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BP4025 X/Y Stereo Field Recording Microphone

Designed for broadcast and professional recording, Audio-Technica’s BP4025 stereo condenser offers large-diaphragm capsules in an innovative coincident capsule configuration. This allows for a smaller housing while producing an X/Y stereo image with the spatial impact and realism of a live sound field. Ideal for use with professional audio and video equipment, the microphone is fully RoHS-compliant – free from all substances specified in the EU directive on the reduction of hazardous substances (RoHS).
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How do i connect the output of Audio Technica BP4025 with my two track recorder?
and do i need to link the inputs, for example with sound devices 702 they have an option to link stereo or MS, in that way fader 01 becomes the level control and 02 as pan control?
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Thank you for your inquiry. The BP4025 is an XY stereo microphone (left and right) and not a mid side mic (cardioid and figure of eight. The stereo image is fixed. Your options for a 2 track recorder would be left and right channels, where you could adjust the volume and the pan of each channel.
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