BEYERDYNAMIC M58 OMNIDIRECTIONAL DYNAMIC REPORTER'S MICROPHONE W/XLR CONNECTOR

Beyerdynamic

$ 149.00 

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good condition, works perfectly! Windscreen and pouch included, no case, cable or manual.
The M 58 has been specifically designed to satisfy the demands of electric news gathering (ENG) and electronic field production (EFP) applications.
Its sophisticated internal shockmount dramatically reduces handling noise, while the microphone's frequency response has been tailored to provide broadcasters with a very accurate and intelligible sound.
The M 58's weight-balanced design provides journalists with a high degree of comfort during lengthy interviews. Its rugged construction enables the microphone to withstand physical and environmental punishment typically encountered during field production operations. The M 58's slim profile and non-reflective Nextel® finish result in a low profile on camera.
    High output moving coil transducer
    Internal shockmount reduces handling noise
    Extended frequency response with rising high-end for maximum intelligibility
    Rugged construction
    Non-reflective Nextel® finish
    Weight-balanced, slim-profile design
    EIA sensitivity rating -149 dBm
Transducer:  Pressure Gradient Dynamic Moving Coil
Polar Pattern:  Omnidirectional
Frequency Response:  40 Hz to 20 kHz
Power Requirements:  None - Dynamic, Requires No Phantom or Battery Power
Output Impedance:  200 Ohms
Output Connectors:  XLR-3M Type
Dimensions:  10.2 x 1.57" (260 x 40mm) LxDiameter
Weight:  9.03 oz. (256 g)

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