The C414 XLII shares the same capsule design as the legendary AKG C12, with an equivalent presence gain of 3 kHz, making it a great choice for recording vocals and solo instruments. Both C414 models are excellent microphones that provide high quality reproduction from a wide variety of sources.
The AKG C414 is traditionally one of the most used large condenser microphones in the studio and live. Solid construction, versatility and numerous tools have secured its name as an industry standard.
AKG C414 phantom power requirements. The microphone requires full 48V phantom power in accordance with the DIN / IEC specification, so the phantom voltage is positive against the cable’s ground shield.
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|Directional feature||Omni, broad cardioid, cardioid, hypercardioid, Figure 8|
|Aperture size:||1 (25. ### 4 mm)|
|Response frequency||20Hz 20kHz|
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The only real difference between XLS and XLII is that XLII has a slight boost at the top, which makes it a little better for vocals in general.
Condenser microphone. A condenser microphone uses a condenser to convert compressed and scattered sound waves into electrical energy. Condenser microphones require current (voltage) to function. This is usually provided by a battery or sent to the microphone cable itself.
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