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Live dynamic vocal microphone High output neodymium capsule Cardioid polar pattern Lockable on/off switch XLR security lock Ergonomically designed heavy duty all-metal body Low handling noise 10 year extended warranty when you register your microphone With rock-solid build quality and a high-power neodymium capsule, the RØDE M1-S switchable live dynamic microphone is designed to provide the very best performance, night after night. Its durability is backed-up by a ten year warranty, following registration of purchase. The M1's ergonomically designed all-metal body is engineered for maximum comfort when used as a handheld microphone. It feels robust, solid and perfectly balanced without being heavy, and handling noise is almost completely eliminated by the microphone's internal design. Featuring a warm response that is incredibly defined for a dynamic microphone, the M1's smooth character and defined clarity offer incredible performance as a live vocal microphone. A tightly controlled cardioid polar pattern minimises spill and feedback. The addition of an on/off switch adds versatility for artists, engineers and presenters that prefer control while on stage. A flush-mounted lock ensures the microphone cannot be accidentally switched. For additional security the M1-S features an XLR lock that can be used to fix the microphone to the cable. Renowned as one of the industry's best live vocal microphones, the M1 is an equally strong performer on guitar amplifiers as well as kick drum, snare drum, toms and percussion. M1-S Specifications Acoustic Principle Dynamic Address Type End Frequency Range 75Hz - 18kHz Output Impedance 320Ω Sensitivity -56.0dB re 1 Volt/Pascal (1.60mV @ 94 dB SPL) +/- 2 dB @ 1kHz Weight 360.00gm Dimensions 171.00mmH x 51.50mmW x 51.50mmD


Dave Smith and Tom Oberheim OB6

...sold a gazillion synths, and all Korg, Roland and Yamaha have been doing for 35 years is selling slightly improved M1s, According To Dave. Come off it, Dave; yer good friends at Korg and Roland and Yamaha are all nice to you, and you slap three decades of their effort in the face...

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What gear are you lusting after that you can't quite justify buying?

...SP1200, but surely he isn't expecting all those other digital synths to go up in value? confoosed I mean the three M1s, the Fantom and the Motif, I doubt they will ever be sought after to the point that they are worth collecting as investment. Or is he a dealer?

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The UB-Xa Synthesizer

Absolutely right. And, Damon Davis, on the P~6 you can turn the effects off with one button for a complete bypass. That is the way to do effects on an analog board (and the P~6 sounds marvelous). It is the simplest solution and makes everyone happy (except you, Damon Davis). On the Korg Prologue there...

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