Get a big kick out of Audix's D6

How low can you go?
How low can you go?

If you sing like Barry White, you just might appreciate Audix's D6 mic. But here's the thing: It's really meant for kick drums.

The choice for low-frequency reproduction (we're talking 30Hz -15kHz, with a 144dB max SPL -- that's low), the Audix D6 Sub Impulse kick microphone is great onstage or in the studio for kick drums. But you can even use it for percussion and bass cabinets. The D6 has a cardioid pickup pattern and a frequency response of 30Hz-15kHz. Its transformerless design, low impedance, and balanced output allow interference-free performance even with long cable runs. One-piece body precision machined from solid aluminum.

Want a really big kick? Check out the Audix D6. U.S. list price: $360.00.

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