SENNHEISER MKH70 LONG SHOTGUN SUPERCARDIOID CONDENSER MICROPHONE

Sennheiser

$ 999.00 

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very good cosmetic condition
tested thoroughly and working perfectly
great for film/broadcast use!
XLR connector.
No case, manual, cable or clip.
The MKH 70 is a lightweight long gun microphone. Its excellent directivity is particularly suited to applications undertaken in difficult conditions, such as high background noise and distance microphone positioning. Its frequency-independent directivity prevents sound colouration from off-axis sound sources.
Features
* Exceptionally low inherent self-noise    * Transformerless and fully floating balanced output    * Infra-sonic cut-off filter    * Symmetrical transducer technology ensures extremely low distortion    * Switchable pre-attenuation, switchable roll-off filter and switchable treble emphasis    * Rugged and weather-proof    * Black, anodised light metal body
Technical Data
Transducer principle (Microphone) RF condenser microphone

Pick-up pattern super-cardioid/lobar

Frequency response (microphone) 50.....20000 Hz

Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz) 50 (15) mV/Pa

Nominal impedance 150 Ohm

Min. terminating impedance 1000 Ohm

Equivalent noise level 5 (13) dB

Equivalent noise level weighted as per CCIR 468-3 16 (24) dB

Maximum sound pressure level (passiv) 124 (132) dB at 1 kHz

Power Specification 48 +- 4 V Phantom

Current consumption 2 mA

Dimensions d 25 x 410 mm

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