AKG C214 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone
AKG’s Legendary 1” Edge-Terminated Large Diaphragm Sound´ Outstanding Dynamic Range (up to 156 dB SPL, Ultra-Low Noise) Roadworthy Design
AKG C214 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone AKG's industry-leading C 414 microphones are already a permanent fixture in the world's biggest recording studios and a highly respected work horse for independent artists, broadcasting, and on-stage miking as well.
The new C 214 is designed as a cost-effective alternative to the high-end, industry-leading C 414 family. It captures sound combining one side of the legendary C 414 dual-capsule system and AKG’s patented Back-Plate Technology which results in an outstanding performance close to the famous C 414 B-XLS.
|UPC (Universal Product Code)||0 885038021117|
|MPN (manufacturer part number)||3185Z00010|
|Discount||INSTANT SAVINGS: 10% OFF|
AKG’s Legendary 1” Edge-Terminated Large Diaphragm Sound´ Outstanding Dynamic Range (up to 156 dB SPL, Ultra-Low Noise) Roadworthy Design Integrated Suspension to reduce mechanical Noise Switchable 20 dB Attenuation Pad and Low Cut Switch Rugged double mesh Grill for high RF immunity but unaffected Acoustics All-metal Die-cast body with shock- and scratch-resistant Finish Spider-type Shock Mount included Metal Carrying Case included Designed, Engineered and Built in Vienna, Austria
|Specs||Polar pattern Cardioid Frequency range 20 to 20,000 Hz Sensitivity 20 mV/Pa (-34 dBV) Max. SPL 136/156 dB SPL (0/-20 dB) (for 0.5% THD) Equivalent noise level 13 dB-A to IEC 60268-4 (A-weighted) Signal/noise ratio (A-weighted) 81 dB Preattenuation pad 0/-20 dB (switchable) Bass cut filter slope 160 Hz, 6 dB/Octave, switchable Impedance <=200 ohms Recommended load impedance >=1000 ohms Supply voltage 12 to 52 V Phantom power to IEC 61938 Powering < 2 mA Dynamic range 123/143 dB (0/-20 dB) (A-weighted) Connector IEC standard 3-pin XLR Finish matte grayish blue Dimensions 160 x 55 mm (6.3 x 2.2 in.) Net weight 280 g (0.62 lbs.) Shipping weight 1450 g (3.22 lbs.) Patent(s) Electrostatic transducer (Patent no. AT 395.225, DE 4.103.784, JP 2.815.488)|