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|Frequency Response||15Hz - 50kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||142dB SPL|
|Power Requirements||48V +/- 4V|
|Output Impedance||Nominal: 25 Ohm
Min. Terminating: 1000 Ohm
|Output Connectors||3-pin XLR|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||No|
|Dimensions (LxDiameter)||1.61 x 0.74" (41 x 19mm)|
|Weight||.88 ozs - 1.93 ozs with XLR Module (25 g - 55 g with XLR Module)|
Sennheiser's MKH 8000 line offers three models and a range of accessories that allow for many extension and placement options. The Nextel black finish is camera- and stage-friendly, offering low visual impact.
My purchase was for the intention of outdoor Nature recordings, These are near perfect matched pair with very good ambient pick up when configured in an ORTF stereo between 90 & 110 degree axis.
What's to say.... Sennheiser makes the Best most durable mics out there! They are "little puppy dogs", so don't be surprised. Seller was excellent. for others with these models am getting a quote on WindCutters (a brand name) mic muffs.
There really isn't a whole lot to say here, so I'm going to keep it pretty brief.This is an outstanding-sounding mic. The response is rich and incredibly transparent. For somple people it may sound too "clinical", but to my ears it's a great match.
I have owned several of the Sennheiser MKH- series condenser microphones for several years. One complaint in live recordings is that they do stick out, in spite of their black finish. I saw a good deal for a pair of MKH8040 and decided to buy them.
These are exquisite gems. Their finish, numbered, solidity promote them to pride of place in my microphone cabinet. They are small and, in conjunction with their purpose-made mic stands, look divine when they actually get in shot.
I use the MKH-8040ST set with Korg MR-1000 recorder for organ and choral concerts.Small size, and extended frequency response on both ends of audio spectrum results in very accurate recordings.No negatives come to mind.