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Audio-Technica PRO 35 Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone   

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The Audio-Technica PRO 35 clip-on microphone is designed for sax, brass, toms, and percussion. The PRO35 is a cardioid condenser mic that excels in h...Read More

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Unobtrusive clip-on mic for brasswinds and percussion!

The Audio-Technica PRO 35 clip-on microphone is designed for sax, brass, toms, and percussion. The PRO35 is a cardioid condenser mic that excels in high-SPL (sound pressure level) applications and is ideal for active stage performances. Its extended frequency response captures subtle nuances of the performance. The included UniMount clip permits accurate positioning and provides shock resistance while protecting the element. The microphone's cardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the sides and rear, improving isolation of the desired sound source.

¬ĘThe A-T PRO 35 includes the AT8538 power module, which accepts the PRO 35's locking cable connector and terminates to an XLR male connector for a wired connection to a mixing console etc.

(If you're looking for a wireless solution, the A-T PRO 35cW terminates to a 4-pin connector for use with A-T UniPak bodypack wireless transmitters.)

Requires phantom power.

FEATURES
  • Ideal for sax, toms, brass and percussion
  • Excels in high-SPL applications
  • Ideal for active stage performances
  • UniMount clip permits accurate positioning, provides shock resistance and protects element
  • Cardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the sides and rear, improving isolation of desired sound source
  • Extended frequency response captures subtle nuances of the performance
  • 6' (1.8 m) cable permanently attached between microphone and power module

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SPECIFICATIONS

PRO 35 Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone

  • Element: Fixed-charge back plate, permanently polarized condenser
    Polar pattern: Cardioid
    Frequency response: 50-15,000 Hz
    Low frequency roll-off: 80 Hz, 18 dB/octave
    Open circuit sensitivity: -45 dB (5.6 mV) re 1V at 1 Pa
    Impedance: 250 ohms
    Maximum input sound level: 145 db SPL, 1 kHz at 1% T.H.D.
    Dynamic range (typical): 115 db, 1 kHz at Max SPL
    Signal-to-noise ratio: 64 db, 1 kHz at 1 Pa
    Phantom power requirements: 11-52V DC, 2 ma typical
    Switch: Flat, roll-off
    Weight (microphone): 0.3 oz. (8 g)
    Weight (power module): 2.9 (81 g)
    Dimensions (microphone): 0.98" (25.0 mm) long, 0.40" (10.2 mm) diameter
    Dimensions (power module): 3.66" (92.9 mm) long, 0.74" (18.9 mm) diameter
    Output connector (power module): Integral 3-pin XLRM-type
    Cable: 6.0' (1.8 m) long (permanently attached to microphone), 0.10" (2.6 mm) diameter, 2-conductor, shielded cable with TA3F-type connector
    Accessories furnished: AT8418 UniMount microphone instrument mount; AT8538 power module; soft protective pouch
    Audio-Technica case style: M12
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Audio-TechnicaPRO 35 Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone
 
4.3

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4.0

Fantastic mic for the price!

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from Seattle, WA

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Comments about Audio-Technica PRO 35 Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone:

I've owned several of these over the years - these mics are super durable and sound great. They tend to be on the "hot" side, so adjust the gain at the board as needed. They can be a little heavy in the mid-range, too, so I typically roll off a touch of mids.

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4.0

Fantastic mic for the price!

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from Seattle, WA

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Comments about Audio-Technica PRO 35 Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone:

I've owned several of these over the years - these mics are super durable and sound great. They tend to be on the "hot" side, so adjust the gain at the board as needed. They can be a little heavy in the mid-range, too, so I typically roll off a touch of mids.

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5.0

Great microphone

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from Ravenna, OH

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Comments about Audio-Technica PRO 35 Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone:

I bought a PRO 35 clip-on microphone about two months ago and have used it at several gigs since then. It is well-made, very dependable, and fairly lightweight. I had used traditional mics and stands for many years until buying the PRO 35. Although the bit of weight added to the end of my trumpet's bell is noticeable, the freedom of movement a clip-on mic gives me is well worth the extra heft. The sound easily equals that of standard Shure mics the Shure 57 or 58 that I have used for years. The only fault I can find is the length of the cable from the mic to the traditional mic cable end. The PRO 35's cable could stand to be a couple feet longer. I'm 5'8". When standing with my horn almost parallel to the ground, the PRO 35's cable is just barely touching the ground. If I go above parallel, I'm lifting the mic's connecting cables off the ground. It's not a huge issue for me, but if you're 6' or taller, you may want a mic with a longer cable. One issue for some trumpet and trombone players is the inability to use a SoundBack, due to the lack of a mic and stand. If you're using a clip-on mic, make sure to get your horn properly adjusted in the horn monitors, otherwise you won't be able to hear yourself on a loud stage. If horn monitors aren't available, you might want to use a SoundBack with a normal mic and stand so you can hear yourself. The only other problem is having to go back to using normal mics and stands when I'm playing with other bands! Overall, I'm very happy with this mic. Audio-Technica has a good reputation among pro musicians, and the PRO 35 does not disappoint. In my opinion, this mic is a good choice for the average gigging trumpet player.

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5.0

Great microphone

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from Ravenna, OH

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Comments about Audio-Technica PRO 35 Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone:

I bought a PRO 35 clip-on microphone about two months ago and have used it at several gigs since then. It is well-made, very dependable, and fairly lightweight. I had used traditional mics and stands for many years until buying the PRO 35. Although the bit of weight added to the end of my trumpet's bell is noticeable, the freedom of movement a clip-on mic gives me is well worth the extra heft. The sound easily equals that of standard Shure mics the Shure 57 or 58 that I have used for years. The only fault I can find is the length of the cable from the mic to the traditional mic cable end. The PRO 35's cable could stand to be a couple feet longer. I'm 5'8". When standing with my horn almost parallel to the ground, the PRO 35's cable is just barely touching the ground. If I go above parallel, I'm lifting the mic's connecting cables off the ground. It's not a huge issue for me, but if you're 6' or taller, you may want a mic with a longer cable. One issue for some trumpet and trombone players is the inability to use a SoundBack, due to the lack of a mic and stand. If you're using a clip-on mic, make sure to get your horn properly adjusted in the horn monitors, otherwise you won't be able to hear yourself on a loud stage. If horn monitors aren't available, you might want to use a SoundBack with a normal mic and stand so you can hear yourself. The only other problem is having to go back to using normal mics and stands when I'm playing with other bands! Overall, I'm very happy with this mic. Audio-Technica has a good reputation among pro musicians, and the PRO 35 does not disappoint. In my opinion, this mic is a good choice for the average gigging trumpet player.

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4.0

Great Mic for the Price

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from Seattle, WA

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Comments about Audio-Technica PRO 35 Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone:

To be honest, I purchased this microphone because the price was right--low. I've used this mic for about ten years now with my Yanagisawa curved Soprano Sax and have no real complaints. The range is sufficient to my needs and the output to the board means that the mixer never has to struggle to get me in ballance with the ensemble. The length of the cable from the mic itself to the preamp is more than long enough that I could leave the amp on the floor if I wanted, but I usually clip it to the back of my belt. The lack of cable clips was an annoyance at first, but I dug out some extra cable clips from some old, chorded, phone headsets and drafted them into service so I no longer have any issues with cable management between the mic and the amp. I've tried the AMT system and have to say that I like that better, but not by much.

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4.0

Great Mic for the Price

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from Seattle, WA

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Comments about Audio-Technica PRO 35 Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone:

To be honest, I purchased this microphone because the price was right--low. I've used this mic for about ten years now with my Yanagisawa curved Soprano Sax and have no real complaints. The range is sufficient to my needs and the output to the board means that the mixer never has to struggle to get me in ballance with the ensemble. The length of the cable from the mic itself to the preamp is more than long enough that I could leave the amp on the floor if I wanted, but I usually clip it to the back of my belt. The lack of cable clips was an annoyance at first, but I dug out some extra cable clips from some old, chorded, phone headsets and drafted them into service so I no longer have any issues with cable management between the mic and the amp. I've tried the AMT system and have to say that I like that better, but not by much.

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