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AKG C568 B Shotgun Mic

Product Code: 409941

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AKG C568EB SHOTGUN MICROPHONE HYPERCARDIOID/ SHOTGUN High directivity and wide frequency response in a relatively short integrated unit make this the ideal microphone for theatre, sound reinforcement and film/video recording. Due to its compact and lightweight design the C568EB is ideal for fixed position applications. The C568EB is an electret condenser, which operates on both pressure gradient and interference principles. Below 500Hz it functions as a Hypercardioid microphone; above 500Hz the acoustic interference tube introduces increasing directivity. A switch selectable 12dB/octave 15-Hz roll-off filter effectively suppresses rumble and wind noise. Robust all-metal housing contains the built in pre-amp/impedance converter. Phantom powering 9-52V required, foam windscreen and stand adaptor included.

Microphone Response: 20Hz to 20kHz
Microphone Impedance: 600 ohms
Microphone Maximum SPL: 128dB
Microphone Signal-to-Noise: 76dB
Microphone Sensitivity: 11 mV/Pa (-39 dBV)
Microphone Self Noise: 18 dB-A
Microphone Connector: 3-pin XLR male
Microphone Pad Switches: No
Microphone Powering: 9V to 52V Phantom Power
Physical Height: 253 x 21mm
Physical Weight: 725 g
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