The spider is also said to have been improved. In addition, the T2 now relies on a handmade titanium-coated double diaphragm capsule, while the sE4400 has a gold-coated double diaphragm capsule. The polar pattern on both is variably switchable between cardioid, omnidirectional, figure-eight and hypercardioid. In addition, there is a low-cut filter at 40 Hz and 80 Hz. For attenuation, there is a pad switch for -10 or -20 dB on both. The microphones each cover a frequency range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz. Because both models are also sold as a pair, stereo recordings are even possible. Applications include recording vocals, drums, guitars piano and basses.
Price and availability:
The T2 and the sE4400 will soon be sold individually for 529 euros each, and the pair price is 1099 euros for both.
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