Schlagwerk Cajomic - Cajon Microphone
The Schlagwerk Cajomic is a dynamic sound converter with freely oscillating suspension.
The first sound converter system to be created especially for the Cajon is based on a freely oscillating and mountable dynamic sound converter unit for the sound output aperture at the back of a Cajon. The low-resistance, passive system is phase-defined and can be connected to a low-frequency amplifier using a XLR plug or through a conventional mixer. The frequency spectrum includes not only the Cajon's important bass range but also the mid and treble range.
The entirely flexible system is easy and convenient to assemble thanks to the mounting blocks. The plug and play system is ready to use in a matter of seconds, eliminating any problems with positioning microphones.
Important Note: The Cajomic cannot be used with the CP 436 Cajon 2inOne "dual" model. In order to guarantee optimal hold for the Cajomic the panel thickness of the cajon cannot exceed 5.5mm.
Model: Schlagwerk CMIC 90 Cajomic - Cajon Microphone
About Schlagwerk Percussion
Schlagwerk Percussion has a 25 year history of manufacturing the professional German-made musical instruments. Through these years of innovation and experience, the company has laid the foundation for the most successful percussion instrument in recent years with the introduction of the first Schlagwerk Cajon. In the early 90s, the Cajon la Perú set the standard for sound and quality of the modern Cajon. This resulted in increasing international demand for Schlagwerk Percussion.
Posted by Paul Hurlbert on 14th Jul 2014
Sounds great and is extremely convenient! Just played my first gig using the mic and people said it made a significant difference. It obviously picks up the bass just fine, but picks up the highs very well too. Simply.. It makes it sound like it sounds.
Posted by Joe Cummings on 11th Jul 2014
Once again a great product. Will continue to order from X8. Quick delivery.
Nice piece of equipment
Posted by Rootsfarmer on 11th Jul 2014
i haven't been able to thoroughly evaluate this product, and my only reason for not 5*ing it was...the fact that there is NO CUSHION between the mounting screws and the wooden surface, and im sure if i had tightened it down all the way without putting a few folded strips of duct tape in between first, i would have damaged the finish. other than that slight oversight on the part of design staff, it seems to be a fine piece of sound equipment.