Peluso P-84 SDC Microphone
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The Peluso P84 small diaphragm 48v phantom powered microphone has an exceptionally flat frequency response curve. With its transformer output and excellent cardioid pattern characteristics across the full frequency spectrum, our P84 is remarkably authentic to its long discontinued inspiration, the Neumann KM-84. Improved low frequency responsiveness and high sound pressure level capacity makes the P84 one of our most significant achievements yet.
The Peluso P-84 is available in stereo matched pairs as the P-84 SK.
Microphone kit comes as a complete system including: P84 Microphone in a Wood Box, Omni and Cardioid Capsules with the Extra Capsule in a Wood Box, a Shock Mount and a Hard Mount, all packed in a Flight Case.
Capsule Type: Condenser Pressure Gradient w/ 20mm capsule
Frequency Range: 20Hz/20Khz
Polar Pattern: Omni and Cardioid
Sensitivity: 15 mv/pa
Impedance: 200 ohms
SPL: 142 dB
Equivalent Noise: 14 dB(A)
Power Requirements: Phandom - 48v +/- 4v
Current Consumption: < 3.0 MA
Size: 22mm x 124 mm
Weight: 130 g
'The 84's sound great, we tried the P-28's also, which I think I used on the last couple cd's, but they seemed a little boomy on my guitar when compared to the 84's. My Dobro is has a real strong low end, so maybe the P-28 picked up on that too much. Anyway, the P-84's seemed to give a more balanced view of the guitar, a little more crispness on top without sacrificing any low end. Just a real nice balance that seemed to work great with my guitar. Thanks!'
-Rob Ickes, Blue Highway and IBMA award winning dobro player
'I also used the P-84 kit on acoustic piano during tracking for the latest Matisyahu record. In this scenario, I'd normally go for a pair of Coles 4038 ribbon mics [Tape Op #15], but it was fantastic to be able to just throw something on the piano without too much thought and immediately get positive results. Piano is a very particular instrument to present to clients. If you give them something dark and dusty, some people will immediately think it doesn't sound "pro"; with the P-84, you can give them a bright shiny piano, with enough low end to make it feel grand and "expensive." I was thrilled with the results. On acoustic guitar, you can make it sound beefy and wooden, but still with a nice clear top end as well.'
-Francisco Botero, Tape Op, The Creative Recording Magazine