When microphones are exposed to strong wind, WK... windscreens should be used for best performance. Only in the upper frequency range is the output level slightly attenuated. The wind noise attenuation was measured without electrical filtering in a turbulent air stream traveling at 20 km/h, generated by a noiseless wind machine. These windscreens also fit microphones held by an elastic suspension. The microphone is mounted in the EA 82 elastic suspension and placed inside the WK 81/82 windscreen. This assembly is then attached to the SG 82 swivel mount, or the HG 82 handle. Suppression of wind noise approx. 24 (25) dB. Attenuation at 15 kHz approx. 2 (3) dB. Diameter 100 mm, length 440 (610) mm. A windscreen cover is included.
The super-cardioid e 614 is a permantly polarized condenser microphone
designed for demanding applications which require a wide frequency response,
high SPL, fast transient response and a compact design. With its frequency
response of 40 Hz to 20 kHz, the e 614 is able to capture the full sound of the
instrument, while its super-cardioid pick-up pattern isolates the microphone
from other on-stage signals.
An excellent microphone for percussion instruments, the e 614 is also an ideal
choice for woodwind and string instruments. Its excellent acoustic properties
also make it a valuable tool for home recording.
Rugged design Effective rejection of incidental rear noise Excellent directivity
across the whole frequency range Full, natural sound High maximum sound
Wide frequency response
Microphone clip MZQ 100
Frequency response 40 Hz ... 20 kHz
Transducer principle permanently polarized condenser
Pick-up pattern supercardioid
Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz) 3 mV/Pa = - 50dB (0 dB = 1 V/Pa)
Nominal impedance 50 Ohm
Min. terminating impedance 1 kOhm
Maximum sound pressure level (passiv) 139 dB/SPL
Equivalent noise level 24 dB(A)
Equivalent noise level weighted as per CCIR 468-3 35 dB
Dimensions ? 20mm, L = 100mm
Weight w/o cable 93 g
|AKG C411L Ultralight Condenser Microphone
Weighing only 18 grams (0.6 oz.), this ultra-light condenser pickup is ideal for acoustic guitar, mandolin, violin, and most other stringed instruments. The C 411 will give a clear and uncolored sound without changing the balance of the instrument. Attaching the C 411 on or near the bridge or anywhere else on the instrument is easy with the included non-marring, reusable, solventfree adhesive compound.
C 411 L: With mini XLR connector for use with B 29 L battery operated power supply, MPA V L external phantom power adapter, or AKG WMS bodypack transmitters.
- Ultra-light vibration pickup
- Condenser transducer in sealed enclosure
- Cable with lockable miniature XLR connector
||10 to 18,000 Hz
||100 dB (for 1% THD)
||200 ohms unbalanced
|Recommended load impedance
||9 to 52 V phantom power to DIN 45596 or battery powering from B 29 L or AKG bodypack transmitter
||approx. 2.2 mA
||C 411 L: 3-pin mini XLR
||C 411 L: 1.5 m (5 ft.)
||27 x 14 x 9.5 mm / 1.1 x 0.5 x 0.3 in.
||C 411 L: 18 g / 0.7 oz.
||C 411 L: 150 g / 5.5 oz.
Electret Condenser Microphone
MC32 is an electret condenser microphone which has switcheable cardioid/ super cardiod directivity
offering low distortion in a light weight aluminium body. The MC32 can be used for a wide varirty of
applications from ENG to location sound with VTR.
Wide frequency response range
Light weight (aluminum housing)
Switchable polar pattern (Cardioid/Super-cardioid)
2 way powering (phantom or battery)
Type : Electret Condenser Microphone
Polar Pattern : Cardioid / Super-cardioid
Frequency response (@ 1kHz/+/-10dB) : 70Hz to 16kHz (Cardioid), 200Hz to 16kHz (Super-cardioid)
Sensitivity : -72dB +/-3dB (Cardioid), -55dB +/-4.5dB (Super-cardioid)
Impedance : 250ohm
Power : Phantom (9V to 52V), Battery (1.5V)
Dimension : 22mm(diameter) x 302mm
Weight : 150g
The ME 62 is an omni-directional microphone head suitable for K6 and K6P
powering modules. It can be used for reporting, discussions and interviews.
The ME 62 is particularly suitable for good reproduction of 'room' ambience
and 'spaced omni' stereo recording. Matt black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
Omni-directional pick-up pattern
Minimal inherent self-noise
Excellent rejection of rumble, wind and handling noise
Wide frequency response
High maximum sound pressure level
Integral pop filter
1 ME 62
Pick-up pattern omni
Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz) 31 mV/Pa +- 2,5 dB
Nominal impedance 200 Ohm (K6)
Min. terminating impedance 1000 Ohm (K6)
Equivalent noise level 15 dB
Equivalent noise level weighted as per CCIR 468-3 27 dB
Dimensions d 22,5 x 94 mm
Weight 30 g
Specifically designed for cymbal and overhead miking, the frequency response of the C 430 ensures a unique crisp sound. With its extremely compact external dimensions, this microphone will keep a low profile on the drum kit without compromising audio quality. Response is 20-20kHz, with 126dB max SPL, and requires phantom power.
Polar Pattern: cardioid
Frequency Response: 20?20.000 Hz
Sensitivity: 7 mV/Pa=-43 dBV to 1 V/Pa
Max. SPL for 1% / 3% THD: 126/130 dB SPL
Equivalent Noise Level: 33 dB to DIN 45 412
Electrical Impedance: 200 ohms
Recommended Load Impedance: >2.000 ohms
Power Requirement: 9 to 52 volts universal phantom power
Current Consumption: approx. 2 mA
Connector : 3-pin XLR
Cable Length: 1.5 m (5 ft.)
Finish: matte black
Size : dia.: 19 mm (0.7 in.), length: 79 mm (3.1 in.)
Net / Shipping Weight: 23/192 g (0.8/6,8 oz.)
Optional Accessorires: B15, B18