Shure SM93 Mini Lapel, Omni, Condenser
The SM93 is an omnidirectional miniature lavalier condenser microphone providing a full clear sound.
WHAT IS THE SM93 BEST SUITED TO?
The SM93 omnidirectional miniature lavalier condenser microphone is designed for use in speech applications such as broadcast presenting, speeches, lectures and for use in houses of worship.
WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SM93?
Despite its small size, the microphone element provides full, clear sound comparable to that of much larger microphones. Its frequency response is tailored to body-worn applications, with low-end rolloff and presence rise.
WHAT ACCESSORIES DOES IT INCLUDE?
The SM93 is supplied with a sew-on mounting bracket, a mounting block with attached tie bar, and an acoustic windscreen to minimize wind noise in outdoor applications. It is also supplied with a dual mounting block with attached tie bar.
Subminiature lavalier design; ideal size for theater, television broadcasting, video, film, and sound reinforcement
Small, inconspicuous mounting hardware
Full, clear sound comparable to larger microphones
Smooth extended frequency response with presence rise specially tailored for chest-worn microphone operation
Controlled low-frequency rolloff reduces low-frequency clothing and room noise
Low distortion, wide dynamic range
Versatile mounting accessories allow a variety of low-visibility applications
Preamplifier assembly can be pocketed, strapped to the body, or clipped to belt or waistband
Frequency response: 80 to 20,000 Hz
Transducer Type : Condenser
Polar Pattern: Omnidirectional
Frequency Response: 50 Hz - 20 kHz
Sensitivity (1 kHz): -38 dBV/Pa / 13 mV/Pa
Equivalent Selfnoise: 18 dB (A)
Sound Pressure: 120 dB
Weight: 16 g
Frequency Response Curve:
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