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Capture Every Note
The C02 Pencil Condenser Microphones are small-diaphragm microphones designed to capture every nuance and characteristic of your productions. Excellent for both live and recording applications, the C02's low-mass diaphragms provide a linear frequency response with optimal transient response, making them perfect for miking acoustic instruments. Capable of handling sound pressure levels up to 134 dB SPL, the C02s are also ideal for drum overheads and cymbal mics.
Two to Tango: C02 Microphones in Perfect Harmony!
Packaged as a pair, the C02s are matched to each other to within ±0.5dB sensitivity. This makes them ideal for stereo miking applications where accuracy is critical. The C02s feature a tight cardioid polar pattern to capture audio in front of the microphone while minimizing pickup from the sides and back of the microphone. This increases isolation and reduces feedback.
The Perfect Duo for Clear Audio!
Packaged in a protective carrying case, each C02 microphone comes with a proprietary shock-mounted microphone clip that provides maximum isolation from vibration while minimizing noise. In addition, the two included foam windscreens can be fitted to significantly reduce wind noise in outdoor applications or to reduce plosive sounds in vocal applications.
Features / Specs
- Small-diaphragm pencil condenser microphones
- Packaged as a stereo pair (matched within ±0.5dB sensitivity of each other)
- Cardioid pickup pattern
- Up to 134dB SPL
- Gold-plated XLR connectors
- Protective carry case, shock-mounted mic clips and windscreens included
|Frequency Response||40~20000 Hz|
|Sensitivity||-40 dBV/pa (10mv/pa)|
|Equivalent Noise level||22 dB (A weighted IEC/DIN 651)|
|Max. SPL||134 dB (THD≤ 0.5% 1000 Hz)|
|Dynamic Range||112 dB|
|Power Supply||48V Phantom Power (IEC 268-15/DIN 45596)|
|Current Consumption||3.5 mA|
|Dimensions||ø 20 x 150 mm|
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