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AV-JEFES PHM942 Professional Hypercardioid Condenser Recording Microphone

SKU - PHM942

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AV-JEFES PHM942 is phantom powered electret condenser handheld microphone with hypercardioid polar pattern. This microphone is specifically engineered for high ambient noise locations. Its low frequency roll off reduces rumble and feedback problems often found in close-up use, while the boost at high end frequency brings out the bass and warmth in voice and keeps the lyrics clear and intelligible. It is ideal for professional recording and critical applications in broadcasting.
(Requires phantom power.)

AV-JEFES PHM942 Professional Hypercardioid Condenser Recording Microphone

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Features:

·        Hypercardioid Condenser Microphone

·        Phantom Power Operated

·        Excellent Off-axis Rejection

·        Complements a Wide Variety of Vocal Sounds & Style with Ease

·        Unique Shock Mounted Mic capsule that Minimizes Handling Noise

·        Integral Multi-Layer Breath/Wind Filter

·        High-Quality Vocal Pick-Up for Live Performance

·        Ergonomic Design Provides Ease of Handling

·        Comes in Smooth Matte-Black Finish

·        Ideal for Professional Recording, Live Performances, and Other Critical Sound Reinforcement Applications.

Specification:

·        Element: Back Electret Condenser

·        Polar Pattern: Hypercardioid

·        Frequency: 70Hz ~ 18,000 Hz

·        Sensitivity: -59dB ± 3dB

·        Impedance: 100 W± 30% (@ 1KHz)

·        Max SPL: 140dB

·        S/N Ratio: >65dB

·        Dimension: f51.5 x 172mm

·        Require Phantom Power: 9V ~ 52V D.C.

·        Output Connector: Mini 3 pin XLR

·        Material: Zinc Diecast (grip)

Additional Information

SKU PHM942
Brand Name AV-Jefes
Model No
Warranty One Year Warranty

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