sE X1 USB Microphone + Pop Screen + Boom Mic Stand
With every purchase of a sE Electronics microphone (excludes dynamic mics) you will receive a FREE sE Dual Pro Mic Pop Filter! - Offer valid from the 1st November 2016 till the 31st December 2016 while stocks last.
This amazing bundle includes SE X1 USB Pro Cardioid Condenser Mic, SE Metal Pop Screen Filter and Stagg Mic Boom Stand
X1 USB Mic
At last, a USB microphone that actually sounds like an analogue studio condenser microphone!
The sE X1 USB combines the hugely popular sE X1 large-diaphragm condenser microphone with high-quality USB technology to provide a professional studio microphone for use anywhere!
There are so many USB microphones out there that sound like USB microphones. Their built-in electronics and converters colour and add noise to the sound to offer totally inaccurate recordings. We've produced what we believe is the best USB microphone available because we've based it on our critically-acclaimed sE X1 condenser model, complete with the same gold-sputtered capsule and handcrafted construction.
The sE X1 USB offers the same great performance as the original sE X1, but with the added convenience of plugging straight into a USB port on a PC or Mac, negating the need for an audio interface or external power supply. The sE X1 USB features a cardioid polar pattern with a bass cut and a -10dB pad, and ships with a mic clip as standard.
The sE X1 USB is fitted with a USB 2.0 connection and is fully USB 3.0 compatible. As with the rest of the sE X1 range, the sE X1 USB has been treated to a Matte Black finish, meaning the microphone can easily blend into the background on stage or during video recordings. The X1 USB is compatible with the sE Isolation Pack.
SE Pop Filter
(P)lease (P)lease (B)e my (B)aby!!!
These letters are called plosives, and for every studio singer, they are the hardest thing to deal with during a take, they sound like someone popping popcorn into the mic, and the resulting decibel spike is enough to drive engineers crazy, but after all, how else do you say "Please" without a 'P' at the beginning? The answer? A POP filter of course…….
The unique metal screen is not simply perforated but louvered at a slight angle to redirect ultra-low frequency breath blasts which are pushed past the side of the screen. This process does not attenuate high frequencies, as fabric screens do, and leaves the vocal performance unaffected but without annoying low frequency "pops". It's also built to last and will take a lot more abuse than a traditional fabric shield, so it's great for commercial applications
Stagg Mic Boom Stand
Strong metal construction with metal connecting parts - Folds flat for easy transport - Stable nylon tripod base with metal reinforcement - Easy to adjust height & angle - Scratch resistant powder coating - Cable organiser clips - Ergonomically designed textured grips - Includes universal microphone clip - Universal EU+US microphone holder thread Features Condenser Microphone
• Cardioid Directional pattern
• 20Hz – 20kHz Frequency range
• -27dBV (mV/Pa) Sensitivity
• 19.8 dB Equivalent noise level
• 135dB Dynamic Range
• USB 2.0 Connection Interface
• 1x sE Electronics sE X1 USB Microphone
• 1x sE X1 Microphone Clip
• 1x USB Type B to USB Type A Cable, 1.5 metres
• Unique metal screen
• Long life compared to the fabric shield
• Does attenuate high frequencies
• Height of boom connection: 90-152cm / 35.43-59.84 in
• Tube diameter: 15mm & 20mm - Boom length: 78cm / 30.7 in
• diameter 15mm
• Leg tube diameter: 19mm
• Weight: 1.95kg / 4.3lbs
• colour: black
|Polar Pattern (Direction)||Cardioid|
|Frequency Response||20Hz - 20kHz|
|Wired / Wireless||Wired|
|Connectors||1 x USB|
|Including Shock Mount||No|
|Including Pop Shield||No|
|Including Mic Clip||No|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
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