DPA d:vote 4099

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The 4099 is a lightweight, miniature supercardioid condenser specifically designed for instrument usage with a functional range of instrument-specific mounts, including new drum mounts; comprehensive stand mounts are available, too. As such, the d:vote 4099 range is among the most flexible condenser instrument mic ranges available in the industry. True to the source, the d:vote 4099’s sound is dead-accurate. It is designed with either of two different microphone sensitivities: normal for the guitar, sax and violin versions, which handle 142 dB before clipping; and a high SPL version for trumpet, which handles 152 dB before clipping.




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DPA Microphones d:vote

DPA Microphones d:voteApr 26, 2012 11:59 PM DPA d:voteDPA Microphones has introduced the d:vote range of instrument microphones. Building on the 4099 instrument clip mic series, d:vote has enhanced the shock mount to provide even better absorption. In addition to the shock ...read more