AKG P220 Pro Condenser Studio Microphone

SKU: A09285 Category:

330,000

( 7 reviews )
  • Audio frequency bandwidth 20 to 20000 Hz
  • Equivalent noise level 16 dB-A
  • Sensitivity 20 mV/Pa
  • Signal to Noise 78 dB-A
  • Preattenuation Pad -20 dB
  • Bass cut filter 300 – 12 dB/octave Hz


Description

The P220 is a large-diaphragm true condenser microphone offering a warm and clear sound for lead vocals, acoustic guitar and brass instruments. A switchable bass-cut filter and attenuation pad make it perfectly suited for use on loud sound sources with sound pressure levels up to 155dB SPL.

The rugged and roadworthy design also makes the P 220 a perfect choice for on-stage applications. The P220 represents the most popular and successful microphone within the actual Project Studio Line. It comes complete with a spider-type shock mount in an aluminum carrying case.

Features

  • Audio frequency bandwidth 20 to 20000 Hz
  • Equivalent noise level 16 dB-A
  • Sensitivity 20 mV/Pa
  • Signal to Noise 78 dB-A
  • Preattenuation Pad -20 dB
  • Bass cut filter 300 – 12 dB/octave Hz
  • Electrical impedance <= 200 Ohms
  • Recommended load impedance >= 1000 Ohms
  • Voltage 44 to 52 V
  • Current <= 3 mA

What’s in the box

  • AKG Perception 220 Pro Mic
  • Spider Shock Mount
  • Metal carrying case

What's in the box




7 reviews for AKG P220 Pro Condenser Studio Microphone

5.0 Average Rating Rated ( 7 Reviews )

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  1. Moyosore Dotun

    Clean sounding mic that I use for voice over projects.

  2. Bosun Allen

    Very nice Mic, it was packaged nicely and shipped promptly, I was confused it had no instructions, though I will still give a 5 star rating as for the most part you just plug it in and go from there. I think I would say it’s equal to the RODE NT1A, though I think as to vocals I may give the edge to the AKG P220, I have it basically for my stand up mic. I might do a comparison video with the two as the RODE NT1A is also set as either a set down or stand up mic. The AKG P220 is a great mic for its value.

  3. Obafemi Tobi

    Great mic to record accoustic guitars.

  4. Abodunde Ade

    Very good affordable Large Diaphragm Condenser. Always had success with AKG mics, and this one is no exception. It\’s obviously not a 414 (or other hi end mic) but in this price range it certainly gets the job done. Plus it comes with a smart little carrying case and a shock mount.

  5. Ajetunmobi Jacob

    The AKG P220 Microphone can only be described as superb! The Large microphone is not only substantial in weight, but also in its size. Just speaking about the microphone, it has a good size, warm sound quality, and a host of tweaking switches to adjust the input qualities. Having this microphone in front of you gives an impression of solidness, substance, and quality. When adding in the spider shock mount, you get not only the previous mentioned impressions, but also professionalism. Just looking at the AKG P220 on its shock mount, mounted on either a microphone stand, or boom microphone stand assembly gives the viewer a sense that you have pull out all the stops for them. This impression is not just a figment of the imagination with nothing to back it up. The unit is well designed, built, and top notch. Construction is nice heavy metal, thick metal mesh for protecting the cardioid internal capsule, and a good weight to give the microphone sturdiness. The Spider shock mount is also well designed, and made with some well thought out building. Using a basket mounting shock mount instead of the more constrictive direct body of the microphone design, gives the AKG P220 quick tear down and set up features in the field, or on stage. Additionally, I got this microphone with the included Aluminum Carry Case, the included Spider Shock Mount, but, also included was the Auray SSM-UM22 Suspension Shock Mount (also using the same basket mounting). I use the Spider Shock Mount for my Live recording gigs with the AKG P220, but the additional included Auray SSM-UM22 Suspension Shock Mount would be perfect for use on a desktop hosts adjustable boom arm assembly. The complete package here for the AKG Project Microphone just screams professionalism, from its looks, all the way down to what it comes with. Case in point, most Large microphones either come with nothing to carry or protect the microphone in storage or transit, or a pouch. Whereas, the AKG P220 comes with a very nice aluminum carry case, well sized to carry and protect the heavy microphone, but also the Spider Shock mount. Some of these little details are why, I feel, the AKG just goes over and beyond when it comes to a feeling of professionalism in their product. I could name a lot more of these details, but will only give you a taste. The Spider shock mount rubber bands are easily removed, replaced, and are stocked items for ordering. The mounting for the AKG P220 microphone uses a quick tightening ring at the bottom of the Suspension Shock Mount, or the included Spider Shock Mount basket to allow quick and easy set ups and tear downs. And lets face it, you set ANYONE in front of this microphone, they can’t help but feel you’ve placed them in front of the best you can offer.

  6. Adelakun harry

    Best cheap microphone for Project studio!

  7. Ekenne major

    Very good affordable Large Diaphragm Condenser. Always had success with AKG mics, and this one is no exception. It’s obviously not a 414 (or other hi end mic) but in this price range it certainly gets the job done. Plus it comes with a smart little carrying case and a shock mount.

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