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USED AKG P120 Condenser Microphone

by AKG
Original price $ 67.00 - Original price $ 67.00
Original price $ 67.00
$ 67.00
$ 67.00 - $ 67.00
Current price $ 67.00

Description

The AKG P120 condenser microphone offers solidly built quality, outstanding performance and excellent value for home studios and project studios. Its low-mass diaphragm captures vocals, speech, and instruments with stunning accuracy and clarity. The P120—an affordable mic you can use on almost anything.

Capture Pristine Audio With a 2/3" Diaphragm Capsule

The P120 features a 2/3" diaphragm true condenser capsule that delivers a clear, natural sound with precise sonic detail. Its cardioid polar pattern picks up audio in front of the mic while reducing unwanted noise from the sides and rear. The result is a focused, articulate reproduction of the sound source.

Flexibility for Any Application

With a frequency range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz and the ability to handle high sound pressure levels (SPLs) up to 150 dB, the P120 excels on a wide range of sources from vocals and acoustic instruments to drum kits and guitar amps. Its bass roll-off switch reduces rumble, while a 20 dB pad prevents overloading, allowing you to capture just the right amount of signal for any application.

Rugged and Roadworthy

Despite its budget-friendly price, the P120 is built to withstand the rigors of studio and stage use. Its sturdy metal chassis and grilled capsule housing protect internal components from physical damage. Gold-plated XLR and jack connectors ensure signal integrity for balanced and unbalanced connections. Overall, the P120 delivers professional performance and premium AKG quality at an unbeatable value.

Premium Components and Trusted Reliability

As an industry leader, AKG is renowned for superior microphone design and manufacturing. The P120 lives up to this reputation with high-grade FET circuitry, a transformerless output for low self-noise, and roadworthy construction. For decades, AKG mics have been the choice of recording studios, broadcasters and live sound engineers around the world.