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Identical acoustics to legendary CK 1 Precise, nearly frequency independent cardioid Extremely accurate signal transfer and ruler-flat on-axis frequency response Matched pair of C 451 B
AKG C451B ST Cardioid Studio Instrument Condenser Microphone (Matched Pair) The matched pairs consist of two microphones that are within 1 dB to each other in sensitivity and also within 1 dB to each other in the range of 200 Hz to 15,000 Hz of the individual frequency response when used in cardioid mode and are selected from a large quantity of individual microphones using the described criteria by using a proprietary computer program. Using this matched pair for stereo recordings utilizing various techniques will provide for a good and stable balance without frequency-dependent shifting of the stereo panorama. The kit includes all the standard accessories of the individual package along with a stereo bar and proof of performance charts in an attractive carrying case (Soundtool case, middle size). See C 451 B for technical specifications and more details.
|UPC (Universal Product Code)||0 885038007968|
|MPN (manufacturer part number)||2895Z00210|
|Discount||INSTANT SAVINGS: 10% OFF|
|Features||Identical acoustics to legendary CK 1 Precise, nearly frequency independent cardioid Extremely accurate signal transfer and ruler-flat on-axis frequency response Matched pair of C 451 B|
|Specs||Polar pattern cardioid Frequency range 20 to 20,000 Hz Sensitivity 9 mV/Pa (-41 dBV) Max. SPL 135/145/155 dB (0/-10/-20 dB) (k=0,5%) Equivalent noise level (CCIR 468-3) 29 dB Equivalent noise level 18 dB-A Signal/noise ratio (A-weighted) 76 dB Preattenuation pad 0 dB, 10 dB, 20 dB selectable Bass filter flat, 12 dB/octave at 75 or 150 Hz, selectable Impedance <200 ohms Recommended load impedance >1000 ohms Supply voltage 9 to 52 V phantom power to DIN 45596 Powering <2 mA Connector 3-pin XLR Finish satin nickel plated Net weight 125 g / 4.4 oz. Shipping weight 6 lbs. Patent(s) Electrode support for condenser transducer (Patent no. AT 392.182, DE 4.021.661)|