$ 999.00 

includes foam windscreen, no case, cable, clip or manual
very good condition, works perfectly

The satin nickel KMR 82 i Shotgun Microphone from Neumann uses a combination of a pressure gradient transducer and an interference tube. If the wavelength of the frequency is longer than the tube length, the microphone works as a pressure gradient transducer. At higher frequencies, it operates as an interference transducer for lateral sound.

Off axis sound sources are picked up with reduced level, but without coloration. Therefore, the microphone is well suited to record individual instruments of an orchestra. The pickup areas of several shotgun microphones may even overlap as, for example, during recordings on a large stage, without causing any problem.

    Interference tube microphones with shotgun directional characteristic

    Interference/pressure gradient transducer

    High lateral and back attenuation

    90°/45°-recording angle

    Switchable filter or pre-attenuation features

Operating Principle     Pressure Gradient
Transducer     Condenser
Polar Pattern     Supercardioid
Frequency Range     20 Hz to 20 kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio     71 dB CCIR
82 dB A-Weighted
Equivalent Noise Level     23 dB CCIR
12 dB A-Weighted
Maximum SPL     128 dB SPL
THD     0.5%
Impedance     150 Ohms
Load Impedance     1000 Ohms
Sensitivity     21 mV/Pa at 1 kHz into 1 kOhms
Output Connectors     1 x 3-Pin XLR
Operating Current Consumption     0.7 mA
Operating Voltage     48 V ± 4 V
Length     15.55" / 395 mm
Diameter     0.83" / 21 mm
Weight     8.82 oz / 250 g

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