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|Package Weight||0.9 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.0 x 2.7 x 1.3"|
|Frequency Response||50 Hz - 17 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||96.2 dB, (@ 1 kW Load)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||Cardioid: 66 dB Supercardioid: 67.5 dB Omindirectional: 73.5 dB, (All Referenced @ 94 dB SPL)|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||Cardioid: 124.2 dB Supercardioid: 122.7 dB Omnidirectional: 116.7 dB|
|Power Requirements||Phantom, (11 - 52v DC)|
|Output Impedance||150 Ohms, (180 Ohms Actual)|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||None|
|Applications||Choirs and Perfomance Groups, Stage, etc.|
|Dimensions||Microphone: 5.69 x .46" (144.5 x 11.7mm) LxDiameter Preamp: 4.84 x .75" (123.1 x 19mm) LxDiameter Cable: 30' (9m)|
|Weight||17.8 oz. (504.6 g)|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type, (from In-Line Pre Amp Out)|
|Polar Pattern||None, Must Purchase One (or More) of the Following Capsules: Cardioid: "R-185B" (Black), "R-185W" (White) Supercardioid: "R-184B" (Black), "R-184W" (White) Omnidirectional: "R-183B" (Black), "R-183W" (White)|
We have several of these hung above the floor in a performance area. They are over ten years old and have never had a failure, in spite of accidental bumps and drops.
I've been using this model in my church for many years. It's good for the price. The only down side is you have to be carful not to pull it down from the cable. I had to replace few of those because some users tried to pull it down with their hands. Pick up pattern is OK but not perfect.
We have two hanging AT mics for our choir, but they just weren't picking up enough. We wanted to put one in the center to pick up additional sound, but the projector and screen are right in the middle, so we got one of these and put it on a stand to augment the two hanging ones.
This mic is wonderful. It's small and inconspicuous, but it picks up amazing audience laughter and applause.
The technology that isolated these mics from Blackberrys and other RF noise is fantastic
We use it on our christmas concert and they works great!!
I use this mic to record House Concerts. It is suspended over the artist to capture better sound than my video camera does. It captures the real ambience of the artist in a live performance.
One of the best choir mics I have ever used.
Best Choir mic used based on application needs.
I work in a television station that also has 7 radio stations. I use this mic in the TV studio on a set where anything goes, prewiews of plays, cooking, music, dance performances etc. This mic hangs from he grid to fill in the audio I can't get with shure 57 and 58s.