AKG C636AKG’s C636 master reference handheld condenser microphone follows the C535, promising ‘unparalleled stage reliability and performance’.

In addition to a custom-tuned capsule with hand-selected components, the AKG C636 features three proprietary technologies that are designed to address several common problems singers face on stage, including feedback, handling noise and pop noise. A uniform cardioid polar pattern accross the entire frequency spectrum with a specially designed suspension and grille for the capsule. avoids unwanted sound reflections on the back of the capsule, ensuring feedback and spill over rejection. It also has the world’s first double shock suspension system, reducing unwanted handling noise. The capsule sits on a highly absorbent rubber bearing that eliminates any structure-based noise, while an adjustable balancing network cancels vibrations over a wide frequency range. A multilayer protection system prevents unwanted pop noises. The protection system consists of the grille, a foam layer behind the grille and a magnetically attached computer-modelled mesh layer on top of the capsule – providing singers with a clear, plosive-free vocal performance. This three-layer protection system is virtually unique to AKG.

In addition, thanks to a robust, zinc-alloy housing with a spring steel grille and 24-carat gold-plated capsule, the C636 is extremely rugged and durable enough to last a lifetime of performances.

‘A singer’s voice is their single most important instrument, and the AKG C636 captures their sound in the most unfiltered, uncompressed and natural way possible,’ says Harman Professional Solutions Product Line Manager, Erich Gaertner,. ‘The original C535 is renowned for its legendary audio quality and has appeared on countless stages worldwide. With the C636, we’ve kept that same sound and updated the design with state-of-the-art technology to create a stage microphone that combines best-in-class sound quality and reliability.’

The AKG C636 will be April 2017.

More: www.akg.com/pro

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