Designed, assembled, and tested by Audix in the USA, the Audix ADX20i is a miniaturized condenser microphone used for professional stage and studio applications. The Audix ADX20i Mic is known for its clarity, excellent transient response, resistance to feedback, SPL handling and ease of operation; and is primarily used for miking saxophone and other brass instruments.
The Audix ADX20i Microphone is characterized with a uniformly controlled cardioid polar pattern. This provides excellent isolation and feedback control on stage, and natural sound reproduction at very close distances.
With a smooth and accurate response over a frequency range of 40 Hz- 20 kHz, the Audix ADX20i Mic is lightweight, compact and simple to use. Housed in an aluminum ring and isolated by means of a rubber shock mount system, the Audix ADX20i comes with the gooseneck clip with spring tension clip (MC- 20i) for easy mounting to the bell of an instrument. A number of optional accessories are available which allows for the Audix ADX20i to be used on a mic stand for a wider variety of applications.
The Audix ADX20i-P is designed for use with a microphone cable. The Audix ADX20i-Poperates on phantom voltage of 9-52 Volts and is supplied with a phantom power adapter (APS-910), 6 integrated mic cable, gooseneck clip (MC-20i) and carrying pouch.
Audix ADX20iP Microphone Specs:
Type: Pre-polarized Condenser
Polar Pattern: Cardioid
Frequency Response: 40Hz - 20kHz
Impedance: 250 Ohms
Sensitivity: 6 mV/Pa @1k