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|Package Weight||0.45 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.7 x 4.4 x 3.3"|
|Frequency Response||20 to 20,000Hz|
|Sensitivity||-46.5 dBV/Pa (4.5 mV)|
|Max Input Sound Level (SPL)||2500 Ω load: 143.0 dB SPL; 1000 Ω load: 143.0 dB SPL|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||60.0 dB|
|Dynamic Range||@1kHz2500 Ω load: 109.0 dB SPL; 1000 Ω load: 109.0 dB SPL|
|Operating Temperature||Operating: 0 to 135°F (-18 to 57°C)Storage: -20 to 165°F (-29 to 74°C)|
|Polarity||TQG: Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 3 with respect to pin 1|
|Power Requirements||11-52VDC phantom power (IEC-61938),|
|Dimensions (LxDiameter)||Length: 5' (1.52m)Diameter: 0.23" (5.8mm)|
|Weight||0.7 oz (21 g)|
|Self Noise||34.0 dB(equivalent SPL, A-weighted, typical)|
relatively small. reliable. good sound. directional mic is very good.
If you've been using WL50's, or Countryman B3's, you'll Shurely want to try out the new MX150. The sound quality and consistency between microphones is very noticeably improved. Handling noise is practically nonexistent (with Omni only, cardioid is also improved), and the cable feels more durable.
If you need a lav mic, this will perform well. There's a bit more cable noise than I anticipated but nothing out of the ordinary. Would be fine for most standard uses.
I received a call the day after ordering. Wow I would recommend to my Family and Friends.
i used this mic for video testamonys and it has worked out great! needs a good preamp and you get great tones high to low!
Our new pastor hated the headworn mics we were using and asked for a lav. Our old Shure wireless lavs sounded hollow compared to the over-the-ear headworns... but I relented and bought this deciding that if we were going lav - we'd go high end.
Working better than we expected for singing.
I have had a lot of trouble with feedback previously, but this mike cured that totally. Thank you, Sweetwater.