Previously, Post Audios's C7P condenser microphone was popular among recording engineers and musicians alike. Well, if you liked that microphone, Post Audio has something for you. They've introduced their California series including the C-81 Ventura and C-81 Laguna.
This microphone is a scaled down version of the previous C7P condenser microphone. They have left out the gold plated hardware, but kept the most important part, the 32mm 24K gold sputtered diaphragm. In addition, they have added a 6dB bass roll off switch.
Unlike many microphones, this microphone is an uncolored microphone, meaning what ever you feed into it, is whats going to come out. Many inexpensive microphones tend to have a bright or harsh sound or even a dark character making them counter productive for some vocalists or sources.The C-81 has a relatively even frequency response which makes them useful in applications such as male vocals, female vocals, drums, acoustic guitars, amplifiers, and horns.
- C81 Large Diaphragm Condenser Mic
- 10' XLR mic cable
- Large format windscreen
- Vinyl Case for mic
- Neumann style shock mount (matches color of the microphone)
- High Performance FET condenser microhpone
- 32mm gold large diaphram
- Polar Pattern: Cardioid
- Frequency Range: 20hz - 20kHz
- Sensitivity: -36dB +/-2dB (odB=1v/Pa 1000hz)
- Output Inpedance: 200 Ohm
- Max spl: 125dB for 0.5% THD
- Signal to Noise Ratio: 70dB
- Connector: 3-pin XLR
- Power Requirment: 48v Phantom Power Supply