AKG Perception 220 Condenser Microphone
AKG’s Perception 220 is an outstanding large-diaphragm true condenser microphone featuring professional build quality at an excellent value.
The many useful features and included accessories of the 220 make it an uncommonly versatile piece of equipment. Delivering the classic warm, clear sound only the most stringent AKG standards could produce, the Perception 220 is guaranteed to satisfy any recording application you might dream up.
Six decades of professional microphone design and manufacturing experience went into the technological framework of mic’s like the Perception 220. The cardioid polar pattern affords musicians the highest possible gain-before-feedback possible. The 1-inch large-diaphragm true condenser transducers bring an unprecedented level of studio quality sound into any home or project studio, as well as any other area of recording and live performance application.
The switchable bass cut filter and preattentuation pad make the 220 perfectly suited even for use with very loud sound sources producing pressure levels as high as 155 dB SPL! The spider-type shock mount keeps background sound and vibration to a minimum while the rugged, industrial design of this mic and included metal case make it more than road-worthy, and perfect for on-stage use.
Here’s everything you get with the Perception 220:
• One-inch large-diaphragm, true condenser cardioid transducer
• All-metal body
• Durable construction
• Switchable 20 dB preattenuation pad
• Switchable bass cut filter
• Legendary AKG sound quality
• Designed and engineered by AKG in Vienna, Austria
• Spider-type shock mount and aluminum carrying case included
The Perception 220 is the ideal product for recording everything from drums and percussion, to live performances and lab work, to vocals, guitar, bass amps and acoustic instruments. The value in this mic between its vast array of features and its affordable package, will be tough to beat. An all-around high-quality true condenser mic, the Perception 220 is looking for a home in your studio or on your stage. How could one refuse?