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Featuring a proprietary, hand-crafted capsule, the Blue Bluebird SL is a studio condenser microphone which builds upon its predecessor to offer a switchable 100 Hz high-pass filter and a -20 dB pad, thus ensuring a precise and nuanced sound. It utilizes a large, gold-sputtered Mylar diaphragm, replete with a sculpted rear backplate to emphasize resonances at higher frequencies; this creates the clarity of treble, smoothness of midrange, and richness of lows characteristic of Bluebird microphones, all while allowing sound sources to cut through a mix. The Bluebird SL offers a cardioid polar pattern, giving you a frequency range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz—more than enough to record vocals, pianos, stringed instruments, and more. An SPL of 138 dB allows the microphone to capture a wide swath of dynamic material without damaging elements of the microphone. The microphone requires 48V phantom power to run, provides a dynamic range of 126.3 dB, and includes both a custom shockmount and a wooden storage box.

This bundle includes the Kellop Pop filter made for those who care about audio quality and wanted to sound great! It helps protect your mic and keep your recording clean without wheezing or hissing sounds. Plus 20' XLR-XLR Cable.

Box Contains

    Blue Bluebird SL Large-Diaphragm Condenser Studio Microphone
  • Wooden Storage Box
  • Custom Shockmount

    Kellopy Pop Filter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

    20' XLR-XLR Cable
  • 90-Days Warranty

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