H&A has unveiled its new AC50 Studio Broadcast Microphone, primarily intended for use on podcasts, broadcast, studio, vocals, narration, fish pole use and instrumentals.
Featuring a cardioid pattern, the mic is top-address, eschewing off-axis noise, making it appropriate for broadcasting, podcasting or vocal performances. Inside the mic, along with the mesh shielding, the internal pop filter helps eliminate distortion and allows for instant control of plosives when talking close to the microphone.
A low-cut filter switch allows users to reduce low frequencies by –10 dB in order to maintain an overall flat frequency response when needed. The microphone features a shielded all–aluminum construction. With a dynamic capsule, it does not need phantom power.
The microphone ships with a mic clip, a standard mount adapter, and a molded ABS protective case lined with impact resistant foam for storage and transportation.
Available exclusively at Adorama, the H&A AC50 Studio Broadcast Microphone is available for $99.95.