Sennheiser MKH60-1 - MKH Condenser Mics

862.70 

The MKH 60 is a lightweight short gun microphone. It is versatile and easy to handle and its superb lateral sound muting makes it an excellent choice for film and reporting applications. Its high degree of directivity ensures high sound quality for distance applications.

SENNHEISER MKH 60-1 FEATURES
Extremely low inherent self-noise
High sensitivity
High directivity throughout the whole frequency range
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

SENNHEISER MKH 60-1 SPECIFATIONS
Pick-up pattern: super-cardioid/lobar
Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz): 40 (12,5) mV/Pa
Nominal impedance: 150 Ohm
Min. terminating impedance: 1000 Ohm
Equivalent noise level: 6 (14) dB
Equivalent noise level weighted as per CCIR 468-3: 18 (25) dB
Power supply: Phantom 48 +- 4 V
Current consumption: 2 mA
Dimensions: d 25 x 280 mm
Weight: 150 g

SENNHEISER MKH 60-1 PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 MKH 60, 1 MZQ 40 quick release clamp


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