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USB Audio (Microphone)
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Applies to:

BEHRINGER C-1U USB Audio (Microphone)

Author/Supplier:

BEHRINGER

Category:

Audio

Requirements:

Windows XP 32-bit

File Size:

147 KB

File Name:

ASIO2KS-Driver.zip

Release Date:

12/21/05

Version:

2.0

Last Updated:

01.05.12

Rating:


3
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Device Type: Large-Diaphragm Condenser Microphone
  • Connectivity Interface: USB
  • Transducer: Pressure-Gradient
  • Sound Pickup Pattern: Cardioid
  • Plug and Play Support: Yes

Description:

BEHRINGER C-1U is a USB powered microphone equipped with a large diaphragm for helping musicians capture their creations in high details. The product supports USB connectivity, and can be used by simply plugging it into a computer. The microphone has an unusually flat frequency response, which can help users capture both their voices and the sounds of acoustic instruments with high degree of clarity. The device follows a cardioid pickup pattern, so that it can record sound from various sources separately, while automatically rejecting any kind of echo or feedback. It also has an inbuilt pressure-gradient transducer, which helps in cutting down noise while recording any kind of sound.

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The microphone picks up sound from its surroundings in a cardioid pattern, which is a mathematical concept involving a set of imaginary circles. One of the circles in the set is always stationary, while the others are in constant movement in a circular path with respect to a common point within the stationary circle. The final structure formed by such movements is the same as the direction in which the microphone being described picks up sound. This helps in true 360 capture of music and voice, ensuring nothing created by users is wasted. There is a slight risk of echoes getting captured in this method, but microphones following this technique usually employ various sound filtering technologies to cancel those out.