MXL 4000 specifications:

TypePressure gradient multi-pattern condenser mic
Diaphragm6-micron gold-sputtered
Frequency Response20 Hz – 20 kHz
Sensitivity15mV/Pa
Output Impedance200 ohmsPolar pattern: Cardioid/Figure-8/Omni-directional switch-selectable
High Pass Filter6 dB/octave, 150 Hz
Equivalent noise20 dB (A-weighted IEC 268-4)
Pre-Attenuation Switch0 dB, -10 dB
S/N Ratio74 dB (Ref. 1Pa A-weighted)
Max SPL for .5% THD130 dB
Power Requirements48V Phantom Power (+- 4V)
Size2.3 in x 9.4 in/59mm x 240mm
Weight1.60 lbs/725g
Metal FinishBlue/Nickel

Additional Product Features

  • Design Freestanding
  • Mount Type None
  • Sound Mode Stereo
  • Connectivity Cable XLR
  • Usage Professional

Product Identifiers

  • Brand Marshall
  • MPN MXL4000
  • UPC 0801813122503, 0889406660656
  • Model MXL-4000

About MXL 4000

The MXL 4000 Multi-Pattern is a condenser microphone designed around a Class-A. Multiple (3) polar patterns in the microphone make it versatile and work on various conditions in various ways after some adjustments. The MXL 4000 microphone is widely used for pop, rapping, hip-hop recordings, and acoustics as well. You can use this microphone for voiceover instruments, podcasting, interviews, and much more.

The MXL 4000 mid has a 25mm large-diaphragm capsule which makes the warmth and richness in the sound with nice clarity. The sound is a bit boosted in the microphones that’s why it is best for hip hop, rapping, and instruments: piano, guitar, and bass guitar, etc. If you are singing or recording vocals and want to give your voice some natural warmth and thickness you need to use a good preamp to boost the low ends.

The MXL 4000 mic has a frequency response of 20Hz to 20KHz which is very good for any condenser microphone. It has a max SPL of 130dB which is perfect to handle any instrumental. For the connectivity of the microphone, you need a standard XLR microphone cable and to require a phantom power supply of 48v.

MXL 4000 Microphone Frequency

MXL 4000 Polar Pattern
Pros

  • Perfect built quality
  • 3 polarity patterns
  • Stand mount that isolates the mic from vibrations
  • Minimal adjustment and easy to set up
  • Versatile microphone

Cons

  • Quite sensitive for vocals
  • You will need a preamp and some adjustments for recording vocals
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