Wherever music is created, beyerdynamic, microphones and musicians go hand in hand. On the world’s largest and smallest stages and studios. The new USB Studio Microphone FOX captures music anywhere, anytime.
For home studio and mobile recordings Singer-Songwriters, Vocalists, Musicians, Podcasters, Gamers and YouTubers perform arts free of technical distraction.
With its classy style and outstanding design elements, FOX fits in every home studio or any place away from home. No melody will be lost because your studio is always with you. Record songs, podcast and much more with the according software.
MOBILE STUDIO SOUND
With 24 bit and 96 kHz you have a high resolution quality like in professional recording studios. Perfect digital signal processing produces a very natural sound.
A large diaphragm capacitor capsule with cardioid characteristic enables accurate sound conversion and low inherent noise.
SUPPORTS YOUR SOUND
Live your artistic freedom with the simple plug-and-play USB connection. The adapter included with the FOX guarantees uncomplicated and quick mounting on the stand.
DT 770 PRO
To listen to your recording at the same time, you can connect your headphones via the headphone output. Our choice for this is the studio headphones DT 770 PRO (32 Ohm).
DT 240 PRO
In addition to the DT 770 PRO you can also use our mobile studio headphones DT 240 PRO.
TYGR 300 R
Together with the TYGR 300 R open gaming headphones, the FOX is the ideal combination for long gaming sessions.
Keep disturbing sounds away during recording by muting the microphone with the mute button. In addition, loud instruments can also be perfectly recorded using the gain switch.
The orange color always shows you which plug belongs to the FOX. The included USB-A cable (to USB-C) is 2 meters long and offers you enough flexibility.
ON A TRIPOD
FOX can be attached to conventional microphone arms via the 3/8″ thread and tripods can be attached. For use on a tripod with 5/8″ thread we recommend an adapter.
Be the first to review “FOX USB Studio Microphone”