Professional beatboxers usually own at least two mics – one condenser mic for use at home or in studio and one dynamic mic for live shows. The 2028 Vocal Microphone is a professional studio mic that can also handle the high sound pressure level environment of stage use.
Just think about it – now you only need one mic no matter where you perform. Not only can you save the cost of one microphone, you ensure that the way you sound during practice is the way you sound on stage.
The sonic quality of the 2028 is almost identical to that of its legendary predecessor the d:facto™ – in fact, you might find it difficult to hear the difference (like Sinjo). Some features that do set it apart is the size of the mic, which is smaller and easier to cup for most hands.
Legendary condenser beatbox mic
The d:facto™ Vocal Microphone brings a lot to the beatboxing stage. But don't take our word for it, listen to Sinjo, Head of Sound at Swissbeatbox break down why the d:facto™ was chosen as the mic for all performances during the Grand Beatbox Battle 2019.
It [the d:facto™] has a very rich and clean bass response. Things like lip rolls, kicks and throat bass come through very powerful with a full sound that is not overwhelmed by the low-mid frequencies. In other words, your bass sounds will be very clean and powerful without being distorted and muddy.
– Sinjo, Head of Sound at SwissBeatBox
Choose a d:facto™ to get the most out of your performance. It's a perfect mic for the beatboxing stage.