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|Package Weight||0.85 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.4 x 7.3 x 2.7"|
|Frequency Response||60 Hz - 15 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||Phantom: 96 dB, (1 kHz @ Maximum SPL) Battery: 85 dB, (1 kHz @ Maximum SPL)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||58 dB, (1 kHz at 1 Pa)|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||Phantom: 132 dB SPL, (1 kHz @ 1% T.H.D.) Battery: 121 dB SPL, (1 kHz @ 1% T.H.D.)|
|Power Requirements||Phantom: 9 - 52v, (2 mA Typical) Battery: 1.5v, (AA/UM3)|
|Output Impedance||Phantom: 200 Ohms Battery: 270 Ohms|
|Transducer||(Fixed Charge) Condenser|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||Yes, (80 Hz, 18 dB Per Octave)|
|Applications||Sound Reinforcement, Tour Guides and Stage Usage|
|Dimensions||Headset: 4.72" (120.0mm) Nominal at Widest Point Flexible Boom: 3.17"(80.5mm) Microphone: 0.80" (20.4mm) Diameter Power Module: 3.27 x 2.48 x 0.87 (83.1 x 62.99 x 22.1mm) HxWxD|
|Weight||Microphone: 2.1 oz. (60 g) Power Module: 5.2 oz. (147 g)|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type (from Attached Power AT8531 Module)|
I just purchased this mic and although I have not had a chance to use it too much yet, I know if it ever broke, I'd replace it in a heartbeat-- When I first tested it out, I was wearing it for about 10 minutes when I realized I had completely forgot I was wearing it! It becomes part of your head!
i am a drummer who sometimes sings while playing, i have used other head set mics before so i wanted to try these to see if they would work better for me. so far i like this mic over the others i have, the only issue i find is that they are not adjustable enough to fit as i would like!
It's incredible ! Total quality... very well balanced sound !
Great microphone. I use it For auctions I'm a auctioneer and i for certain sales i need to write the prices and buyer number down so these are the best i can find outside of a hand held mic... The foam cushions wear out on the ear's to fast and the ball on the microphone tends to break down to fast.
I own two headset microphones. I own a wireless Nady UHF headset and a Audio Technica ATM75. The Audio Technica is a lot better durability and reliability. The headset from Audio Technica stays on my head a lot better than the Nady wireless.
This headset mic doesn't sound too bad, but because it's not adjustable, it is uncomfortable to wear for a longer period of time.