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SONTRONICS Podcast Pro dynamic microphone

Posted on: Wednesday 19th of February 2020

British mic brand Sontronics not only celebrated their 15th birthday at NAMM 2020, but also announced a new product to widen their range yet further: the £99 Sontronics Podcast Pro, developed and hand-built in Sontronics’ UK HQ.

Available in red or black, the Sontronics Podcast Pro is a dynamic microphone that’s been designed specifically with podcast, broadcast, radio, gaming and voiceover applications in mind.

The Podcast Pro has a tightly focused supercardioid pickup pattern, giving excellent clarity and depth with superb side rejection. Its three layers of internal protection and integrated fine-mesh pop filter provide superb control of extraneous noise or rumble and also help control unwanted sibilance or plosives.

Easy to set up and position, and compatible with any desktop or floor-standing mic stand, the Podcast Pro’s XLR connection allows you to plug straight into your interface, soundcard, mixer, laptop or Xbox. The Sontronics Podcast Pro is supplied with its angled yoke mount and the microphone is covered by Sontronics’ unique Lifetime Warranty.

FEATURES
• Dynamic microphone
• Specifically designed for podcast, broadcast, radio, voiceover and gaming
• Focused supercardioid pickup pattern
• Excellent side rejection
• Inner acoustic baffling reduces noise and sibilance
• Fitted with integrated pop filter
• Available in black or red
• Covered by Lifetime Warranty

 

 

TECH SPECS
Microphone type: Dynamic
Polar pattern: Supercardioid
Frequency response: 50Hz – 15kHz
Sensitivity: -50dB ±2dB
Impedance: ≤600 Ohms
Connector: Three-pin XLR
Power: Phantom power NOT required
Dimensions: 180 x 82 x 60mm
Weight: 310g

PRICING
UK £99 • US $149

www.sontronics.com



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