|商品尺寸||7.59 x 15.19 x 15.19 cm; 444.52 克|
|包装清单||外部"蜂巢"过滤器。, 天鹅绒储物袋, 独特的"乙烯树脂人形玩具!, 用户手册（不一定支持中文, "养蜂人"减震支架|
|尺寸||25 mm Membran|
NEAT Worker Bee Cardioid 固态电容麦克风,带弹出式滤波器和防震支架
NEAT Worker Bee Cardioid Solid State Condenser Microphone with Pop Filter and Shockmount
- 专有的 24 毫米中型隔膜电容胶囊,采用定制 A 级独立电子产品,提供卓越的音频质量
- XLR 输出;包括定制防震架和噗声滤波器
- Ideal for vocals, guitar amps, brass, drums, and other “big” sounds
- Detailed, silky pickup of vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion
- Tight pickup pattern allows recording & gaming in untreated rooms
- Proprietary 24 mm medium diaphragm condenser capsule with custom Class-A discrete electronics for superb audio quality
- XLR output; Includes custom shockmount and pop filter
Worker Bee 在蜂巢中创造一个生活情况,支持育儿,这个 Worker Bee 在录音时完全相同。 内部防震安装 25 毫米中等隔膜胶囊结合定制 A 级独立电子产品,可以通过宽、频率和动态范围处理高声压级别。 虽然 Worker Bee 是吉他放大器、黄铜、现场录音、鼓和其他 "大" 声音的完美补充,但它保留了一个细节水平,突出人声、拔出乐器如原声吉他、打击乐等的细微差别。
Worker Bee | Cardioid Solid State Condenser Microphone
Welcome to the wonderful and harmonious world of the Worker Bee.
From vocals to guitars, Accordions to Zithers, and virtually any instrument in the musical kingdom, the Worker Bee collects and captures sound with amazing ease. Add exquisite craftsmanship, and engineering savvy from some of the most experienced minds in the recording industry, and the result is a microphone that is one of the most productive and versatile mics in its field—or any musically flowering landscape!
- Incredible fidelity for almost any recording need
- Custom Class-A discrete electronics
- Proprietary 25mm large diaphragm microphone capsule
- Beautifully styled modern design
- Includes custom shockmount and pop filter
- Premium velvet bag for optimum storage & protection
The Worker Bee has a fixed-charge back plate, permanently polarized 24mm diameter condenser capsule.
The Worker Bee’s very low noise rating (>7.0 dB) and high output make it the perfect choice for ultra-high resolution digital recording. Instead of integrated circuits (chips), the Worker Bee’s Class A discrete amplifier circuitry ensures the most accurate and noise-free signal possible, with minimal distortion and coloration. You can position the side-address capsule, enclosed within its unique grille, for very precise placement.
- Transducer Type: Fixed-charge back plate, permanently polarized 24 mm diameter condenser capsule
- Polar Pattern: Cardioid
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
- Sensitivity: 19.0 mV/Pa at 1 kHz (1 Pa = 94 dB SPL)
- Output Impedance: 50 ohms
- Rated Load Impedance: >1k ohms
- Maximum SPL: 145 dB SPL (2.5k ohms, 0.5% THD)
- S/N Ratio: 79.0 dB-A (IEC 651)
- Noise Level: 9.5 dB-A (IEC 651)
- Dynamic Range: 135.5 dB (@ 2.5k ohms)
- Transformer Output Power Requirement: +48V DC Phantom Power (IEC 268-15)
- Weight: 15.7 oz (446 g)
- Dimensions: 5.9” x 2.9” (152 mm x 76 mm)
I might have kept this mic regardless if it was opened or not, but then when I gave it a test...I realized the mic picked up radio frequencies instantly. When I turned on the 48v phantom power, I heard some radio tunes playing faintly in the background. As I turned up the gain, the radio transmission was clear as day and I heard 96.5 KOIT (San Francisco) playing. I thought that was odd, and I ran my AKG C414 XLS Mic, and my Sennheiser E836 Mic through the same XLR cable and preamp setup with no issues and no radio frequencies playing through them. So I went back to the worker bee, and I could still hear radio frequencies. I even changed the XLR cable and tried running it from a different preamp to no avail, I kept hearing the same radio station playing in the background through this worker bee mic. At this point, it was safe to say the source of the radio frequency was the mic itself.
As stated previously, my box had clearly been opened, and I am not sure if the mic was modified to pick up radio frequencies or if this was an inherent problem with the mic from the beginning. Another possible scenario is that whoever purchased the mic previous to me also heard radio frequencies and decided to return it. Either way, this was a very odd experience and it would have been a terrible experience for any newbie that was new to recording. Luckily I had other tools and expertise to rule out it was any of my gear such as headphones, preamp, or xlr cables. I read online that there exist multiple sources of radiofrequency pick up from a mic/recording set up, but sadly it was my worker bee that picked up those frequencies.
This worker bee picked up one too many frequencies.
Original Review (for posterity):
I really cannot complain about this microphone!
It sounds amazing and works great!
If you're not a fan of bees, I can understand your hesitation. But honestly, I think the theme is cute and the performance is hard to beat in this price range.