sE Electronics X1 USB Pro Cardioid Condenser Mic
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. 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
|Polar Pattern (Direction)||Cardioid|
|Frequency Response||20 - 20,000 Hz|
|Wired / Wireless||Wired|
|Connectors||1 x USB|
|Including Shock Mount||No|
|Including Pop Shield||No|
|Including Mic Clip||Yes|
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
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