Worker Bee Cardioid Condenser Microphone

39.00€  129.00€
Model: 106888

  • High quality condenser microphone ideal for home recording
  • Cardioid pickup pattern for great instruments or voice
  • Full 20Hz to 20kHz recording range
  • Capable of handling high sound pressure levels
  • Can be used for amps, brass and drums as well as quiet sources
  • Robust build quality with an incredibly light frame
  • Fixed charge backplate
  • +48V DC phantom powered
  • Includes honeycomb pop filter and beekeeper custom shockmount

A good, compact microphone can make all the difference when it comes to home recording, the Neat Worker Bee condenser microphone offers stunning recording quality in a robust but lightweight unit that can be used for anything from voice to percussion.

In the hive

At the core, the Worker Bee contains a fixed charge back plate, permanently polarized 24mm diameter condenser capsule that is capable of handling incredibly high sound pressure levels with astonishing accuracy.

This means that with this one unit, you can capture voice, stringed instruments, brass, amps, drums or percussion and much more, no need for buying multipple mic's which is especially handy when you're on a budget.

Sweet as honey

The Neat Worker Bee Microphone can capture frequencies from 20Hz to 20kHz which is the full human auditory range so nothing will be missed from your music. Every every subtle vocal nuance right through to the thwack of your snare will be captured with immense detail.

The Neat Worker Bee Microphone requires a +48V phantom power DC input which you will find on most audio interfaces and mixing desks so you can be assured this little workhorse will integrate into your existing setup with no issues.

To ensure that you get the best recordings out of the box, Neat Microphones have even included the 'honeycomb' pop filter to eliminate unwanted wind noise. Also in the box is the 'beehive' custom built shockmount which will keep the Worker Bee extremely stable to capture your audio with incredible accuracy.