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The new MA-D handheld dynamic microphone from Mojave Audio.

Mojave Audio Introduces MA-D Cardioid Dynamic Microphone

Company's first handheld dynamic model, designed by Technical Grammy Award winner David Royer, engineered for vocals as well as a variety of other live and studio miking applications.

Mojave Audio has announced the introduction of the company’s first handheld dynamic microphone, the MA-D, engineered for vocals as well as a variety of other live and studio miking applications.

Designed by Technical Grammy Award winner David Royer, the MA-D is built with high-quality components and is intended to provide optimized full-frequency response and musicality. It’s available now for a U.S. MAP of $159.

In addition, it’s designed to provide tight off-axis rejection and includes an integrated pneumatic shock-mount and a built-in internal windscreenwith reduced handling noise and the ability to eliminate plosives. The MA-D includes a mic clip and a zippered bag.

“When we set out to create our first dynamic microphone, we wanted to avoid the harsh ‘presence peak’ common in a lot of well-known mics on the market and deliver a smoother-sounding alternative,” says Mojave Audio President Dusty Wakeman. “The MA-D has a rich, musical response that will make any vocalist happy, while working just as well on many other instruments in live miking situations. We’re proud to have a dynamic mic that we can put the Mojave name on.”

Specifications:
Type – Dynamic
Uniform Cardioid Pickup Pattern
Frequency Response: +/- 2.5 dB 60-10,000 Hz, + 2 dB-6 dB 30-15,000 Hz
Polar Pattern – Cardioid
Sensitivity – -53 dB. Re 1V/pa
Max SPL: Greater than160 dB @ 1 kHz
Impedance – 600 Ohms @ 1 kHz
Connector – Three-pin XLR (Male)
Weight – .5 lbs.
Dimensions – L 7.25 x W 2 inches

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