$ 699.00 

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good cosmetic condition, works perfectly
legendary rare vintage mic, made by Sennheiser for German PA firm Echolette in the 1960s.
with original case, no clip or manual.
Base of mic is threaded to attach to mic stand.
On-off switch
Tuchel* connector, with Tuchel-XLR cable included.
especially suited for use with percussion, brass instruments and miking amps.
from Sennheiser's description:
 Undistorted transmission of powerful instruments and instrument amplifiers due to large surface membrane
 Extremely good feedback protection due to pronounced directional characteristics
 Good acoustical separation of the individual instruments, e. g. when recording percussion
 Insensitive to handling noise due to shock-mounted system
 Sound inlet basket made from stainless steel, therefore very robust
 Needs only a little space due to flat, rectangular design
 Genuine gold-plated sound inlet
Technical data
 Acoustical mode of operation: pressure gradient
 Frequency response: 50-15,000 Hz
 Directional characteristic: cardioid
 Open circuit output voltage at 1,000 Hz: 1.18 mV/Pa å±2.5 dB
 Electrical impedance at 1,000 Hz: 200ë©
 Minimum load impedance: ‰ä´200ë©
*Tuchel is a brand name, like Neutrik or RCA. Tuchel was the premier supplier of connectors for German mic companies from the '50s to the '80s, until these connectors were phased out as XLR became the worldwide standard.

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