Sennheiser e 614 Instrument microphone (supercardioid, condenser) for drum overheads with 3-pin XLR-M.

Vendor: sennheiser
Descriptions Sennheiser e 614 Instrument microphone (supercardioid, condenser) for drum overheads with 3-pin XLR-M. Sennheiser e 614 is a kind of microphone that has a supercardioid electret condenser that is best for general...
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Sennheiser e 614 Instrument microphone (supercardioid, condenser) for drum overheads with 3-pin XLR-M.

Sennheiser e 614 is a kind of microphone that has a supercardioid electret condenser that is best for general recording and sound reinforcement applications. The Sennheiser e 614 also has a features of high SPL handling and fast transient response making it ideal for percussion, drums, bass, brass, guitar and other instruments that is rich in transient response. The supercardioid polar pattern of Sennheiser e 614 is very effective in minimizing noise and ambience at the off-axis sections of the microphone capsule. The wide and flat frequency response of Sennheiser e 614 is 40 Hz to 20 kHz lends itself for use on vocals as well as instruments.

Sennheiser e 614 Includes (1) MZQ 100 clip and (1) carrying pouch (6.5 oz)

Sennheiser e 614 Product Highlights

  • 40-20,000 Hz

  • Designed for demanding applications where extended frequency range, high SPL handling, fast transient response and small size are required

  • Captures the shimmer and the contact of sticks, mallets and hands

  • Nearly flat response from 40 Hz to 20 kHz and a supercardioid pattern

  • Dimensions - Ø 20mm, L = 100mm
  • Connector - XLR-3
  • Frequency response - 40 - 20000 Hz
  • Transducer principle - pre-polarised condenser microphone
  • Weight - 93 g
  • Pick-up pattern - super-cardioid
  • Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz) - 3 mV/Pa = - 50dB (0 dB = 1 V/Pa)
  • Nominal impedance - 50 Ω
  • Min. terminating impedance - 1000 Ω
  • Phantom powering - 12 – 52 V / 3 mA
  • Equivalent noise level - 24 dB(A)
  • Equivalent noise level weighted as per CCIR 468-3 - 35 dB
  • Maximum sound pressure level (passive) - 139 dB/SPL