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New Released Swamp Industries USB-Microphone SU600
ComputerTalk Best Product of the Year and Excellent Value for Money.
Swamp Industry Microphone SU 600
It does not happen very often that a company distributes an item that is not only excellent but also fulfils the need to be reasonably priced and of durable quality. Swamp Industries is supplying products of very good value for a price that everybody can afford.
The other day in the showroom of Swamp Industries I came across a microphone that caught my eye as to the superb design and the intrinsic blue haze it distributes. I found out that this microphone is actually a USB microphone and can be used with various software products such as Adobe Audition for the professional music editor with a higher demand on flexibility and edition facilities and for the layman using the microphone for the daily recordings for YouTube and Skype.
Being involved in broadcasting and recording production since over 65 years gave me a broad spectrum of usage of microphones such as the array of Sennheiser, Rode, Sony, and Neumann, to name only a few of them. Some microphones were priced between $400 for a Rode and $16.000 for a Neumann. The question is does anybody really need such pricey products or are there some very good products out for a reasonable price with excellent performance.
I purchased the 600 with a little bit of scepsis as often good looks deceive. However, I gave it a fair chance and used it for my daily overseas television program with broadcasting engineers and co-hosts of the program and my question to them was if these professional persons heard anything different than my general sound performance on the program. Some said yes, others said that there was not much difference.
The colleagues saying that there was an improvement in sound quality of presence and dynamic in the sound quality. I told them that the microphone I am using is the 600 from Swamp Industries and not the usual expensive microphone I generally used, they have been positively surprised when I named the very reasonable price of $.... and when I showed off the dark blue glow in the dark the next question was where to get this microphone. I told them.
Acoustic Principle: Dynamic
Electronically Attitudes: Analogue to Digital via USB Interface
Polar Pattern: Cardioids 180 Degrees
Sampling Rate: 12 to 48 kHz
Capsule: 25 mm gold plated shock proof mounted
Frequency Range: 18 Hz to 19.7 kHz
Output Impedance: 0 Ohm
Maximum SPL: 110 dBSPL
Sensitivity: -51.0 dB at 1 Volt +- 1dB at 1kHz
Gain Control: Potentiometer: -+ 40%
Headphone Control: Potentiometer: -+ 55%
Attenuator Frequency: Switch: 0 to -10 dB
Low Frequency Attenuator: Switch: 0 to – 5 dB
Body: Diecast metal black iodised body and plastic accessory parts
Weight: 432 grams without special cradle
Outputs: 3.5 mm Headphone Jack regulated
USB female 5 M
Illumination: Capsule interior: Diode colour blue
Dimensions: 186 mm Height – 51 mm Width – 49 mm Deep
Guaranty: 5 Years
Scope of Supply:
1 Swamp Industries USB Microphone SU600
1 Special Microphone Cradle
1 Silicone shielded special USB cable (transparent smoke colour)
1 Instruction Manual and Guaranty Card
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