|FREQUENCY RESPONSE||200-5,000 Hz|
|OPEN CIRCUIT SENSITIVITY||-60 dB (1.0 mV) re 1V at 1 Pa|
|WEIGHT||4.8 oz (135 g)|
|DIMENSIONS||16.20" (412.7 mm) long,
0.98" (25.0 mm) head diameter,
0.75" (19.0 mm) base diameter
|OUTPUT CONNECTOR||Integral 3-pin XLRM-type|
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Comments about Audio-Technica AT808G Subcardioid Dynamic Console Microphone:
Been using my AT808G for several years now. Was disappointed when I got my new mixer that it didn't have TalkBack. Wasn't a problem.at a gig now and thought I'd share how much I like this thing.
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Q:Does this mic require phantom power? Does the base require phantom power (Audio-Technica AT8615RS Desk Stand Mic Base w/Switch)?
Q:Does the AT808G microphone require phantom power?
Q:Can I order a replacement windscreen
Q:Which mount would fit this microphone to be put onto a podium?
A:You may use any XLR Mount to connect the AT808G microphone and include the AT8646QM and the AT8666
Q:can this microphone replace AT915QMRx mic?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. I'm afraid the AT808G will not be loud enough for you since it is a dynamic mic. A closer fit would be the U857Q.
Q:what does the switch on the side fothe gooseneck mic AT8570MLa do
A:Thank you for your inquiry. The switch on the AT857Qmla is the roll off switch. The straight line means all frequencies are being passed. The bent line indicates that frequencies below 80 Hz are rolled off.
Q:What bases are compatible AT808G
A:Thank you for your inquiry. The AT8666 is a nice base and will do all that you ask for.