Designed, assembled, and tested by Audix in the USA, the ADX-20iP is a miniaturized condenser microphone used for professional stage and studio applications. The ADX-20iP is known for its clarity, excellent transient response, resistance to feedback, SPL handling and ease of operation; and is primarily used for miking saxophone and other woodwind/brass instruments. The ADX-20iP is characterized with a uniformly controlled cardioid polar pattern. This provides excellent isolation and feedback control on stage, and natural sound reproduction at very close distances. Features:
- Small, lightweight, low profile
- Natural, accurate sound reproduction
- Includes mount for the bell of saxophone, trumpet
- Includes APS-910 Phantom Adapter for wired applications
The ADX20i is characterized with a uniformly controlled cardioid polar pattern. This provides excellent isolation and feedback control on stage, and natural sound reproduction at very close distances.
With a smooth and accurate response over a frequency range of 40 Hz - 20 kHz, the ADX20i is lightweight, compact and simple to use. Housed in an aluminum ring and isolated by means of a rubber shock mount system, the ADX20i comes with the gooseneck clip with spring tension clip (MC- 20i) for easy mounting to the bell of an instrument. A number of optional accessories are available which allows for the ADX20i to be used on a mic stand for a wider variety of applications.
The ADX20i is designed for use with the Audix RAD360 wireless system. The ADX20i-P is designed for use with a microphone cable. The ADX20i-P operates on phantom voltage of 9-52 Volts and is supplied with a phantom power adapter (APS-910), 6’ integrated mic cable, gooseneck clip (MC-20i) and carrying pouch.