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Audio-Technica PRO 70 Cardioid Condenser Lavaliere / Instrument Microphone

Audio-Technica PRO 70 Cardioid Condenser Lavaliere / Instrument Microphone
Audio-Technica PRO 70 Cardioid Condenser Lavaliere / Instrument Microphone
Audio-Technica PRO 70 Cardioid Condenser Lavaliere / Instrument Microphone
Audio-Technica PRO 70 Cardioid Condenser Lavaliere / Instrument Microphone
Audio-Technica PRO 70 Cardioid Condenser Lavaliere / Instrument Microphone
This well designed guitar mic has become the favorite amplification choice for many of the top Gypsy jazz guitarists in France. Young virtuosos such as Adrien Moignard, Sebastien Giniaux, and Mathieu Chatelain use this very mic!


Miniature Mic for Voice or Instruments!
The Audio-Technica Pro 70 miniature condenser microphone achieves full-sounding pickup and is known for outstanding consistency and dependable performance. Supplied with both a clothing clip and guitar mount, the Pro 70 provides natural and articulate vocal reproduction when used as a clip-on lavalier and excels in pickup of acoustic guitar. The Pro 70 is designed to make music and speech clearly and comfortably audible, yet never draw attention to itself or its operation. The microphone is equipped with a low-frequency roll-off switch that allows for reduced pickup of room noise. The versatile Pro 70 may be powered by either battery or phantom power. Its cardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the sides and rear, improving isolation of the desired sound source.


Audio-Technica Pro 70 Miniature Condenser Microphone Features:
  • Ideal for both vocal and acoustic guitar applications
  • Frequency response 100Hz-14kHz
  • Maximum input SPL 123dB
  • Natural and articulate vocal reproduction when used as a clip-on
  • Lavalier clothing clip included
  • Excels in pickup of acoustic guitar with included instrument adapter
  • Cardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the sides and rear, improving isolation of desired sound source
  • Switchable 80Hz, 8dB/octave low-frequency roll-off
  • Corrosion-resistant contacts from gold-plated XLRM-type connector
  • Operates on battery or phantom power
  • Six-foot cable permanently attached between microphone and power module
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Works For Me!

By: SLO TC on 08/14/2012 05:39:35 PM

I bought this over a year ago. When I first tried it at home through my P.A. system, I gotta a great natural sound coming from my Gitane, Lulo Reinhardt Model & I used a, L.R. Baggs Venue DI,in conjunction. Then I tried it at my usual Thursday night gig, a very noisy bar with concrete walls & floors...makes it a really hard room to achieve a good sound. At first, I used that soundhole mic clip that comes with it, and I couldn't get much headroom without it feeding back in the high & mid frequency range, and occasionally the low frequencies, too. Just a few months ago, I thought about placing the Lavalier mic inside the soundhole with the windscreen taped on to it (very important to do because the mic gets knocked around inside), I have the mic hanging from the top, in between the lower & higher bout, and then put a piece of masking tape to hold the cable in place onto the body right above the soundhole. Anyway, I got a lot more HEADROOM as a result. I still had a little feedback in the mid range but a lot less overall. Keep in mind that I had to spend some time figuring out my L.R. Baggs Venue DI to get it to notch out the feedback in the mid & lows. What I also did different from the time before was, instead of using the XLR out (which was sending out a very HOT signal to the PA), I used the 1/4 output (LESS HOT signal, and this helped give me more headroom. I have the gain knob on the Venue DI set very low (around 9 o'clock) and the Volume knob at 12 o'clock. So after I demoed this at home, I went and played my usual Thursday gig in the noisy bar with horrible acoustics, and I totally achieved enough headroom in my monitors & mains, without it feeding back uncontrollably. I still had to tweak (turned down) a couple of frequencys in the high mids & treble but it was manageable due to spending time with my preamp. I gotta a lot of compliments about my TONE that night & still do. I am now playing with 100% confidence at all my Gypsy Jazz gigs.

Great product

By: tabla_jf on 06/02/2011 07:09:02 PM

Produces natural sound of the guitar and when connected through my jazzamp with tweeter on - it comes through fantastic.

A-T Pro 70 mic

By: Neil Andersson on 12/13/2010 07:53:44 PM

This is a good mic for a natural sound and can reach pretty usable levels before feeding back. I use it primarily in conjunction with a piezo pickup and blend the two to achieve a balanced, louder sound. It's particularly good with the Acoustic Image, Raezer's Edge combination. An advisable add-on is the velcro strip that hold the mic between the bridge and tailpiece, but the sound-hole clip is good, too.

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