All-Purpose Professional Dynamic Vocal Microphone
The OM2 is a dynamic vocal microphone used for a wide variety of stage, home, and studio applications. This microphone has clear and accurate sound reproduction, resistance to feedback, and the ability to handle very high SPLs without distortion.
The OM2 vocal dynamic microphone utilizes a tight, uniform pattern which helps isolate vocals from the instruments on stage. With a wide frequency range of 50 Hz – 16 kHz, the OM2 employs a VLM™ diaphragm for a clear, precise sound with exceptional voice response.
Designed with slight bass proximity and a tailored mid-range, the OM2 hypercardioid microphone has a full-bodied sound on small to mid-sized PA systems while retaining true sound on large or professional PA systems.
Designed, assembled, and tested by Audix in the USA.
OM2S – OM2 Dynamic Mic with on/off switch.
|Frequency Response||50 Hz – 16 kHz|
|Output Impedance||290 ohms|
|Sensitivity||1.6 mV / Pa @ 1k|
|Capsule Technology||VLM Type B|
|Off-Axis Rejection||>25 dB|
|Maximum SPL||≥140 dB|
|Polarity||Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 2 relative to pin 3 of output XLR connector|
|Materials / Finish||Zinc Alloy / Black Finish|
|Weight||307 g / 10.8 oz|
|Length||176 mm / 6.9 in|
The Modern Vocalist World: Audix OM2 Dynamic Vocal Mic Review
“As the weeks wore on and I became more comfortable with the Audix OM2 I started to find it becoming my go-to mic. Its balanced sound, high gain before feedback, and hyper-cardioid pickup pattern offering excellent feedback rejection make it an excellent choice as an all-around performer. Its relatively flat response curve would likely work well with most voice types as well. This would be the mic I would take gigging with me to an unknown venue and/or with a bored half-deaf sound engineer. The OM2 while priced more like a budget mic certainly doesn’t sound like one.”
Gearslutz: Audix OM2 Dynamic Mic Review
“I strongly recommend these amazing mics – the build quality is outstanding, handling noise is pretty low, and the sound is really useful. It’s also great on mandolin – speaking from experience trying to get a good recorded sound out of my own acoustic german mando…in a more traditional outdoor or club live gig it’s a great vocal mic, and in the studio, it has become an indispensable part of my instrumental recording arsenal.”