New from MXL is the model MXL 2010 multi-pattern studio microphone. Designed as a general-purpose studio instrument, the new 2010 has a rich feature set that enables the microphone to handle a broad range of recording tasks.
Featuring Class A FET circuitry, the new 2010 is a pressure gradient condenser microphone with a large 25 mm (1-inch) gold sputtered diaphragm that delivers a wide dynamic range with extremely low noise. As a multi-pattern instrument with omni, cardioid, and figure 8 polar patterns, the 2010 is the right tool for the job when it comes to versatility. MXL describes the mic as having a sweet and silky transparent sound quality, at home when being used to record vocals or acoustic instruments.
Internally wired with Mogami cable, the MXL 2010 features a -10 dB attenuation switch that enables the microphone to better handle high sound pressure levels--making it a choice for overhead drum or guitar amp miking applications. Additionally, the 2010 incorporates selectable low frequency roll-off capability to compensate for proximity effect or to eliminate wind noise and similar acoustic anomalies.
MXL's new 2010 multi-pattern studio microphone exhibits world-class workmanship throughout. With an elegant looking, durable silver finish, this versatile microphone includes a high-isolation shock mount and a deluxe carrying case.
With an MSRP of $199.95, MXL's new 2010 multi-pattern studio microphone is expected to ship in the fall of 2005.