Sennheiser MKH 20 P48 UMod:[SEMKH20] Prod: Sennheiser
Microfono a condensatore Sennheiser MKH20 P48 U, omni.
The MKH 20 is usually used as a main microphone for orchestras and solo instruments, and picks up the natural acoustics of the room, though it does have a much wider range of applications as omni-directional microphones do not suffer from 'proximity effect'.
|Exceptionally flat frequency response, switchable for near and diffuse field applications|
|High-frequency response can be accentuated by means of a pressure build-up ring|
|Slightly increasing directivity at high frequencies to adjust tonal balance|
|Exceptionally low inherent self-noise|
|Transformerless and fully floating balanced output|
|Black, anodised light metal body|
|1 MKH 20, 1 MZS 40 shock mount,|
|1 MZW 41 windshield, 1 pressure build-up ring|
|Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz)||25 mV/Pa +- 1 dB|
|Nominal impedance||150 Ohm|
|Min. terminating impedance||1000 Ohm|
|Equivalent noise level||10 (18) dB|
|Equivalent noise level weighted as per CCIR 468-3||20 (28) dB|
|Power supply||Phantom 48 +- 4 V|
|Current consumption||2 mA|
|Dimensions||d 25 x 153 mm|
|Weight||ca. 100 g|
|Omni-directional studio microphone with switchable diffusefield correction, switchable pre-attenuation and pressure build-up ring, frequency response 12 Hz -20,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no load) 25 (8) mV/Pa ± 1 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 150 Ohm, min.
terminating impedance 1 kOhm, equivalent noise level A-weighted 10 (18) dB, CCIR-weighted 20 (28) dB, max. SPL 134 (142) dB at 1 kHz, phantom powering 48 ± 4 V, supply current 2 mA, dimensions in mm Ø 25 x 153, weight approx. 100 g. Values in parentheses
with attenuator switched on (–10 dB).