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|Frequency Response||40Hz to 20kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||12 (18) dB|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||SPL 134 (142) dB at 1 kHz|
|Power Requirements||48 V Phantom Power +/- 4V|
|Output Impedance||Nominal: 150 ohms
Min. terminating: 1000 ohms
|Output Connectors||3-pin XLR male|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||Yes|
|Dimensions||6.02 x .98" (153 x 25mm) Length x Diameter|
|Weight||3.52 oz (100g)|
The best mic I've owned to date. I'm not an audio expert, but an enthusiast. I needed a mic for dialogue indoors and I sprung for the staple MKH 50. It was an excellent decision. Testing it next to high end shotgun mics it blows them away.
I had been using good quality, entry level mic's for some time and decided it was time to step up and try the next level. I would say that the MKH 50 is like tasting your first glass of REALLY good wine.
Had an MKE600 for years, until I discovered this bad boy. Everything sounds very smooth, love the super cardiod response. A++ and will add another to the kit.
Got this to compliment my MKH 416 shotgun mic. did extensive tests recording with Sound Device 633. Great Foley recording, sounded like I was on a Foley stage very dry. Primarily got for production dialogue and it works great for that purpose, has a bit of color but I quite like what it gives, a...
This is a great mic, just finished a a Quick ENG run and gun scenario that was probably one of the worst situations a sound guy could have, concrete floors whit people talking over one another. This mike makes it all smooth as silk, the final files were perfect no adjustments needed.
This mic sounds great, has incredibly low self noise, and is more/less immune to RF interference. The only downside is handling noise, I had to spend $250 on the Cinela shockmount (completely worth it) to solve this.
Works great indoors.
We use this mic for recording vocals on a boompole during client interviews and dialogue from narrative projects.We were using the Rode NTG-3 shotgun, which is still a great mic, but the tone and richness from the Sennheiser is noticeably superior.The barrel of the MKH-50 is realy short, only 6, so...