Max SPL: 130 dB (without Pad)
Frequency response: 40Hz - 18KHz
Impedance: 100 Ohms
Pad: -10 dB
Low cut: 150 Hz
Condenser microphone for overheads, string instruments and percussion.
I own two of these mics and each of them has a different dynamic response and sensitivity. I noticed important differences by doing comparison recording tests with the same source and the same position for each mic.
I use it for percussion, cymbals and instruments with a rather narrow frequency response.
I find it sounds too dry for an acoustic guitar. The result isn't pleasant at all. I compared it to an Oktava MK-12 which sounds much better. It's obvious that this mic wasn't conceived for that. It would require extreme EQing...
I got good results as I recorded a cajon with an ADX-51 stereo couple plus an Oktava MK-12.
I have a problem with the grid of one of the mics because it's not properly fastened and comes off pretty easily.
I've been using them for 6 months in my home studio.
Pros: versatility, precision, high frequency range, transient response
Cons: considerable dynamic response difference between mics, rather dry sound, lack of warmth, grid fastening
I own a dozen of different mics to compare them to.