AKG BLUE LINE C391B (SE300/CK91) CONDENSER MICROPHONE SET, CARDIOID CAPSULE

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Excellent condition, with original box, clip and manual

The C 391 B is a complete system that can be adapted in a very practical and low-cost manner to match the ever-changing requirements of the recording, broadcasting, sound reinforcement and film industries. The sound engineer can choose from a range of microphone modules that can be mixed and matched to create customized studio-quality microphones for every conceivable application.
The AKG SE-300B is a power supply and signal output stage for AKG Blue Line series microphone capsules. The power supply is designed as the back-bone of the Blue Line series, allowing a variety of interchangeable capsules to be used as applications change. The SE-300B is a lightweight, rugged unit with an output stage that preserves the integrity of the audio signal while providing a very low noise floor and high output gain. A preattenuation switch provides extra headroom and eliminates distortion caused by overload when reproducing excessively loud signals. A low frequency roll-off switch reduces low frequency noise caused by wind, ambiance, bad grounds etc. The SE-300B is powered with an external 9 to 52 V phantom power source.
The AKG CK91 is a cardioid capsule with signal characteristics that allow the microphone to be used in a variety of applications. The miniature capsule features a flat wide frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz allowing smooth accurate signal reproduction without coloration. The cardioid polar pattern is effective in eliminating noise and ambiance at the off-axis sections of the capsule. The result minimizes feed-back and allows the CK91 to be used to spot capture instruments and vocals for sound reinforcement and crucial recording. The CK91 is powered with the AKG SE-300B power supply.
AKG Acoustics Blue Line Mic Features
    Robust design
    Minimal self noise
    Low power consumption
    Extremely reliable
    Low-impedance capsule connection
    Works without any problems up to 60deg.C and 95% relative humidity
    Integrated, switchable 10 dB attenuation of gain
    Extremely durable
    Transformerless output stage
    Can by powered by any phantom powering device that complies with IEC 61938
    Low distortion, even at high sound pressure levels
    Integrated bass filter with onset at approx. 100 Hz
Electrical working principle
    Condenser microphone, self-polarized
Acoustic working principle
    Pressure gradient receiver
Polar pattern
    Cardioid
Frequency range
    20 to 20,000 Hz ± 2 dB from nominal frequency curve
Field open loop gain (sensitivity)
    10 mV/Pa - 40 dBV in re. to 1V/Pa (at 100 Hz)
Electrical impedance
    = 200 Ohms
Recommended load impedance
    = 1000 Ohms
Equivalent sound pressure level
    17 dB-A (acc. to IEC 60268-4 (A-weighted))
S/N ratio in re. to 1 Pa (A-weighted)
    77 dB
Sound pressure limit
    80 Pa (132 dB) for 1000 Hz
Operating Temperature:
    -20deg.C to +60deg.C
Relative humidity
    99% (+20deg.C), 95% (+60deg.C)
Supply voltage
    9 to 52 V phantom power acc. to IEC 61938
Current consumption
    = 2 mA
Connector
    Type XLR-3 acc. to IEC
Housing material
    Brass
Housing surface
    Matte Gray
External dimensions
    19x147mm (0.75x5.79")
Weight
    Approx. 115g (4.06oz)

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