Podcasters, YouTube and live streamers are always looking for new ways to capture the natural sound of their voices. True, there’s no shortage of cheap microphones on the market, but the truth is, in most cases, you get what you pay for.
The good news is that PreSonus has just introduced the new PD-70 Dynamic Broadcast Microphone, and it looks like a solid yet affordable option to add clarity to your voice recordings.
According to the company, the PD-70 is built to capture the spoken word cleanly and clearly while eliminating mechanical noise and breathiness that can get between you and your audience.
Thanks to superior off-axis rejection, you can set up your broadcast studio in just about any space, and unwanted reverberance, electrical hum, or the random car driving by will be left behind, leaving only the pristine, natural sound of your voice.
You can watch a quick product trailer here below:
A ruggedly built, dynamic end-address mic with a cardioid polar pattern, the PD-70 delivers exceptional clarity throughout its 50 Hz to 20 kHz (±3 dB) frequency range. Its integrated windscreen reduces annoying plosives for a smooth, professional broadcast sound. It also includes an integrated hard mount.
- Dynamic broadcast microphone
- Cardioid polar pattern
- A great choice for recording vocals for podcasts, radio, and more
- Works with any audio interface with a microphone preamp
- End address
- Exceptional clarity throughout its frequency response range
- Rugged construction
- Top-quality performance specifications
- Integrated hard mount and windscreen
Pricing and Availability
The PreSonus PD-70 is available now at a U.S. street price of $129.95 and 129 € (approx.) in Europe. For more information, visit the official web page.
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