AUDIO TECHNICA AT2031 Static Small-diaphragm condenser mics
|Price:||£89.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Delivery Details|
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- Switchable 150 Hz 6dB/oct hi-pass filter
- Cardioid polar pattern improves isolation
- High SPL handling and wide dynamic range
- Low self-noise perfectly suited
- Ideal for stringed instruments such as violin, cello, acoustic guitar, harp and piano
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A popular choice with string players this cardioid condenser mic works well in studio and stage environments. Its permanently polarized element offers extended frequency response with a slight rise in the high frequency range for a more detailed sound. Its low self-noise and high SPL handling capability offer a wide dynamic range perfectly suited for the most demanding applications.
Top customer reviews
Unlike the AT2020 the AT2031 has higher frequencies to it's range, it's used mainly to record the cymbals on a drum kit and can do that job very well and is a widely popular mic used for that purpose alone. But it's also a very useful mic for recording stringed instruments such as the acoustic guitar and piano and does not fail to disappoint in those areas either. But if your looking for a mic to record your vocals with. The AT2031 is not that suitable for that purpose at all, and will not do what the AT2020 will do, which is handle both very well.
Overall the Audio Technica AT2031 is a very good mic for the money. The build construction is solid being housed in steel and it's got a great slim sleek pencil like design which is suitable for pointing at and recording your acoustic guitar. It also offers an higher frequency range which is very well more suitable for recording acoustic guitars. Price wise it's perhaps in the low budget bracket in comparison to more professional mics to which you can pay thousands for, but do not be put off by it's price because even at it's retail price of £115 I personally think you are getting a bit more than that for the money. Amazon beat the other competitors in market and I was well pleased with getting it for £89 here which is a bargain. The mic also comes with the AT8405A Snap-in Microphone Stand Clamp which alone retails at £11 and a soft protective pouch for easy storage and transport.
Gets 5 Gold Stars from me, simply for doing a great job and if your in the market for good budget mic. I can highly recommend the Audio Technica AT2031.
It can handle very loud SPL levels, without distortion.
The other amazing thing about this mic is the incredibly low self noise.
I have used it on camera with a Professional HD Camera, and it was far superior to the supplied
If you want a good all round mic and don't want to spend a fortune, you will not be disappointed
with the AT2031.
I see this is now £30 cheaper than when I bought it, think I will buy another one!