The Micronic XLR PTC phantom powered miniature lavaliere microphones offer smooth frequency response with predictable and reliable sound. Housed in a strong metal casing with removable crocodile clip and foam cover. 5-30 metre cable length of professional tour grade low noise flexible microphone cable. Silver metal low profile lockable 3 pin XLR male plug for connection to professional sound equipment, video cameras, studio mixers and digital sound recorders. A premium microphone with exceptional high quality at an affordable price. It looks, feels and sounds fantastic - That's the Micronic promise and guarantee. Each microphone is hand built and tested in the UK. Manufactured with high quality parts and components with professional grade cable.
XLR PTC FEATURES Optional Omni-directional and Uni-directional Optional 3 core professional grade cable length Suitable for vocals, speech, music, instrument Durable, flexible and comfortable to wear on clothing Phantom powered 12v/24v/48v Black metal housing and clip Foam windshield cover
XLR PTC SPECIFICATIONS Microphone sensitivity: -50dB/³bar (Open Circuit) Signal to noise ratio: 50dB (1kHz at 1Pa) Frequency response: 100Hz - 18kHz Dynamic range: 60dB (1kHz @1Pa) Microphone impedance: 2K Ohm Sound pressure level SPL: 120dB Operating voltage: 12v/24v/48v Microphone diameter: 6mm or 10mm Microphone length: 10mm or 15mm Cable length: 5-30 metre Microphone weight 5g-10g Connector: 3 pin Male XLR plug Cable diameter: 3mm Overall weight: 250g-750g Colour: Black
INFORMATION ABOUT THE OMNIDIRECTIONAL MICROPHONE - The omnidirectional microphone picks up sound equally in all directions including from behind. In general they are more sensitive and pick up more sound overall. However in some situations this may be over bearing and background noise can be a problem. For general purpose use where the sound can come from any direction then omnidirectional is a better choice.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE UNIDIRECTIONAL CARDIOID MICROPHONE The Cardioid microphone is so named because of its pattern of sensitivity, which is roughly shaped like a heart when drawn out on an axis. This means most of the sound is from the front of the mic, while minimal noise is picked up from the rear and only marginal noise is picked up from the sides. This type of sensitivity pattern makes the Cardioid microphone useful in a myriad of situations, including but not limited to situations in which several mics are being used at the same time, live performances, interviewing acting e.t.c. The Cardioid microphone is designed to pick up one sound well, with other ambient noises fading into the background. A Cardioid microphone is particularly useful for live sound recording, such as concerts. It can also be used as a vocal mic for presentations, public address, and other situations that require a vocal mic. The Cardioid microphone is also a good choice for recording concentrated sounds such as singing vocals and instruments. Other situations in which a Cardioid microphone may be used include household applications, such as online chat (skype, msn etc). Picks up primarily the speaker's voice while eliminating other ambient noise, such as background conversation & television.