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|Package Weight||2.1 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||15.7 x 5.4 x 3.5"|
|Frequency Response||Stereo: 50Hz to 20kHz Mono: 40Hz to 20kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||Stereo: 104dB or more Mono: 106dB or more|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||Stereo: 74dB or more Mono: 76dB or more|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||124dB SPL|
|Power Requirements||DC 40 to 52V Consumption: Stereo - 4mA or less x 2ch Mono - 4mA or less|
|Output Connectors||5-pin XLR (Cable Supplied)|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||Two Position (M,V) Low-Cut Filter|
|Dimensions (LxDiameter)||9.84 x 0.78" (250 x 20mm)|
|Weight||140g (4.9 oz)|
|Output Impedance||100 ohms +/- 20%|
|Polar Pattern||M/S (Mid-Side) Stereo Unidirectional (Cardioid)|
I tested this against the Sony ECM-MS2, AT8010, and AT875R, by connecting and gaining all to a similar level on a DR-701D. Granted these all have their own use cases, this mic just swept the floor with the others in sound quality. Deeper, richer bass, more clarity, and greater sensitivity.
I really love this mic. It has a great frequency range. I tested it against 3 other mics I had, and it blew them away. The bass pickup was much better on this one too. I first used it in a wedding with an FS7, and the recording sounded as good as using the direct output from the soundboard.
I primarily use this mic for field recording, and it does quite a good job! It captures a very clear, life-like sound. Highly recommended if you want to do some outdoors recording.
We use this microphone on our Sony PDW-F800 camera - it's incredibly clean sounding and rich. Two things I'd like to see different though. The first is that the switches are very exposed.