STUDIOTEC, the Finland-based distributor for AKG recently held a launch event for the D12 VR, where the mic was used for vocals and instruments. “We came to realize the fantastic quality of the D12 VR and provided our guests with perfect sounding entertainment during our launch of the mic,” stated Perttu Siren of STUDIOTEC. View details × Close. Dynamic Microphone. Like the VR model, the original D12 is a dynamic microphone that utilizes a cardioid pickup pattern. AKG C1000S MK IV. It's just a marketing ploy to get attention. Originally designed as a vocal mic, believe it r not…(and try it on vocals; you may be surprised at how full and solid it sounds), the mic later found favour for kick and string bass. AKG D45 with S-36 Pattern Control box for D-36 or D-45. I find it annoying that AKG have called it the D12, made it look like an updated D12, but made a completely different microphone sonically. STUDIOTEC, the Finland-based distributor for AKG recently held a launch event for the D12 VR, where the mic was used for vocals and instruments. Obviously they don't directly refer to the D12 in their marketing literature, but by drawing the name and look comparison they're clearly trying to piggy back on the D12 reputation. “We came to realize the fantastic quality of the D12 VR and provided our guests with perfect sounding entertainment during our launch of the mic,” stated Perttu Siren of STUDIOTEC. When they released the original D12 back in 1953… Which was the world’s very first dynamic cardioid microphone… It instantly became a hit, being used in radio stations, clubs, and recording studios everywhere. And with that one success, AKG became known as a worldwide standard in professional microphones. The redesigned C3000 presents itself as a cost-effective, rugged workhorse with a sleek and classy finish. Increasingly hard to find, the D12 is the mic upon which AKG’s reputation was built in the 1950’s. AKG’s original D12 released in 1952, and it was said to be the first known mic to be solely dedicated to kick drums and other low-frequency instruments. A number of other AKG microphones would be based on the D12, including the D20B, D25, D30, ... slight peak in the 60 to 120 Hz range enables the microphone to do full justice to a range of brass instruments and vocals and the mic was an immediate success at radio stations, recording studios, and movie sets throughout the world. And they have remained that way ever since. It is an excellent choice for vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, drum overhead and brass instrument miking. The AKG D12 is in its original box with a long cable wrapped around the cardboard holder and there is no connector at the end of the cable. (i added some pictures below) Did some D12's come like that for people to connect their own plug? The switchable attenuation pad and low-cut filter enable high SPL up to 150dB and eliminate proximity effect. The cable is open at the end and the the wires start a couple of centimeters further in the cable. Condenser Wireless Professional Microphone Condenser Boundary Microphone Sm58 Sm 58 Condenser Wired Professional Microphone Neumann Tlm 103 Condenser Microphone Vocal Instrument Blue Spark Condenser Microphone Sennheiser E835 Condenser Instrument Microphone Neumann Tlm103 Spark Condenser Dynamic Kick Drum Ev Re20 Blue Spark Condenser Headworn Microphone Dynamic …

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