Sennheiser HSP4 - Headmics

£299.39 

High-quality permanently polarized condenser headmic with cardioid pick-up pattern, designed for professional "hands-free" applications. The adjustable neckband is visually unobtrusive and very comfortable to wear. The six available HSP 4 variants differ in colour and connector.

SENNHEISER HSP 4 FEATURES
• Excellent feedback rejection
• Microphone includes a detachable cap as integral wind/popshield
• Individually adjustable to all head sizes
• Neckband design keeps the microphone clear from shirt-collar or clothing
• Twist-proof microphone boom ( diam 2.0 mm), can be attached to the left or right side
• Microphone boom is adjustable in length and angle
• Flexible gooseneck section
• Connection cable can easily be interchanged
• All metal parts coated in a physical vapour deposition process
• Can also be used with the omni-directional HSP 2 boom microphone

SENNHEISER HSP 4 SPECIFATIONS
Pick-up pattern: cardioid
Frequency response: 40...20 000 Hz
Nominal impedance: (@ 1 kHz) 1000 Ohm
Min. terminating impedance: 4700 Ohm
Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz): 4 mV/Pa
Maximum sound pressure level (passiv): 150 dB
Equivalent noise level: 37 dB(A)
Current consumption: ca. 250 uA
Operating voltage (stand alone): 4,5-15 V
Cable length: 1,6 m
Diameter: microphone head 8,4 mm
Diameter: boomarm 2,4 mm
Weight: 9,2 g (without cable)

SENNHEISER HSP 4 PACKAGE INCLUDES
Boom microphone
Neckband
Connection cable
Plastic transport case, foam-lined with cut-outs
Operating instructions


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  Sunday 20 September 2020       


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