Sennheiser MD431 - Classic Mics

£257.15 

By virtue of its design and features, the MD 431 II ranks amongst Sennheiser's most exceptional microphones and is suitable for vocal, speech and broadcasting applications. Colour: black, sound inlet basket: refined steel.

SENNHEISER MD 431 FEATURES
• Exceptionally good feedback rejection
• Shock mounted capsule provides very good rejection of handling noise
• Hum compensating coil
• Integral pop filter
• On/off switch (reed switch) can be locked in the 'ON' position if required

SENNHEISER MD 431 SPECIFATIONS
Pick-up pattern: super-cardioid
Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz): 2,0 mV/Pa +- 3 dB
Nominal impedance: 250 Ohm
Min. terminating impedance: 1000 Ohm
Dimensions: d 49 x 200 mm, Griff d 31 mm
Weight: ca. 250 g

SENNHEISER MD 431 PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 MD 431 II
1 MZA 4031 quick release clamp


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Sennheiser MD431 - Classic Mics - Sound and Light

  Saturday 19 September 2020       


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