- Dynamic microphone delivers warm, assertive broadcast sound that’s perfect for podcasting
- Large diaphragm for smooth, natural sound and low noise
- Multistage foam mesh windscreen provides superior internal pop filtering
- Integrated shock mount attenuates noise, shock and vibration transmitted through mic stands, booms and mounts
- Hypercardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the sides and rear for maximum vocal isolation
- Includes pivoting stand mount, 5/8"-27 to 3/8"-16 threaded adapter, and a soft protective pouch
- Element: Dynamic
- Polar Pattern: Hypercardioid
- Frequency Response: 80-16,000 Hz
- Open Circuit Sensitivity: -53 dB (2.2 mV) (0 dB=1 V/Pa, 1kHz)
- Impedance: 600 ohms
- Weight: 615g (21.7 oz)
- Dimensions: 145.3 mm (5.72") long, 52 mm (2.05") maximum body diameter
- Output Connector: Integral 3-pin XLRM-type
- Accessories Included: AT8487 mounting clamp, 5/8”-27 to 3/8”-16 threaded adapter, Pouch
- Audio-Technica Case Style: R13
The AT2040 microphone offers podcasters and content creators all the features needed to get started or to upgrade their setups for a more professional sound.
The Perfect Podcasting Mic
Hypercardioid polar pattern provides maximum vocal isolation for professional-quality sound.
The AT2040’s multistage foam mesh windscreen includes a nonwoven filter to allow close-up use without annoying pops.
Quiet, Professional Performance
The mic features a specially designed, integrated shock mount that tames any noise, shock and vibration that might be transmitted through a mic stand, boom or mount.
Why Choose a Dynamic Over a Condenser?
Dynamic Mic Characteristics
- Minimizes room noise – perfect for sonically untreated rooms
- Smooth audio capture with classic warm broadcast sound
- Robust construction with no external power requirements
Condenser Mic Characteristics
- Extremely sensitive – picks up the subtlest sounds in any environment
- Very articulate audio with a detailed high-frequency capture
- Requires external power to operate (phantom or battery)
- The diaphragm is moved by changing sound pressure. This moves the coil, which causes current to flow as it moves through the magnetic field. An electrical signal is then sent to your recording device or speakers which records or amplifies the audio.
- Dynamic microphones are extremely durable and can handle very high sound pressure levels (SPL).
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