Sennheiser Mikrofon MKH 50-P48 General Description The super-cardioid MKH 50 offers a higher attenuation of diffusefield and lateral sound than the cardioid microphone. It is principally designed for use as a soloist's or spot microphone for applications requiring a high degree of side-borne sound muting and feedback rejection. The directional characteristics are frequency-independent. Features * High rejection of lateral sounds * Exceptionally low inherent self-noise * Transformerless and fully floating balanced output * Symmetrical transducer technology ensures extremely low distortion * Switchable roll-off filter to compensate for proximity effects at a distance of approx. 0.5 m * Switchable pre-attenuation * Black, anodised light metal body Delivery Includes * 1 MKH 50, * 1 MZS 40 shock mount, * 1 MZW 41 windshield Technical Data Transducer principle (Microphone) RF condenser microphone Pick-up pattern super-cardioid Frequency response (microphone) 40.....20000 Hz Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz) 25 (8) mV/Pa +- 1 dB Nominal impedance 150 Ohm Min. terminating impedance 1000 Ohm Equivalent noise level 12 (18) dB Equivalent noise level weighted as per CCIR 468-3 21 (27) dB Maximum sound pressure level (passiv) 134 (142) dB / 1 kHz Battery Specification 48 +- 4 V Phantom Current consumption 2 mA Dimensions d 25 x 153 mm Profile Super-cardioid studio directional microphone with switchable pre-attenuation and switchable roll-off filter. Frequency response 40 Hz - 20,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no load) 25 (8) mV/Pa ± 1dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 150 Ohm, min. terminating impedance 1 kOhm, equivalent noise level A-weighted 12 (18) dB, CIR-weighted 21 (27) dB, max. SPL 134 (142) dB at 1 kHz, phantom powering 48 ± 4 V, supply current 2 mA, dimensions Ø 25 x 153 mm, weight approx. 100 g. Values in parentheses with attenuator switched on (-10 dB).