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|Polar Pattern||Figure 8 (Bi-Directional)|
|Frequency Response||40 Hz - 20 kHz, (-3 dB)|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||121 dB|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||81 dB|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||134 dB|
|Power Requirements||Phantom 48v, (+/- 4v)|
|Output Impedance||150 Ohms|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type|
|Pad||Yes, -10 dB Attenuation Switch|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||Yes, -5 dB/Octave @ 100 Hz|
|Applications||General Recording, Mid-Side (M-S) and Blumlein Stereo (When Coupled with Other MKH Microphones)|
|Dimensions||6.9 x 1.0" (174 x 25mm) LxDiameter|
|Weight||3.85 oz (110g)|
I bought this for mid-side field recording, but it's proved useful in other applications. I was working on a radio drama, and most of the scenes had two actors talking to each other. It was a really convenient, lightweight solution for recording two actors speaking while facing one another.
Awesome for M/S setups. Super quiet and durable, with good wind protection can be used anywhere.
I'm going to start by getting the biggest elephant in the room out of the way: it's a bi-directional mic, and thus it's day-to-day function is extremely limited for almost all recording purposes.
I used these mics recently (2 MKH 30s) in a Faulkner array to record an a cappella choral program. I used minimal electronics and minimal DSP. These mics delivered an accurate, musical, and glorious sound. It is an extremely high quality product.