AKG C568 HYPERCARDIOID SHOTGUN CONDENSER MICROPHONE, XLR CONNECTOR, BASS ROLLOFF

AKG

$ 399.00 

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good condition, works perfectly.
XLR connector, no cable included.
with case, clip and windscreen
The AKG C568 is a short shotgun microphone designed for camera mounting and handheld operation. The microphone yields a hypercardioid polar pattern below 500Hz. Above 500Hz, the microphone increases directivity, eliminating signal at the off-axis sections of the capsule. The condenser element requires 9V to 52V phantom power and features a wide frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz. A low-cut filter switch eliminates hum and noise at 120Hz. The short design allows the C568 to be mounted on a camera without obstructing the image.
Eliminates Off-Axis Noise
The C568 shotgun microphone eliminates off-axis signal while placing emphasis on the direct incoming signal. The result eliminates ambient noise while providing accurate pick up at greater ranges.
Camera Mountable
The short, compact design allows the C568 to be mounted on a camera without obstructing the camera's view.
Wide Frequency Response
The 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response allows the microphone to be used in a variety of applications.
Low-Cut Filter Switch
The low-cut filter switch eliminates hum, noise and rumble at 120Hz.

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