Neumann Gefell

$ 1,199.00 

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very good condition, works perfectly
with case, no clip, manual or cable included
Microtech Gefell's M294 is a cardioid condenser pencil microphone with an extended bandwidth for superior natural sound reproduction.  Super-quiet symmetrical transformerless output stage for best transient response and clarity. For demanding digital environments. Presence lift at 7kHz for added clarity. Derived from Gefell's test, measurement and instrumentation division, the M294 employs a pure 0.8 micron nickel diaphragm in a ceramic housing for temperature-stable performance. The extremely low membrane distortion of the pure nickel diaphragm even when subjected to extreme sound pressure levels assures a colour-free reproduction of the source.
    Polar pattern: cardioid
    Acoustical operating principle: Pressure gradient transducer
    Frequency range: 40 Hz - 18 kHz
    Sensitivity at 1 kHz: 17 mV / Pa
    Switch position "reduced bass roll-off" at 60 Hz:  -15 dB
    Rated impedance: 150 Ohms
    Equivalent loudness level due to inherent noise:
    - CCIR 468-4: 22 dB
    - DIN EN 60651 :13 dB - A
    Signal-to-noise-ratio (re. 1 Pa at 1 kHz):
    - CCIR-weighted: 72 dB
    - A-weighted: 81 dB
    Max. SPL for THD = 0.5 %: 133 dB
    with 10 dB preattenuation: 143 dB
    Total dynamic range of the microphones amplifier: 120 dB
    Current consumption (P 48, DIN 45596, IEC 268-15): 3 mA
    Output connector: 3-pin XLR-connector, goldplated contacts
    Weight: 160 g
    Dimensions (L x Ø): 166 x 21/25 mm

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