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Audio Technica PRO49Q

Product Code: 447130
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The PRO 49Q quick-mount double-gooseneck cardioid condenser microphone is designed to plug into any standard XLRF-type surface or cable connector...

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The PRO 49Q quick-mount double-gooseneck cardioid condenser microphone is designed to plug into any standard XLRF-type surface or cable connector. With a flat, smooth frequency response and self-contained electronics, this mic features a quiet, fixed-placement, long-life gooseneck and wide-range condenser element with low-mass diaphragm for superior performance. Available in two lengths: 13.07" (PRO 49Q); 16.46” (PRO 49QL).

Features -
* Wide-range condenser element with low-mass diaphragm for superior performance
* Self-contained electronics eliminate need for external power modules
* Flat, smooth frequency response
* Quiet, fixed-placement long-life gooseneck
* Plugs into any standard XLRF-type surface or cable connector
* Overall length of 13.07" (332.0 mm)

Microphone Response: 70Hz - 16kHz
Microphone Impedance: 100 ohms
Microphone Maximum SPL: 134 dB
Microphone Dynamic Range: 106 dB
Microphone Signal-to-Noise: 66 dB
Microphone Sensitivity: -37 dB
Microphone Connector: Integral 3-pin XLRM-type
Microphone Pad Switches: No
Microphone Powering: 9-52V DC, 2 mA typical
Physical Height: 331.97mm x 12mm
Physical Weight: 80 g
Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 07 April 2014
    Works well for lecturn presentations. Solid sound and feels like a quality product.
  • Verified Customer
    on 02 December 2013
    Initial experience is good. Needed a shorter flexible mic for church lectern. The sensitivity is just what we needed.
  • Verified Customer
    on 21 May 2012
    We use the screw mount version of this mic in church rather than the xlr version shown here, but it is otherwise the same mic. It is attached to our lectern and is used for almost every service (and large parts of each service to boot). It has a great sound, is reliable, and is very sensitive. We use with with all kinds of readers, from those with a strong voice to those who barely whisper. We did trial the Beyer hypercardioid, but found this AT to work just as well and a lot cheaper! Happy to use this one anywhere speech is spoken.