AKG CK47 Hypercardioid Microphone Head, 80 Degree Pickup Angle
- Hypercardioid polar pattern
- 80° pickup angle
- Screw-on Capsule Module
- Studio quality shotgun capsule
The CK 47 combines an 80° pickup angle, studio quality audio, and clean offaxis response. It is an ideal tool wherever studio-standard sound quality is required, or for inexperienced talkers. The CK 47 comes complete with a W 70 windscreen.
Suitable Discreet Acoustics modules: all GN gooseneck modules, HM 1000 hanging module.
- Polar pattern: hypercardioid
- Frequency range: 20 to 20,000 Hz
- Sensitivity: 16.5 mV/Pa (-36 dBV) re 1 V/Pa
- Max. SPL: 133 dB (for 1 % THD)
- Equivalent noise level (IEC 60268-4, A-weighted): 20 dB-A
- Signal/noise ratio (A-weighted): 74 dB
- Impedance: <=600 ohms
- Recommended load impedance: >=2,000 ohms
- Powering: <3 mA
- Connector: Discreet Acoustics Modular standard
- Finish: matte dark grey
- Net weight: 39 g (1.4 oz.)
- Shipping weight: 248 g (8.7 oz.)
The microphone shall be a screw-on hypercardioid capsule that mates with the AKG Discreet Acoustics Modular Series and shall have an interference tube section for enhanced directivity at high frequencies. The microphone shall accept phantom powering over the universal range from 9 to 52 volts dc. The response of the microphone shall be flat on-axis from 20 Hz to 20 kHz (±3 dB). The microphone shall have a sensitivity no less than 16.5 mV/Pa (-36 dBV), and the total harmonic distortion (THD) at an operating acoustical level of 133 dB shall be no greater than 1 %. The electrical impedance of the microphone shall be no greater than 600 ohms. Electrical mating contacts for mounting the microphone shall be gold plated for positive, trouble free operation over long periods. Net/shipping weight: 39/248 g (1.4/8.7 oz.).
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