After finding a horn that gives you complete satisfaction, you need a quality mic to let your audience hear what your sound really is like! The handcrafted LCM89 gives a pure natural and clean sound. It has a shock free hang-up in elastics, eliminating all mechanical sound. The gold lacquer finish and elegant shape forms a unity with your saxophone. The golden satellite is very stable positioned in the center of the bell, giving you a full and complete saxophone sound from the lowest to the highest frequencies. World famous saxophonists are using this mic for live as well as studio applications. The LCM 89 is recommended by Patrick Selmer as being the best saxophone mic on market today.
LCM 89, the perfect saxophone mic.
Specifications: Type: back electret condenser microphone. Polar pattern: cardioid-unidirectional. Frequency response: 20-20.000 Hz. Sensitivity at 1 kHz: -66 dB Output impedance: 200 Ohm. Max. sound pressure level: 138 dB at 1% THD. Powering: 9 V or phantom power: 48-52 V. Current consumption: battery 0,02 mA / phantom 0,15 mA. LP preamp Standard is included.
SD Systems is world's finest manufacturer of instrument microphones, covering all acoustical instruments. In the Jazz field our mics have become the standard. They illuminate your inspiration live on stage and in the studio field, giving you freedom of movement and pure natural sound reproduction.
SDS mics are highly appreciated by truly dedicated musicians and technicians, because of the flat frequency response, uncolored sound and the perfect shock-mounts.
Herb Alpert plays LCM77, Jeff Kashiwa (Rippingtons & John Tesh) plays LDM94 & LCM70, Terence Blanchard plays LCM77, Marcus Miller plays LCM82B & LCM80EW, John Helliwell (Supertramp) plays LCM82 & LCM80 & LDM94, Michael Davis (Rolling Stones Horn section) plays LDM94.