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|Package Weight||0.2 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.6 x 3.4 x 2.1"|
|Frequency Response||70 Hz - 16 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||106 dB, (1 kHz at Maximum SPL)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||66 dB, (1 kHz at 1 Pa)|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||134 dB, (1 kHz at 1% T.H.D.)|
|Power Requirements||Phantom, (9 - 52v, 2 mA Typical)|
|Output Impedance||100 Ohms|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||None|
|Applications||Suspend Over Chiors, Orchestras, etc.|
|Dimensions||2.24 x 0.47" (56.9 x 12mm) LxDiameter|
|Weight||.5 oz. (15 g)|
|Output Connectors||XLR Type|
For the price this is a great mic. We use them for audience mics in our church auditorium. We have them hanging about 20' above the audience. They feed our TV mix as well as the in-ears for our musicians on stage so they can have a little ambient noise in their mix. Clean, low hiss.
A great addition to our church and choir. The pick up is awesome and they sound great! You can spend quite a bit more but for the price and sound there is really no need. Great product!
I have this mic hanging from the ceiling, capturing audio for videos I make in a studio. It's a cheap and easy way to get the sound I need. I like the low profile, low weight, and low price. I damaged my first one while moving, and I knew I'd replace it with the same one.
I am looking forward to installing my new mics. I will be ordering more shortly. Thanks
Excellent mic for the price range , we had 4 of them in our church for about 4 years now and just bought 4 more for our choir
Installed two of these to pick up and reinforce sound in a church sanctuary. They work great in the space. The two mics cover the entire downstage area and we no longer need lapel mics or mics on stands. Coverage is even from stage right to stage left...works for us.
I put this up to to pick the room sound of a chuch congragation to mix with the direct board audio feed for their live streaming broadcast.
I purchased 3 of these for a cantata production. I hung them from the ceiling over the back row of tenors and basses. For the first time we could actually hear them! I was trying for a balanced choir sound and these helped a lot.
I was tired of using speaker phones, or a mic on a webcam, for conference calls, and in a 1200 Sq Ft room I also got tired of the people at the other end not being able to hear very well. So I purchased an Audio-Technica AT-MX341A SmartMixer and three AUPRO45W hanging mics, and got a great sound!
This is enough of an industry standard that not much has to be said about quality! Thought some would like to know that I used a pair of these with the hangers to mic an upright piano quite successfully.