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TAKSTAR CM-60 Professional Condenser Microphone XLR Cardioid Mic 48V

TAKSTAR CM-60 Professional Condenser Microphone XLR Cardioid Mic 48V

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Adopt gold-plated diaphragm, cardioid pickup pattern, the professional condenser microphone is featured by high sensitivity, wide frequency response range, less distortion.
Exceptionally low self-noise, transformerless circuitry can effectively reduce ambient noise and optional bass filter can eliminate unwanted frequency noise, perfect for professional studio recording, live stream, TV broadcasting, stage performance, instrument playing recording.
Low output impedance, can keep in connection in a large distance, having high EMI resistance ability; with built-in pre-amplifier circuitry, ensuring stable performance.
XLR plug, powered by phantom 48V, no need of charging, plug and play, quick and convenient.
Comes with a 180° rotatable microphone holder, can be mounted to a microphone stand, more convenient to use. Also comes with a wind muff for reducing wind noise, plosive and breath sound.

Color: Grey
Material: Metal
Polar Pattern: Uni-directional pickup
Frequency Response: 30Hz~18KHz
Equivalent Noise Level: ≤20dB A
Max. Input SPL: 130dB (T.H.D≤1% at 1kHz)
Output Impedance: 100Ω±30% (at 1kHz)
Sensitivity: -38dB±3dB(0dB=1V/Pa,1kHz)
Bass Filter 100Hz 12dB

Power Supply: Phantom 48V  
Plug: XLR plug
Product Size: 13.2 * 2.2 * 2.2cm/ 5.1 * 0.8 * 0.8inch

Product Weight: 104g/ 3.6oz 
Package Size: 22.5 * 14.5 * 6.5cm/ 8.8 * 5.7 * 2.5inch
Package Weight: 260g/ 9.1oz

Package List:
1 * Microphone
1 * Microphone Holder
1 * Wind Muff


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