Dynamic Paging Microphone with Base

952.355UK COM40

Paging microphone with gooseneck stem and dynamic capsule supplied fitted to a desktop base with latching on/off switch. Connection to base is via balanced XLR and output from base is also via bala...

  • XLR connection to base
  • Latching on/off switch
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952.355UK
COM40 dynamic paging microphone and base
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Dynamic Paging Microphone with Base

Paging microphone with gooseneck stem and dynamic capsule supplied fitted to a desktop base with latching on/off switch. Connection to base is via balanced XLR and output from base is also via balanced XLR (not supplied) for connection to mixer or mixer-amplifier in a public address system.

  • XLR connection to base
  • Latching on/off switch

Specification

  • Polar pattern Cardioid
  • Elements Dynamic (moving coil)
  • Frequency response 50Hz - 13kHz
  • Sensitivity -54dB ±3dB (0dB=1VPa at 1kHz)
  • Output impedance 500 ohms ±20%
  • Connector XLR (gooseneck and base)
  • Dimensions 109 x 388 x 139mm (inc. base)
  • Weight 1.14kg (inc. base)

Trade information

  952.355UK
Barcode / EAN 5015972175637
Package type Box
Package dimensions 195 x 350 x 70mm
Package weight 1.14kg
Package quantity 1 unit
Carton dimensions 370 x 670 x 230mm
Carton weight 11.40kg
Carton quantity 10 packages

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