Sennheiser MKE44-P - Special Condenser Mics

351.03 

The MKE 44 P is a permantly polarized condenser microphone with two cardioid microphone capsules set at 90 deg for XY stereo applications.

SENNHEISER MKE 44-P FEATURES
Light, robust and easy to handle
Phantom (12 - 48 V) or battery powered (1 x 1.5 V AA size)
Easy handling even in outdoor applications
Sprung-mounted capsule ensures good suppression of handling noise
2-position low-frequency roll-off filter
Transformerless balanced output on 5-pin XLR connector

SENNHEISER MKE 44-P SPECIFATIONS
Pick-up pattern: 2 x cardioid
Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz): 6,3 mV/Pa +- 2,5 dB
Nominal impedance: 250 Ohm
Min. terminating impedance: 1000 Ohm
Operating time: 1000 h
Dimensions: d 44 x 90, Griff d 24 mm
Weight w/o cable: 125 g
Equivalent noise level: 25 dB
Equivalent noise level weighted as per CCIR 468-3: 35 dB
Power supply: 12-48 V Phantom/1xAA
Current consumption: 2 x 1,5 mA

SENNHEISER MKE 44-P PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 MKE 44 P
1 adaptor cable with 1 x 5-pin XLR-F to 2 x 3-pin XLR-M connectors
1 velour foam windshield
1 foam-lined case


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  Wednesday 21 August 2019       


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