Catalogo de Microfonos

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AKGC 12 VRRecording Brass Strings Vocals

Polar pattern: cardioid, omnidirectional, figure-eight, and 6 intermediate positions Frequency range: Max. SPL: 30 to 20,000 Hz

128/138/148 db (k=3%) 32 db

Equivalent noise level (IEC 60268-4): Equivalent noise level: 22 dB-A Signal/noise ratio (A-weighted): Preattenuation pad: Bass filter: Impedance:

72 dB

10 dB, 20 dB, selectable

6 dB/octave at 100 Hz, 12 dB/octave at 130 Hz 200 Ohm >1000 ohms

Recommended load impedance: Connector: 12-pin DIN

Cable 10 m (33 ft.) Net weight: 680 g / 24 oz. 4.5 kg / 9.9 lbs.

Shipping weight: Patent(s):

Electrostatic transducer (Patent no. AT 395.225, DE 4.103.784, JP 2.815.488)


Live sound Bass instruments Dynamic microphone designed for low-pitched instruments Powerful sound with great bass range Handles highest sound pressure levels Integrated stand adapter Rugged all-metal body withstands typical tough stage use Humbucking coil rejects EMC noises Complete with carrying case Rugged all metal microphone for bass instruments such as bass drum, trombone or bass amplifier. It delivers powerful sound with a high energy low end.

Polar pattern: cardioid Frequency range: Sensitivity: Max. SPL: 20 to 16,000 Hz

2.5mV/Pa 152 dB SPL >= 2,000 ohms

Recommended load impedance:

CK 98 (AKG Blue Line)Miniature shotgun microphone capsule for the AKG BLUE LINE modular studio condenser microphone system. When attached to the SE 300 B power supply module, the capsule shall perform to the following specifications: Frequency range: 2020,000 Hz; sensitivity at 1 kHz: 25 mV/Pa; maximum SPL: 124/134 dB SPL for 1% T.H.D.; equivalent noise level: 17 dB-A. The capsule shall be provided with an extremely rugged bayonet mount for attaching to the SE 300 B power supply module. The case shall be no larger than 19 mm in diameter and 247 mm long. The maximum net weight of the capsule shall be 80 g (2.8 oz.).

Percussions Recording Theater, onstage miking TV, motion picture, video production

Polar pattern

hypercardioid/directional 20 to 20,000 Hz

Frequency range Sensitivity Max. SPL

25 mV/Pa (-32 dBV) 124/134 dB (for 1% THD) 28 dB

Equivalent noise level (IEC 60268-4) Equivalent noise level 17 dB-A Signal/noise ratio (A-weighted) 77 dB Connector bayonet mount

Finish dark gray Net weight 80 g / 2.8 oz. 500 g / 1.1 lb.

Shipping weight Patent(s)

Electrode support for condenser transducer (Patent no. AT

392.182, DE 4.021.661)

C 411Instrumentos de cuerda Para instrumentos de cuerda: guitarra acstica, violn, cello, contrabajo, etc. Sistema a condensador, solo percibe las vibraciones del instrumento, evitando la realimentacin acstica. Incluye adhesivo especial para montaje que no daa el instrumento.

Especificaciones tcnicas Respuesta en frecuencia: 10 - 18.000 Hz Diagrama polar: captador de vibracin Sensibilidad: 1 mV/ms-2 Impedancia: 200 Ohms Mximo SPL para 1% / 3% THD: 96 dB/103 dB Dimensiones: 27x14x9,5 mm Peso neto: 18 g Accesorios incluidos: compuesto adhesivo Accesorios no includos: B29L

NEUMANNKU 100 dummy head

The KU 100 dummy head is a binaural stereo microphone. It resembles the human head and has two microphone capsules built into the ears. When listening through high-quality headphones it gives the illusion of being right at the scene of the acoustic events. Dummy head for head-related stereophony Pressure transducer with flat diffuse-field frequency response Loudspeaker compatible Transformerless circuitry Two-stage switchable low frequency roll-off Switchable 10 dB preattenuation Balanced and unbalanced outputs (XLR and BNC) When using the KU 100 dummy head, the binaural stereo experience moves the listener into the scene of the original performance, in contrast to other space-related recording techniques, where the acoustic event is moved to the listener. The dummy head is also used in many industrial applications as a measuring device, for example in acoustic research. The KU 100 can be operated with typical 48 V phantom powering, or from an external power supply unit, or from the built-in battery. At the bottom of the unit is a switch for the different power supply modes, as well as connectors for balanced and unbalanced output signals. Inside the head are additional switches for 10 dB attenuation and the high-pass filter. The idea The KU 100 dummy head is a replica of the human head with a microphone built into each ear. When the recorded audio signal is reproduced through high-quality headphones the listener perceives a sound image almost identical to the one he would have heard at the recording location of the dummy head (head-related stereophony). When played back through loudspeakers, the sound matches to a high degree that of conventional stereo microphones, placed in the same position. However, a superior quality is added, that of a distinct spatial depth perception. The KU 100 dummy head is just as easy to use during creative radio drama productions, and music recordings where the room acoustics should be recorded at the same time. The dummy head is also contributed essentially as an important tool to preserve natural sounds of all kinds. In addition, the dummy head is frequently used to examine and document the influence

of noise in industrial applications at various working places under realistic conditions. Electrical features The KU 100 uses transformerless circuitry with the advantage of high output capability, fast transient response, and extremely low self noise. The usual output transformers are replaced by electronic circuits. As with traditional transformers, this technique ensures good common mode rejection, and prevents RF interference, that may influence the balanced audio signals. The dummy head provides balanced (XLR) and unbalanced (BNC) outputs. It can be powered in three different modes: from an external P 48 phantom power supply, with batteries as part of the internal battery supply, or from an external AC mains supply (included with the system). Filter and attenuation A 10 dB switch inside the head attenuates the sensitivity. A second switch selects the cutoff frequency of the high-pass filter to be either linear, 40 Hz, or 150 Hz. Delivery range The KU 100 comes in a robust aluminum carrying case, together with an external power supply unit, a 5-pin XLR cable, and an adapter cable that splits the 5-pin XLR output into two 3-pin XLR connectors.

Acoustical operating principle Pressure transducer Directional pattern Frequency range Ear 20 Hz ... 20 kHz

Sensitivity at 1 kHz into 1 kohm 20 mV/Pa Rated impedance 50 ohms balanced, 200 ohms unbalanced

Rated load impedance 1 kohms Equivalent noise level, CCIR1) 29 dB Equivalent noise level, A-weighted1) 16 dB-A 65 dB

Signal-to-noise ratio, CCIR1) (rel. 94 dB SPL)

Signal-to-noise ratio, A-weighted1) (rel. 94 dB SPL) Maximum SPL for THD 0.5%2) 135 dB Maximum SPL for THD 0.5% with preattenuation2) Maximum output voltage 1950 mV

78 dB

145 dB

Dynamic range of the microphone amplifier (A-weighted)

119 dB

Supply voltage (P48, IEC 61938) 200 ... 240 V / 48 V 4 V / 6 x 1.5 V Current consumption (P48, IEC 61938) 2 x 2 mA Matching connector Weight 3500 g Height 280 mm Width 180 mm Depth 220 mm XLR3F / XLR5F

KK 104/105 S

Combining the Neumann KK 104/105 S capsule heads with the Sennheiser SKM 5200/SKM 5000 N* Wireless System thrusts the legendary Neumann sound into the wireless domain, thus opening up new dimensions in sound for sophisticated live-performance engineering. Details In terms of engineering, the KK 104/105 S are based on the KMS 105, 140, and 150 family of wired vocalist microphones. They inherit not only their outstanding tonal characteristics and specifications but also their sturdiness and efficiency in suppressing popping and handling noise. The Sennheiser SKM 5200 and SKM 5000 N handheld transmitter are advanced versions of the SKM 5000*, optimized for the Neumann capsule heads, and ensuring reliable, interference-free, high-quality transmission of the capsule signal to the corresponding Sennheiser receiver. The capsule and handheld transmitter are available with the typical Neumann nickel-colored finish and in black. The KK 104/105 S package includes a spacious, roadworthy nylon pouch big enough to hold not only the capsule, but the transmitter, battery packs, and additional accessories as well.

These product components are a dream come true for countless customers, who time and again demanded a wireless variant of the successful Neumann KMS 104/105 vocal microphones. Simultaneously, this combination unites the core areas of competence of two established global players and market leaders: Neumann the worlds leading manufacturer of condenser microphones, and Sennheiser the market leader with years of experience in the area of high-quality wireless systems. Neumann capsule head engineering expands with Sennheiser liveperformance engineering Cardioid (KK 104 S) and Supercardioid (KK 105 S) characteristic Built-in, highly effective suppression of popping noises Easy dismantling for cleaning Pure, open, and neutral sound transmission Directional pattern Frequency range Cardioid/Supercardioid 80 Hz ... 20 kHz

Sensitivity at 1 kHz into 1 kohm 1.7/1.3 mV/Pa 1 dB Equivalent noise level, CCIR1) 42/44 dB 31/33 dB-A

Equivalent noise level, A-weighted1) Max. SPL for THD 0.5%2) Maximum SPL for THD 3%2) Dynamic range (A-weighted) Frequency range Switching bandwidth

148/150 dB 153/155 dB > 117 dB-A

450 - 960 MHz 24 MHz

Transmitter frequencies 16 RF-output 50 mW (-3 dB) Sennheiser "HiDyn plusTM" approx