Audio Technica AT8035


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The AT8035 Line + Gradient Condenser Microphone’s long, 14.53″ design makes it a great solution for on-the-fly outdoor recording, ENG, EFP, and other video production applications. It works nicely for either boom and handheld use, and provides the narrow acceptance angle that is desirable for long-distance sound pickup. It features excellent sound rejection of signals from the rear and sides of the mic and includes switchable low-frequency roll-off. Additionally, it conveniently operates on either battery or phantom power.


On-the-fly outdoor recording • ENG/EFP • Other video production applications


  • AT8035 line + gradient condenser mic
  • AT8405a stand clamp for ⅝”-27 threaded stands
  • ⅝”-27 to ⅜”-16 threaded adapter
  • Windscreen
  • Battery
  • Protective carrying case


  • Designed for video production and Broadcast audio acquisition
  • Switchable low-frequency roll-off
  • 14.53″ length is well-suited to ENG, outdoor recording and other specialized uses
  • Narrow acceptance angle for long-distance pickup
  • Excellent side and rear sound rejection


  • Element: Fixed-charge back plate, permanently polarized condenser
  • Polar Pattern: Line + Gradient
  • Frequency Response: 40 – 20,000Hz
  • Low Frequency Roll-Off: 80Hz, 12dB/octave
  • Open Circuit Sensitivity:
    • Phantom: 250Ω
    • Battery: 300Ω
  • Maximum Input Sound Level:
    • Phantom: 132dB SPL, 1kHz @ 1% THD
    • Battery: 120dB SPL, 1kHz @ 1% THD
  • Dynamic Range (typical):
    • Phantom: 110dB, 1kHz @ Max SPL
    • Battery: 98dB, 1kHz @ Max SPL
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 72dB, 1kHz @ 1Pa
  • Phantom Power Requirements, typical: 11-52VDC, 2mA
  • Battery Type: 1.5V AA / UM3
  • Battery Current/Life: 0.4mA / 1200 hours, typical (alkaline)
  • Switch: Flat, roll-off
  • Weight: 6oz. (170g)
  • Dimensions (L x Dia): 14.53″ x 0.83″ (369 x 21mm)
  • Output Connector: Integral 3-pin XLRM-type

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 20 × 10 × 6 in


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