The Boya BY-M800 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone, which is indispensable for sound recording in your studio. Do you want to record vocals, instruments, podcasts, voice-overs, or just a recording in your home studio? Then the Boya BY-M800 is perfect!
The microphone has a cardioid directional characteristic, which means that sounds from the front are recorded. The BY-M800 also has a pop filter, which allows you to filter out loud speaking sounds (such as "S" and "P") and other background sounds. In addition, this filter protects your microphone against saliva, for example, during vocal recordings. The anti-shock mount prevents vibratory sounds from being incorporated into the audio recording. The microphone also has a low-cut filter, which allows you to filter out low-frequency sounds (e.g. noise and background noise). The BY-M800 also has a pad-switch so as not to disturb your recording with loud sounds. For an extremely reliable sound recording, you can rotate the microphone in the holder by 360 degrees.
The BY-M800 features a tilting bracket with a 3/8" and 5/8" female thread. This allows you to place the condenser microphone on a tripod (also on tripods with 1/4" threaded connection using optional adapter nipple). The condenser microphone operates on the basis of phantom power: 24V or 48V. The included XLR cable provides this power supply. For high reliability, the housing is made of metal.
Usage Boya Cardioid Condenser Microphone BY-M800
To use the condenser microphone, place the device on a tripod. Then connect your audio device or other electronic device to the BY-M800 using the XLR cable. The microphone now has direct power, so you don't have to turn the device on or off separately. The slider on the left side of the body switches the low-cut filter on and off; the button on the right side controls the pad-switch. The BY-BM1000 (see optional accessoiries) is available if you want a free choice of directional characteristics. This microphone allows you to select cardioid, omni-directional or bi-directional directional directional characteristics.