Sennheiser HMD 410-6 - Headsets for Tower Communications

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The HMD 410-6 is a headset for air traffic control, conference and communications systems, radiotelephone equipment, cabin and crew personnels as well as intercom systems.

SENNHEISER HMD 410-6 FEATURES
Extremely light
Two-piece adjustable headband, superb comfort
Microphone can be worn on either left or right-hand side
single-sided cable

SENNHEISER HMD 410-6 SPECIFATIONS
Transducer principle (Headphones): dynamic
Ear coupling: supra-aural, open
Frequency response (headphones): 20.....18000 Hz
Characteristic SPL (1 kHz, 1 mW): 100 dB
Nominal impedance: 600 Ohm
Load rating: 100 mW
THD, total harmonic distortion: <1 %
Contact pressure: approx. 2,5 N
Weight incl. cable: 130 g
Connection cable: 1,8 m steelcable open
Transducer principle (Microphone): dynamic
Frequency response (microphone): 50....12000 Hz
Pick-up pattern: super-cardioid
Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz): 1mV/Pa +- 3 dB
Impedance: 200 Ohm

SENNHEISER HMD 410-6 PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 HMD 410-6
1 Windshield MZW 414


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Sennheiser HMD 410-6 - Headsets for Tower Communications - Sound and Light

  Monday 17 February 2020       


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