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The super-cardioid e 606 instrument microphone has been specially developed for miking guitar cabs face on and extremely close to the signal source.
- Rugged metal body Advanced shock-mount design Super-cardioid pick-up pattern Hum compensating coil Made in Germany Technical Data Pick-up pattern Super-cardioid Frequency response (microphone) 40.....15000 Hz Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz) 1,5 mV/Pa Nominal impedance 350 Ohm Min. terminating impedance 1000 Ohm Dimensions 55 x 34 x 134 mm Weight 140 g Pick-up pattern Also known as polar pattern, directivity. According to their acoustic design, microphones differ in their sensitivity towards sound from different directions. Pressure microphones have a sensitivity that is largely independent of direction (omni-directional pick-up pattern). Pressure gradient microphones have the pick-up patterns wide cardioid, cardioid, super-cardioid or figure-of-eight. Interference microphones can be used to achieve a further concentration of the pick-up pattern (lobar pick-up pattern). As a special case, dummy head microphones achieve the pick-up pattern of the human ear/head (dummy head stereo). Frequency response (microphone) The frequency response of a microphone is given within the limits defined by the manufacturer. In studio condenser microphones it is generally within the range of between 20 Hz and 20 kHz. Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz) Voltage measured at the unloaded output of a microphone which is exposed to a sound pressure of 1 Pa and a frequency of 1 kHz in an anechoic chamber. Min. terminating impedance Impedance at which the connected unit meets the specified technical data. If the unit is connected to a lower impedance, it will usually have a lower output voltage or a greater distortion.