Sennheiser E608 Super-Cardioid ...

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Sennheiser E608 Super-Cardioid Miniature Dynamic Microphone

Manufacturer's ID: 004520

Dynamic super-cardioid miniature instrument microphone. Ideal for brass, drums, and woodwind. Flexible gooseneck with multifunctional clip for easy positioning. Handles high SPLs without distortion.

Specification

Holds everywhere.
A solid choice for brass and woodwind players. With its flexible gooseneck, the e 608 snuggles right up to the instrument, while the multifunctional clip lets it find an optimal position on every instrument. The shock-mounted capsule reliably protects against structure-borne noise. When something is in the air – it doesn't get lost here. The e 608 comes closer to the heart of each instrument and transmits its character in soft, warm tones.

Features
  • Dynamic microphone with gooseneck
  • Low sensitivity to structure-borne noise
  • Extremely rugged fiberglass housing with tear-resistant cable (XLR connector)
  • Simple handling and flexible positioning
  • Hum compensating coil
  • Highly effective shock mount

Specifications


  • Dimensions      Ø 17 x 185 mm
  • Connector      XLR-3
  • Frequency response (microphone)      40 - 16000 Hz
  • Transducer principle (Microphone)      dynamic
  • Weight      Without cable: 20 g
  • Pick-up pattern      super-cardioid
  • Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz)      0,8 mV/Pa
  • Nominal impedance      250 O
  • Min. terminating impedance      1000 O
  • What's in the box?
    • 1 e 608
    • 1 microphone clip
    • 1 pouch
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Customer reviews

Overall Rating 5 (1 reviews)

Perfect for my requirements

Rodney E. - 1/4/2019