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Dayton Audio EMM-6 Electret Measurement Microphone

5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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  • Perfect for use with room acoustic analyzers and audio measurement systems
  • Low noise FET input reduces low-frequency distortion
  • Includes stand mount, foam windscreen, and transport case
  • High-quality components and rugged construction
  • Includes its own unique calibration response graph
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Item Weight454 g
Product Dimensions2.2 x 2.2 x 19 cm
Item model numberEMM-6
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Best Sellers Rank 3,465 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight544 g
Date First Available6 Feb. 2014

Product Description

Acoustic measurement microphone.

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So impressed by this measurement mic. Came boxed and packed well with individual calibration graph, and online access via the unique serial number. Used in two acoustic measurement systems with other calibrated mics nearly 5x the price and just as good. Will be buying again.
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Amazon.com: 4.8 out of 5 stars 55 reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dayton Audio EMM-6 Mic works GREAT with DriveRack PA+!!! 9 Dec. 2013
By Jazzy G - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this to go with my DBX DriveRack PA+ and it works just perfectly! Nice quality build, perfectly calibrated and overall the product is just what you need!

Pros: great build, great price, carrying case, mic grip included

Cons: none so far

If you are buying the DBX DriveRack PA+, you need one of these to really fine tune your setup in the least amount of time. You can read my review to the DriveRack PA+ and you'll see that it's wizard is key for most DJ's on the run. Sure, if you have a sound engineer degree and you are really keen on fine tuning you PA yourself, knock yourself out, but the DriveRack PA+ does a fantastic job. With that, the Dayton Audio EMM-6 mic will allow your system to be finely tuned. The difference is night and day!

The build quality of the EMM-6 is great! Solid build, nice weight. Comes with a hard case as well, which is really good since you don't want to damage this bad boy.

All I know is that the EMM-6 does a great job with my DriveRack PA+, so make sure you pick one up as well. You could buy DBX's own model, but it's almost twice the price. The EMM-6 works just fine in my humble opinion.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great value- perfect for room and speaker calibration! 12 Sept. 2016
By Dan Gerous - Published on Amazon.com
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-Includes stand mount and miniature tripod
-Includes great case
-Appears to have very flat frequency response
-Appears to have great pickup spread
-Seems great for vocal recording as well

-Honestly, this thing is pretty perfect, especially for automatically equalizing my amateur home theater setup in conjunction with Room EQ Wizard, Equalizer APO, and the Peace GUI for Equalizer APO.
-Serial number could be etched or printed in a more permanent manner
-Case could be a little smaller?
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This Device will Hear Things You Can Fix Before the Critics Do!" 23 Nov. 2013
By Adriaan N. Roggeveen - Published on Amazon.com
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I have two of these to do audio analysis and other acoustical measurements. I am not a professional but I do make music and play in some very interesting places. These mics are priced right and do as good a job as measurement mics costing a lot more. Dayton Audio is one of my favorite places of business and have never been sorry for buying products they produce or endorse or sell in their store, I believe that unless you are measuring signals from deep space without other telemetry equipment you can not go wrong.

This item certainly is the place to start before going in debt to find out that it is not about price or name recognition, but performance at a reasonable price for quality much better than the price would suggest.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Does what it's supposed to 4 Feb. 2014
By Andytoy - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this microphone as a reference mic to run SMAART on my live digital console. After a ton of research I realized that for maximum accuracy I would need to spend a little bit more money on a microphone than I had, but I needed something fast and decided after reading some reviews to go with the Dayton Audio EMM-6. The mic construction quality seems fine from the outside and I'd have no problem carrying it around with my live rig. There was an included frequency response curve for this specific mic, which was really nice, and I referred to it during my room EQ during the first couple uses. I don't have much to compare it to, but so far I've been happy with it live with SMAART. I'd recommend to anyone looking for a budget mic for tuning smaller systems in smaller rooms.
5.0 out of 5 stars Works great 5 Aug. 2014
By rnaple - Published on Amazon.com
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Qute honestly. Don't pay much attention to me. I am just learning here. Trying to do a decent job of setting up my room for acoustics. Some experimenting with traps, etc.
I looked at a few offered mic's for this purpose. I decided to rely on this one with it's calibration and all. Figured it was smarter. Not settle on something that is supposedly set calibration permanently. I don't have anything to check it against. So have to rely on it's integrity.
Yes, I decided I was better off breaking out my USB interface to provide the power to the mic.
Dayton audio has integrity.
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