXL 770 even uses a high quality FET preamp with balanced output for a wide dynamic range. This is a perfect piece for seasoned pros or newbie musicians who want a quality condenser mic that won’t break the bank.

  • Multipurpose small-diaphragm microphone
  • Warm sound with extra clarity at the top end
  • FET preamp with balanced, transformerless output
  • Excellent for vocals, pianos and strings
  • Great for recording hip-hop and hard rock
Type:
Pressure gradient condenser microphone
Diaphragm:
6 micron gold-sputtered
Capsule Size:
22mm/.87 in.
Frequency Response:
30Hz – 20kHz
Polar pattern:
Cardioid
Sensitivity:
15mV/Pa
Output Impedance:
150 ohms
Pre-Attenuation Switch:
0 dB, -10 dB
High Pass Filter:
6 dB/octave @ 150Hz
Equivalent noise:
20 dB (A-weighted IEC 268-4)
S/N Ratio:
74 dB (Ref. 1 Pa A-weighted)
Max SPL for .5% THD:
137 dB
Power Requirements:
48V phantom power (+/- 4V)
Size:
59mm x 158mm/2.32 in. x 6.22 in.
Weight:
1 lb/453.59g
Metal Finish:
Black with black grill

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