The EV ND767a dynamic supercardioid lead vocal microphone is different to other microphones. First choice among singers and engineers. Features VOB' technology for reduced boominess and P-popping. Extremely low handling noise. 35 - 22,000 Hz
The benefits of NeodymiumAlways the innovator, ElectroVoice was the first to use neodymium magnets in their dynamic microphones. Neodymium has a stronger magnetic field than more traditional materials, offering faster response and increased signal strength. This gives you more vocals with less gain, for a cleaner stage mix. Your frontman will cut through the hairiest instrumental-levels without having to crank his channel all the way up. Lower mic gain means less chance for feedback, making the sound tech's job much easier. Feedback is further controlled with the ND767A's supercardioid pickup pattern. This unidirectional pattern automatically rejects off-axis sounds, so nothing but the singer enters the signal path. The frontman is free to wander the stage, working the crowd, still coming through with crisp presence. Adding dynamics with the proximity effectThe ND767A's wide frequency range reproduces every note of the melody with natural accuracy. In fact, ElectroVoice lists two independent response curves based on vocal proximity. Dynamic microphones naturally exaggerate bass frequencies when held up close to the mouth. Lesser microphones tend to sound boomy and muddy, as a result. Not true with the ND767A, though. Its Vocally Optimized Bass (VOB) technology provides expressive control over the proximity effect, adding warmth and richness when used up close. At a distance of 24 inches, you get a frequency response of 70Hz to 22kHz. Bring your lips to within 1/4 inch of the mesh screen, and the lows extend down to 35Hz. On stage, you'll soon learn to adjust that distance to compliment your vocal lines. Bring the mic in close for creamy intimacy on the verse, then pull back for those high intensity hooks as you blaze through the chorus. Both sections will sound amazing, and the added dynamics will bring a whole new mood to the song. Consistent performance at high-energy gigsThe ND767A has an internal, multistage shockmount to reduce handling noise. As your frontman travels the stage, pulling the mic from its stand, putting it back, twirling it around, the shockmount absorbs these vibrations before they become clicks and pops in the PA speakers. ElectroVoice's Memraflex grille screen resists deformation, springing back into its regular shape even when a thumb is jammed into the mesh. The warm-grip handle is balanced and comfortable to take you through every encore with confidence. When the vocalist has this kind of freedom, he can concentrate on his performance, trusting the mic to keep up. Included accessoriesThe ND767A dynamic microphone includes a swivel mic clip and a soft zipper pouch.
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