Microphones

Audio-Technica BP40 Microphone

Features a hypercardioid polar pattern that provides isolation of the desired sound source, and maximum off-axis rejection when working in close production environments. 9/02/2015 8:00 AM Eastern

The BP40 large-diaphragm broadcast microphone from Audio-Technica features a hypercardioid polar pattern that provides isolation of the desired sound source, and maximum off-axis rejection when working in close production environments. Its optimized capsule placement helps maintain a commanding vocal presence even at a distance, while the multistage windscreen provides superior internal pop filtering. It also includes a switchable 100Hz high-pass filter to provide even more pop protection. The BP40’s large diaphragm features patented floating-edge construction that maximizes diaphragm surface area and optimizes overall diaphragm performance, while the humbucking voice coil prevents electromagnetic interference. The mic’s design, inspired by the visual representation of a waveform, features rugged, all-metal construction for use in professional broadcast environments. The BP40 comes standard with the AT8483 mounting clamp, and for additional protection from noise, shock and vibration, the optional AT8484 shock mount is available separately.
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