$ 399.00 

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perfect working condition, sounds great
good cosmetic condition, dent in top grille

attached cable with standard XLR connector

The SK-46 is a small light weight velocity microphone in which the moving element is a thin, corrugated metallic ribbon supported at the ends and placed between the poles of two powerful magnets in a magnetic circuit. Because of its light weight, the motion of the ribbon corresponds very closely to the velocity of air particles; therefore, the voltage generated by it is a faithful reproduction of the sound waves that traverse it. The ribbon is connected to the primary winding of a small efficient transformer whose secondary winding matches either 150–250 ohms or high impedance, as required. The change in impedance is easily accomplished by changing one soldered connection inside the microphone. A swivel arrangement permits tilting the microphone back approximately 85°. Pleasing functional design incorporating excellent performance and rugged construction, attractively finished in TV gray and satin chrome, makes this microphone a welcome addition to any installation. A two-conductor shielded cable permanently attached to the microphone is connected for low impedance operation as stocked.


    Bi-directional characteristics over wide frequency range

    Light weight, small in size

    Modern styling blends pleasingly with any background

    Adjustable impedance taps

    TV Gray and satin chrome finish

    Swivel mounting

    Extremely rugged construction

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