The X-D was discontinued in September 2009.
The X-D is an omnidirectional electret condenser microphone that uses a tailored-response 10mm capsule. It is designed for use as a close mic on drums, percussion, and may be suited for use in other high-SPL applications such as guitar amplifiers.
The X-D has low output sensitivity, to avoid overloading preamplifiers when used on loud sources.
Power Supply and Interconnection
The X-D requires a phantom power supply of +18V to +48V. Lower phantom voltages may degrade the SPL handling ability of the X-D.
Interconnection for the X-D is as follows:
Phantom power (via XLR): Standard XLR-XLR cable. (cable not available from Naiant)
Type: 10mm omnidirectional electret condenser microphone
Phantom Power: +18V to +48V
Recommended Input Impedance: 600Ω minimum
Sensitivity, 1kHz @ 94dBSPL: -48dBV/Pa
Total Harmonic Distortion, 1kHz @ 94dBSPL: 0.1%
Maximum Level, 1kHz (clipping): 136dBSPL
Maximum Level, 1kHz @ 1% THD: 126dBSPL
Frequency Response: 100Hz to 10kHz
Polar Response, 180°: -3dB @ 10kHz
Weight: 1.8oz (51g)
Dimensions: 2 13/16″ x 3/4″ø (72mm x 19mmø)