Dynamic medium-Z mics

Silver Bullet Dynamic – medium impedance harmonica microphones


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Dynamic Medium-Z impedance
Silver Bullet | Dynamic medium-Z provide a more powerful microphone with a strong, rich and full sound across the dynamic range but with headroom for crunch-distortion effects. Headroom slightly higher, and sensitivity slightly lower than high-z

Medium-Z Range/Features:
Dynamic 4,000Ω (4KΩ): medium-Z | widest dynamic range | lower sensitivity but higher output that 40Ω | higher head room to distortion | match to high impedance amplifier | gain control to avoid clipping distortion for clean sound | turn up gain for overload distortion

The Silver Bullet | Dynamic Medium-Z 4KΩ

The Silver Bullet | Dynamic Medium-Z 4KΩ This microphone produces a lovely rich tone with full harmonic content and great bass. This element has the widest frequency response and dynamic range of the Silver Bullets with a slightly lower sensitivity and as a result a higher headroom to distortion. This produces clear and rich low, mid and high sound without excessive treble. Alternatively, if you like crunch distortion – turn up the gain to drive the mic’ and achieve a crunchier sound when used in conjunction with reverb – producing a classic “blues” harmonica sound. Dynamic microphones have proven reliability and are ideal for practice or gigging – blues, country or chromatic harmonica performance. This mic needs to be matched to a high (=/>40KΩ or =/>0.04MΩ) impedance sockets on your amplifier.

This medium impedance silver bullets is an awesome little microphone with technology and craftsmanship that delivers a compact design with many of the features a harmonica player wants and needs and is very technique sensitive.

Note on impedance matching: The 4KΩ and dynamic microphone perform well on most amps with high impedance sockets and when used with PA systems. This therefore represent a safe bet for a Silver Bullet if you want to avoid getting technical on your impedance matching! Sub-optimal impedance matching (ideally amp input should be 10x that of the source mic’) may be compensated for with adjustment of microphone gain and amp settings or use of a pre-amplifier.

Features

  • Volume control
  • Full bodied tone with harmonic overtones and high fidelity
  • Great feedback rejection
  • Lightweight/small bullet
  • Robust construction for rigor of touring
  • Choice of gain or no gain control (on ceramic)
  • Steel mesh grille with choice of fascia
  • Two-stage mesh & foam to reduce breath noise
  • Shock-mount design reduces handling noise
  • Rubber sleeve to improve hand-seal
  • Quality electronic components and connector
  • Holster-style case
  • One year guarantee

Specifications

  • Type: durable ceramic or dynamic
  • Functionality: performance harmonica
  • Impedance: Medium 4KΩ, unbalanced
  • Polar patter: dynamic omni-directional
  • Connector: 1/4″ (6.3mm) jack
  • 1/4″ (6.3mm) jack-plug socket
  • Case: anodised alloy
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