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Audio-Technica PRO31 Dynamic Vocal Microphone

Brand: Audio-Technica


Item: #630487
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This affordable cardioid dynamic microphone is designed for close-up vocal performance. The PRO 31 offers a broad frequency response and low handling noise in a tough, durable design that delivers consistent performance on the road. The mic sets price/performance standards for intelligibility, transparent sound quality and noise suppression. 

  • Close-up vocal performance microphone sets price/performance standards for intelligibility, transparent sound quality and noise suppression
  • Cardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the sides and rear, improving isolation of desired sound source
  • Hi-ENERGY® neodymium magnet for high output and articulate vocal reproduction
  • Two-stage ball-type headcase for superior "pop" protection
  • MagnaLock™ on/off switch
  • Corrosion-resistant contacts from gold-plated XLRM-type connector
  • Rugged design and construction for reliable performance
  • Comes with a 15.0' (4.5 m) cable with XLRF-type connector at microphone end, XLRM-type connector at equipment end
  • Furnished with AT8470 Quiet-Flex™ stand clamp for 5/8"-27 threaded stands; 5/8"-27 to 3/8"-16 threaded adapter; soft protective pouch


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What is the difference between the XLRF and the 1/4 " connection at the end of the mic. cable?
Thank you,
T. Cerritto
Terri C on Mar 15, 2012
Best Answer: An XLR cable is a three-prong connection system. The female side (XLRF) is the side with the three holes, and the other end of a mic cable has the male side (XLRM), which has three prongs. The 1/4" connection is like a big headphone jack.

Here is a link that illustrates a 1/4" connection: http://www.westmusic.com/1002412-sound-recording/s3010-cables/s3010l-splitters-adapters/hosa-gpm-103-3-5mm-trs-to-1-4-trs-adaptor.htm

Here is a link that illustrates an XLR connection (you can't see the pins and holes in this picture, but it does show a definite size and shape difference from the 1/4" cable): http://www.westmusic.com/1002412-sound-recording/s3010-cables/s3010f-microphone/rapco-ajp-25-xlr-microphone-cable-25-feet.htm

Hopefully, this is helpful to you. If you have any further questions, please let us know.
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