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Audix announces the CX112B and CX212B, recent upgrades in the CX series of large diaphragm studio condenser microphones.

Both microphones feature a 35 mm capsule and a 27.5 mm (1.08”) gold vapor diaphragm mounted with a side-address design. The CX112B, characterized with a single-sided diaphragm producing a cardioid polar pattern, also includes a  bass roll-off filter and a 10 dB pad allowing for sound pressure levels of up to 145 dB.

 

The companion CX212B features a dual diaphragm design designed to enable multi-pattern operation: cardioid, omni-directional, and figure 8. Additionally, the CX112 includes a bass roll-off filter to help eliminate rumble and vibration.

 

The CX112B and CX212B prove to be adapted for a variety of applications including guitar cabs, overheads, piano, stringed instruments, brass, woodwinds, and ambient room miking.

 

The Audix CX112B and CX212B both require 48 volts of phantom power for operation. The CX112B is packaged in a rosewood box with a hard mount clip while the CX212B comes in an aluminum carrying case and also includes a heavy duty acoustic suspension shock mount.

 

Pricing

MSRP for the CX112B is $330 and MRSP for the CX212B is $425. CX112B Matched pairs are available in aluminum carrying case at MSRP of $740.

 

Specifications     CX112B

Transducer Principle Condenser

Capsule Technology 1.08” Gold Vapor Diaphragm

Pickup Pattern Cardioid

Frequency Range 20 Hz – 20 kHz (+/- 3dB)

Noise Floor 15 dB (A)

Impedance 120 ohms

Maximum SPL 145 dB (with –10dB pad)

Housing/Finish Aluminum & zinc alloy body, black satin finish

Weight 12 oz   (340 g)

Overall Length 6.5” (165 mm)

 

Specifications     CX212B

Transducer Principle Condenser

Capsule Technology 1.08” Gold Vapor Diaphragm

Pickup Pattern Selectable: Cardioid, Omni or Figure 8

Frequency Range 20 Hz – 20 kHz (+/- 3dB)

Noise Floor 19 dB(A)

Impedance 120 ohms

Maximum SPL 143 dB (with –10dB pad)

Housing/Finish Aluminum & zinc alloy body, black satin finish

Weight 12 oz   (340 g)

Overall Length 6.5” (165 mm)

 

Check out www.audixusa.com for more.

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