$ 199.00 

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electret condenser mic, great for film/video use!

Rare vintage German mic! Some cosmetic wear, see photos. Working perfectly. XLR connector. Battery not included (not too hard to find, not needed if you use phantom power), no case, manual or clip. No cable included.Features Include:

    * Highly directional    * Works with battery or phantom power    * High sensitivity    * Wide frequency response    * Switchable bass roll-off filter protects against rumble, handling, pop and wind noise    * On/off switch with battery test position    * High output low noise

The K3 powering module is the heart of this Sennheiser professional modular microphone system and can be powered either by its internal battery or by phantom power. It can be combined with different condenser microphone modules to provide a wide variety of polar patterns.

The ME 80 mic capsule combines the characteristics of a pressure gradient transducer with those of an interference receiver Its directional pattern for frequencies below 2000 Hz has the shape of a super cardioid pattern and becomes club-shaped for frequencies above 2000 Hz. This directional pattern efficiently eliminates interfering and background noise thus guaranteeing good recordings even at larger distances.

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