Sennheiser SpeechLine Instruction manual

Sennheiser SpeechLine Instruction manual
SpeechLine
IS microphone series
Microphone solutions for your
conference | meeting room
presentation
Instruction manual
Contents
Contents
Important safety information ...................................................................... 2
Sennheiser SpeechLine – word-perfect ......................................................
Typical applications .......................................................................................
Typical ways of setting up and installing microphones .........................
Pick-up patterns of the microphones ........................................................
Positioning the microphones .......................................................................
Typical acoustic situations ...........................................................................
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Overview of the SpeechLine IS microphone series .................................... 9
Package contents ......................................................................................... 10
Package contents of the microphones | microphone heads ............... 10
Package contents of the tables stands |
floors stands | microphone mounts ......................................................... 11
Package contents of the inline switch box | microphone button ...... 11
Product overview ......................................................................................... 12
Overview of the MEB 114 (-S) boundary layer microphones ............. 12
Overview of the MEB 102 (-L) | MEB 104 (-L)
surface-mounted boundary layer microphones .................................... 13
Overview of the MEG 14-40 (-L) gooseneck microphones .................. 13
Overview of the MZH 30xx (-L) goosenecks .......................................... 14
Overview of the MAT 133 (-S) | MAT 153-S table stands ................... 14
Overview of the MAS 133 inline switch box ........................................... 15
Overview of the MAS 1 microphone button ........................................... 15
Overview of the MZFS 60 | MZFS 80 microphone stands .................... 15
Mounting and installing the products ......................................................
Planning the position of surface-mounted products ...........................
Mounting surface-mounted boundary layer microphones,
microphone buttons, switch boxes: table | lectern ...............................
Mounting the gooseneck microphones: table | lectern | stand ..........
Mounting microphones to the ceiling ......................................................
Positioning mobile microphones ..............................................................
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Connecting the products ............................................................................. 26
Connecting the products to an audio input ............................................ 26
Connecting products via the logic function ............................................ 28
Adjusting and using the products .............................................................
Adjusting the microphone sensitivity .....................................................
Activating/deactivating the low-cut filter on the MEB 114 (-S) .......
Setting the behavior of the microphone button ...................................
Activating/muting microphones ..............................................................
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Cleaning and maintaining the products ................................................... 34
Specifications ............................................................................................... 35
Product specifications ................................................................................. 35
Pin assignment ............................................................................................. 40
Polar diagrams ............................................................................................. 41
Frequency response curves ........................................................................ 43
Manufacturer Declarations ......................................................................... 45
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Important safety information
Important safety information
왘 Please read this instruction manual carefully and completely before
using the products.
왘 Always include this instruction manual when passing the products on
to third parties.
왘 Do not use obviously defective products.
Preventing damage to health and accidents
왘 Position and install the products so that any risk of injury to the user is
eliminated.
왘 Keep the products, accessories and packaging parts out of reach of
children and pets to prevent accidents and choking hazards.
Preventing damage to the product and malfunctions
왘 Always keep the products dry and do not expose it to extreme
temperatures (hairdryer, heater, extended exposure to sunlight, etc.)
to avoid corrosion or deformation.
왘 Only clean the products with a soft, dry cloth. Solvents or cleansing
agents can damage the surfaces of the products.
왘 Only use the products within the specifications indicated (see
page 35).
왘 Only use attachments/accessories supplied or recommended by
Sennheiser.
왘 Before operation, make sure that all connected third party devices are
in a safe operating condition and function properly.
Intended use/Liability
The products of the “IS microphone series” are designed for use in meeting
rooms, conference rooms and auditoriums. Some of these products can be
combined with each other.
The products can be used for commercial purposes.
It is considered improper use when the products are used for any
application not named in the corresponding manuals.
Sennheiser does not accept liability for damage arising from abuse or
misuse of the products and their attachments/accessories.
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Sennheiser SpeechLine – True the word
Sennheiser SpeechLine – True the word
The spoken word remains the most personal and powerful tool in
communication. It enables us to convey and exchange messages, thoughts
and opinions, as well as emotions. Therefore, when using technical devices
like microphones, it is most important that no content is lost or
misunderstood.
The best microphone is one you don‘t have to think about while speaking,
because it fully captures your voice and picks up your words as precisely as
you form them. Easy operation and clear speech intelligibility are perhaps
most popularly embodied in the characteristically shaped Sennheiser ME
36, which can be seen on virtually every TV news program.
The qualities of these iconic microphones can also be found in all other
microphones of the versatile Sennheiser SpeechLine series. These qualities
are also built into any microphone of the versatile Sennheiser SpeechLine
portfolio.
Wired or wireless, digital or analog, this comprehensive range of easy to
integrate and unobtrusively designed microphones offer a solution for just
about any situation, including yours.
In many applications, a speech microphone can help to increase the speech
intelligibility or even make it possible in the first place (as in
teleconferences). The following chapters describe the most common
applications.
Typical applications
A) Conferences (voice lift)
The larger the room, the more helpful is an audio system which enhances
the speech intelligibility. Especially in large conference rooms, a speaker
seated at one end is difficult to understand at the other end. Table or
ceiling microphones can be used to pick up what the speaker says. The
audio signal can then be spread evenly around the room using wall or
ceiling loudspeakers. This application is also known as “voice lift”, i.e. the
speech is amplified in the room.
B) Teleconferences
If the participants of a conference are seated in different rooms, they have
to be connected via telephone or remote conference circuit. As a telephone
alone can only offer inadequate speech transmission for all participants in
the room, table or ceiling microphones should be used in this case too.
These are connected to a telephone conference unit such as the Sennheiser
TeamConnect system. This processes the signals and establishes the
connection to the remote participant.
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C) Presentations
Especially in a presentation, in which the focus is on the transmission of
content, it is important to understand every word. Here, too, the larger the
room, the more necessary it is to amplify the voice. In this case, gooseneck
microphones offer the speaker orientation and enhance his presentation.
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Typical ways of setting up and installing microphones
Mobile microphones:
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Permanently installed microphones:
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A) Table
Especially in conference rooms, an obvious solution is miking up the table.
Here all participants are seated around the table. Sennheiser offers mobile
solutions as well as permanently installed microphones. The mobile
microphones are simply placed on the table.
Mobile installation:
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MEB 114
MEB 114-S
MAT 133
MAT 133-S
Permanent installation:
MAT 153-S
MEB 104
MEB 104-L
MEB 102
MZS 31
MZT 30-L
MEB 102-L
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B) Ceiling
MZS 31
MEB 102
MZH 30xx
MZT 30
MZT 30-L
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ME 34|35|36
MZC 30
MZH 30
Suspending a microphone from the ceiling is another alternative. It has the
advantage that the microphones can be installed virtually invisibly in the
room. Ceiling installation requires precise prior planning, as the
microphones are further away from the speaker and the speech
intelligibility can be impaired by noise coming from the ventilator of a
projector or from an air conditioning unit.
C) Lectern
MEG 14-40
MZH 30xx
MZS 31
MZT 30
MZT 30-L
MAT 133
MAT 133-S
MAT 153-S
A lectern is usually used for presentations. Here, too, the microphones can
be positioned temporarily or installed permanently. A gooseneck
microphone positions the microphone capsule close to the speaker, thus
ensuring maximum speech intelligibility. Flexible gooseneck microphones
prevent conflicts with laptops because they can be oriented flexibly.
D) Floor
MZFS 60|80
MEG 14-40
MZH 30xx
For spontaneous presentations or panel discussions, floor stands provide a
solid base for a gooseneck microphone.
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Pick-up patterns of the microphones
Omni-directional pick-up pattern
MEB 102
MEB 102-L
An omni-directional pattern picks up the sound uniformly from all
directions.
Cardioid pick-up pattern
ME 34
MEB 104
MEB 104-L
MEG 14-40
MEG 14-40L
A cardioid pattern has a wide directional characteristic, i.e. a wide
opening angle. Sound hitting the rear of the microphone is
filtered out completely.
Super-cardioid pick-up pattern
ME 35
A super-cardioid pattern has a slightly stronger directional
characteristic than the cardioid pattern, so it suppresses noise
coming from the side even more strongly but also picks up some
of the sound coming from the rear.
Hyper-cardioid | lobar pick-up pattern
ME 36
A hyper-cardioid or lobar pattern has the strongest directional
characteristic, i.e. it provides the maximum suppression of sound
coming from the side, but it also picks up sound coming from the
rear. However, the ratio is lower than it is with the super-cardioid
pattern.
Positioning the microphones
A) Distance from the speaker
Basically, the nearer a speaker is to the microphone, the higher the speech
intelligibility. For this reason, gooseneck microphones are optimal from an
acoustic point of view. They position the microphone capsule close to the
speaker while offering excellent orientation.
Boundary layer microphones do not achieve the excellent acoustic
characteristics of gooseneck microphones, but they can be positioned
especially unobtrusively. These microphones can be integrated into any
room due to their small size and the colors they are available in. As a result
of the so-called boundary layer effect, the signal picked up by the
microphone capsule is amplified on a surface (for example a table or a
ceiling panel). In this way, part of the distance to the speaker can be
compensated for again.
B) One microphone for each speaker
In the ideal case, a dedicated microphone is used for each speaker. This
allows the best possible orientation and distance to the speaker to be
ensured at all times. It is also possible to choose a narrower directional
characteristic. This allows noise coming from the side as well as acoustic
reflections to be minimized, resulting in the highest speech intelligibility.
C) “Shared microphones” - several speakers share one microphone
One microphone per speaker is ideal, but one microphone shared by two
speakers is often adequate for many applications. A microphone with a
sufficiently wide opening angle should be selected here. The microphone
can thus pick up both speakers if installed centrally before them.
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D) Typical table shapes - U-shaped, round, long, rows
Depending on the configuration of the tables in a room, different
microphones can be selected. In the case of a small round table, for
example, a microphone with an omni-directional pick-up pattern (shown
as a blue circle) is adequate to pick up all participants uniformly.
Directional microphones (shown as a semicircle) are suitable for rows of
tables. These microphones minimize the sound coming from the rear and
the sides. In oblong conference rooms with long tables, a combination of
directional and omni-directional microphones can be a good solution.
E) Speaker is seated
For conferences in which the speakers are seated, planning is easy as the
distance between the speaker and the microphone is easy to estimate or
measure. Here, the microphone is simply placed on the table and oriented
towards the speaker.
F) Speaker is standing
In the case of presentations held at a lectern, the speaker is usually in a
standing position. Here, the distance between lectern and mouth is
virtually as large as it is with a seated speaker. In courtrooms, the speakers
frequently stand up although the table in front of them is often of
“normal” height. In this case, long gooseneck microphones should be used
ideally in order to reduce the distance between the microphone capsule
and the speaker.
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Typical acoustic situations
A) Normally attenuated room
A normally attenuated room provides an average attenuation of
reflections. This is contributed to by carpets, curtains or special acoustic
ceilings. In the case of reduced reflections in the room, microphones pick
up less noise, which results in the highest speech intelligibility.
B) Room with amplified sound
If the speech in the room is amplified by loudspeakers, this signal can enter
the microphone again. This can cause echo, but in the worst case acoustic
feedback can be the result. The effect can be reduced by using
microphones with stronger directional characteristics.
C) Large rooms with echo – acoustically challenging rooms
The larger the room, the more probable is acoustic disturbance due to
reflections or sound coming from loudspeakers. If the room also has many
smooth surfaces such as glass fronts or smooth floors, the result is a
scenario which is extremely unfavorable acoustically. In this case, only
microphones with strong directional characteristics like the ME 36 can
ensure speech intelligibility.
For assistance in selecting suitable microphones, please visit our website
at www.sennheiser.com > “IS Microphone Finder” or contact your local
Sennheiser partner.
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Overview of the SpeechLine IS microphone series
Overview of the SpeechLine IS microphone series
The SpeechLine IS microphone series offers microphones for different room and speech situations (with
speakers in a standing or sitting position). Depending on the application, the microphones can be permanently
mounted into tables or lecterns, mounted to the ceiling or simply set up somewhere.
ME 34
ME 36
ME 35
MEB 114
XLR-5
XLR-3
MEB 114-S
TINY XLR-3
XLR-5
MEG
14-40-L
XLR-3
MEG
14-40
XLR-5
MZH
30xx-L
XLR-3
MZH
30xx
MEB 102
MEB 104
MEB 102-L
MEB 104-L
MAS 1
MAS 133
XLR-5
XLR-3
MAT 153-S
XLR-3
MAT 133-S
XLR-3
XLR-5
MZS 31
XLR-3
MAT 133
MZFS 60
MZT 30
MZT 30-L
The series comprise the following products:
Microphone with XLR-5 connection
Microphone with XLR-3 connection
Boundary layer microphones signal light ring:
• MEB 102-L
• MEB 104-L
Boundary layer microphones:
Gooseneck microphones with signal light ring:
Gooseneck microphones:
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•
•
MZH 30xx-L goosenecks:
MZH 3015-L, MZH 3040-L, MZH 3042-L,
MZH 3062-L, MZH 3072-L with ME 34, ME 35 or
ME 36 microphone head
MEG 14-40-L gooseneck microphone
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MEB 114 | with microphone button: MEB 114-S
MEB 102 | MEB 104
MZH 30xx goosenecks:
MZH 3015, MZH 3040, MZH 3042, MZH 3062,
MZH 3072 with ME 34, ME 35 or ME 36
microphone head
MEG 14-40 gooseneck microphone
MAS 133 inline switch box and MAS 1 microphone
button for controlling a microphone
Table stands for gooseneck microphones:
Table stands for gooseneck microphones:
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with microphone button: MAT 153-S
MAT 133 | with microphone button: MAT 133-S
Table mounts for gooseneck microphones:
Table mounts for gooseneck microphones:
•
•
•
•
MZS 31
MZT 30-L
MZS 31
MZT 30
Floor stands for gooseneck microphones:
•
MZFS 60 or MZFS 80
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Package contents
Package contents
Depending on the product purchased, the package contents includes different components.
The letters A), B) etc. stand for alternative package components.
Package contents of the microphones | microphone heads
MEB 114 | MEB 114-S
MZH 30xx(-L)
A) MEB 114-S
Quick Guide
Quick Guide
Safety Guide
OR
B) MEB 114
B) MZH 30xx (-L)
OR
Safety Guide
A) MZH 30xx
MEG 14-40(-L)
ME 34| ME 35 | ME 36
A) ME 34
A) MEG 14-40
OR
B) MEG 14-40-L
A) + B)
MZW 34
Instruction
manual
Quick Guide
Safety Guide
OR
OR
C) ME 36
MEB 102 | MEB 102-L | MEB 104 | MEB 104-L
A) MEB 102
B) MEB 102-L
Quick Guide
OR
C) MEB 104
D) MEB 104-L
Safety Guide
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B) ME 35
C) MZW 36
Package contents
Package contents of the tables stands | floors stands | microphone mounts
MAT 153-S | MAT 133-S | MAT 133 | MZTX 31
MZS 31 | MZT 30-L | MZT 30
A) MAT 153-S
Quick Guide
B) MAT 133-S
Quick Guide
Safety Guide
B) MZT 30-L
OR
OR
C) MAT 133
A) MZS 31
Safety Guide
C) MZT 30
MZFS 60 | MZFS 80
MZC 30 | MZH 30
A) MZC 30
A) MZFS 60
Leaflet
OR
B) MZFS 80
OR
B) MZH 30
Package contents of the inline switch box | microphone button
MAS 133
MAS 1
Quick Guide
Quick Guide
132,6 mm
5.22“
26 mm
1.02“
4,4 mm
0.17“
Safety Guide
Safety Guide
5,6 mm
0.22“
For more information on the complete SpeechLine IS microphone series and for the data sheets of the
individual components, please visit our website at www.sennheiser.com.
For information on suppliers, contact your local Sennheiser partner:
www.sennheiser.com > “Service & Support”
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Product overview
Product overview
The pin assignment of the products can be found on page 40.
Overview of the MEB 114 (-S) boundary layer
microphones
A MEB 114 1
2
B MEB 114-S
1
2
6
5
4
3
3
1 Microphone
4 Logic port
2 TINY-XLR-3 socket
5 Slide switch for setting the
behavior of the microphone
button
3 Low cut filter
6 Microphone button with
signal light ring (red/green)
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Product overview
Overview of the MEB 102 (-L) | MEB 104 (-L)
surface-mounted boundary layer microphones
A MEB 102
B MEB 102-L
1
1
4
2
2
3
3
C MEB 104
XLR-3
1
D MEB 104-L
1
XLR-5
4
2
2
3
3
1 Microphone head
3 Connection socket, XLR
2 Threaded bolt
4 Signal light ring (red/green)
Variants
A MEB 102
B MEB 102-L
Features
omni-directional
omni-directional, with signal light ring
C MEB 104
D MEB 104-L
cardioid, acoustically directional
cardioid, acoustically directional,
with signal light ring
Overview of the MEG 14-40 (-L) gooseneck microphones
A MEG 114
B MEG 114-L
1
1
2
2
XLR-3
1 Microphone head
3
XLR-5
3 Signal light ring (red/green)
2 Connection socket, XLR
Variant
A MEG 114
B MEG 114-L
Features
cardioid, acoustically directional
cardioid, acoustically directional,
with signal light ring
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Product overview
Overview of the MZH 30xx (-L) goosenecks
A MZH 30xx
B MZH 30xx-L
XLR-3
1
1
1
2
2
XLR-5
1
3
3
2
1 Thread for ME 34/35/36
microphone heads
2
2 Connection socket, XLR
3 Signal light ring (red/green)
Microphone head Features
ME 34
cardioid, acoustically directional
ME 35
super-cardioid, acoustically directional
ME 36
super-cardioid/lobar, acoustically directional
Overview of the MAT 133 (-S) | MAT 153-S table stands
A MAT 133
1
3
B MAT 153-S
2
3
4
C MAT 133-S
1
3
MAT 133-S
MAT 153-S
5
6
4
1 Socket for gooseneck
microphone, XLR-3
4 Microphone button with
signal light ring (red/green)
2 Socket for gooseneck
microphone, XLR-5
5 Logic port
3 Connection socket, XLR-3
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6 Slide switch for setting the
behavior of the microphone
button
Product overview
Overview of the MAS 133 inline switch box
1
1
2
6
3
1 Mounting brackets
2 mic in microphone input,
XLR-3F
3 mic out microphone output,
XLR-3M
4
5
4 switch socket for MAS 1
microphone button, XLR-5F
5 Slide switch for setting the
behavior of the microphone
button
6 Logic Out output
Overview of the MAS 1 microphone button
1
2
3
1 Microphone button
2 Signal light ring (red/green)
3 Socket for inline switch box,
XLR-5M
Overview of the MZFS 60 | MZFS 80 microphone stands
1
2
1 Microphone connection, XLR-3F 2 Connection socket, XLR-3M
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Mounting and installing the products
Mounting and installing the products
Planning the position of surface-mounted products
Planning the position of surface-mounted microphones| microphone
buttons | inline switch boxes on tables and lecterns
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왘 Choose the positions of surface-mounted microphones, microphone
buttons, table mounts, shock mounts and inline switch boxes on e.g.
lecterns or conference tables so that
MAS 1
MAS 133
MZS 31
– the speakers don‘t hit their knees when sitting down,
– the distance between speaker and microphone is between 30 cm to
80 cm (best possible speech quality),
MZT 30
MZT 30-L
MEB 102
– the microphone buttons are easy to reach for the speakers and
– no disruptive objects, sources of disturbance (e.g. telephones or PC
fans) or movable parts are in close proximity to the microphones.
MEB 104
MEB 104-L
MEB 102-L
min. 30 cm
max. 80 cm
micropho
ne (XL
e.g. MEB 1 R-3)
xx
MAS 133
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MAS 1
Mounting and installing the products
Planning the position of microphones | microphones accessories on a
ceiling
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To mount the product to a ceiling panel or wooden board:
MEB 102
MZH 30xx
왘 Choose the positions of the microphones or flush mounts on the ceiling
so that
– they are located directly above or in close proximity to the speaker,
– neither the speaker nor other persons can hit their heads on the
microphones or can get caught in hanging cables.
MZS 31
MZT 30
MZT 30-L
ME 34|35|36
MZC 30
MZH 30
왘 When ceiling mounting, observe the applicable fire protection
requirements for the building.
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Mounting and installing the products
Mounting surface-mounted boundary layer
microphones, microphone buttons, switch boxes:
table | lectern
Drilling a hole through the surface of the table or lectern
Once you have chosen a position for the product (see page 16):
MAS 1
MEB 102
MEB 102-L
MEB 104
MEB 104-L
왘 Drill a hole with a diameter of 25 mm through the mounting surface
(plate thickness: 10 mm - 65 mm).
25 mm
10 mm –
65 mm
Mounting the MEB 102 (-L) | MEB 104 (-L) boundary layer microphones
1 Slide the first rubber ring over the threaded bolt of the microphone and
then insert the microphone into the drilled hole.
MEB 102
MEB 102-L
MEB 104
MEB 104-L
2 Orient the MEB 104 and MEB 104-L microphones towards the speaker.
Slide the second rubber ring over the threaded bolt and tighten the hex
nut.
1
2
MEB 104 | MEB 104-L
Mounting the MAS 1 microphone button
1 Slide the first rubber ring over the threaded bolt of the microphone
button and then insert the microphone into the drilled hole.
MAS 1
2 Slide the second rubber ring over the threaded bolt and tighten the hex
nut.
1
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Mounting and installing the products
Mounting the MAS 133 inline switch box
MAS 133
왘 If necessary, change the position of the mounting brackets by
loosening the screws and removing the covers from the drilled holes.
Attach the mounting brackets to the desired position and replace the
covers.
왘 Use the drilling template (see supplement) to mark the position of the
screws.
왘 Attach the inline switch box using the supplied recessed head screws.
10 mm –
65 mm
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Mounting and installing the products
Mounting the gooseneck microphones:
table | lectern | stand
You can mount the gooseneck microphones:
A) to mobile table stands,
B) to floor stands and
C) to surface-mounted table mounts or shock mounts.
XLR-3
XLR-5
MEG
14-40
MAT 133-S
MZH
MEG
14-40-L 30xx-L
MZH
30xx
MZT 30-L
MZT 30
MZS 31
MZFS 60
MAT 153-S
MAT 133
Mounting the ME 3x microphone head onto the MZH gooseneck
왘 Tightly screw one of the microphone heads onto the gooseneck in order
to ensure a reliable ground connection.
ME 34|35|36
MZH 30xx
MZH 30xx-L
ME 34
ME 36
MZH
30xx (-L)
MZH 30xx
ME 35
A) Mounting the MEG/MZH gooseneck microphone onto the
MAT table stand
왘 Connect the XLR connector of the gooseneck microphone to the
corresponding socket of the table stand.
MAT 133
MZH 30xx-L
MEG 14-40L
MAT 133-S
MAT 153-S
왘 Orient the microphone towards the speaker.
XLR-3
XLR-5
MZH
30xx
MEG
14-40
MZH
30xx-L
MAT 133-S
MAT 153-S
MAT 133
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MEG
14-40-L
Mounting and installing the products
B) Mounting the MEG/MZH gooseneck microphone to the MZFS floor
stand
왘 Connect the XLR connector of the gooseneck microphone to the
corresponding socket of the floor stand.
MZH 30xx
MEG 14-40
MEG 14-40
MZH 30xx
XLR-3
MZFS 60|80
MZFS 60
MZFS 80
C) Mounting the MEG/MZH gooseneck microphone to the MZT table
mount/MZS shock mount
Once you have chosen a position for the product (see page 16):
MZH 30xx-L
MEG 14-40L
1 Drill a hole with the following diameter through the mounting surface
(plate thickness 10 mm - 65 mm):
– 24 mm for the MZT 30 (-L) table mount
– 51 mm for the MZS 31 shock mount
MZS 31
MZT 30
MZT 30-L
1
MZT 30 MZT 30-L
MZS 31
24 mm
51 mm
10 mm –
65 mm
2 Insert the table mount or the shock mount into the drilled hole.
3 Connect the XLR connector of the gooseneck microphone to the
corresponding socket of the MZT 30 (-L) table mount/MZS 31 shock
mount.
3
2
MZT 30
MZS 31
MZT 30-L
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Mounting and installing the products
Mounting microphones to the ceiling
Some microphones of the IS series can also be mounted to a ceiling panel
or wooden board of a suspended ceiling.
MZH 30xx-L
MEG 14-40L
MZS 31
MZT 30
A
B
MZH
3015w
MEB 102
ME 34|35|36
MZH 30
MZC 30
+
XLR-3
MZT 30
C
MZC 30
+
MZT 30
ME 34
+
+
ME 36
MZH 30
ME 35
A) Mounting the MEB 102boundary layer to the ceiling
Once you have chosen a position for the product (see page 16):
왘 Remove the ceiling panel or the wooden board and place it on a surface
that is suitable for drilling.
왘 Drill a hole with a diameter of 25 mm through the ceiling panel or
wooden board (plate thickness 10 mm - 65 mm).
25 mm
10 mm –
65 mm
왘 Slide the first rubber ring over the threaded bolt of the microphone
button and then insert the microphone into the drilled hole.
왘 Slide the second rubber ring over the threaded bolt and tighten the hex
nut.
왘 Connect a suitable cable (see page 26), lay the cable and remount the
ceiling panel or wooden board.
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Mounting and installing the products
B) Mounting the MZH 3015 w gooseneck microphone to the ceiling
왘 Tightly screw one of the microphone heads onto the gooseneck in order
to ensure a reliable ground connection.
ME 34|35|36
MZH 30xx
ME 34
MZS 31
MZT 30
ME 36
MZH
30xx (-L)
MZH 30xx
ME 35
Once you have chosen a position for the product (see page 16):
왘 Remove the ceiling panel or the wooden board and place it on a surface
that is suitable for drilling.
왘 Drill a hole with the following diameter through the mounting surface
(plate thickness 10 mm - 65 mm):
– 24 mm for the MZT 30 table mount
– 51 mm for the MZS 31 shock mount
MZT 30
MZS 31
24 mm
51 mm
10 mm –
65 mm
왘 Insert the table mount or the shock mount into the drilled hole.
왘 Connect the XLR connector of the gooseneck microphone to the
corresponding socket of the MZT 30 table mount/MZS 31 shock mount.
MZS 31
MZT 30
왘 Connect a suitable cable (see page 26), lay the cable and remount the
ceiling panel or wooden board.
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Mounting and installing the products
C) Ceiling-mounting a ME 3x microphone
Once you have chosen a position for the product (see page 16):
ME 34|35|36
MZH 30
MZC 30
왘 Remove the ceiling panel or the wooden board and place it on a surface
that is suitable for drilling.
왘 Drill a hole with a diameter of 24 mm through the mounting surface
(plate thickness 10 mm - 65 mm).
MZT 30
MZT 30
24 mm
10 mm –
65 mm
왘 Insert the table mount into the drilled hole.
왘 Connect the XLR connector of the MZC 30 cable to the corresponding
socket of the MZT 30 table mount.
MZT 30
MZC 30
왘 Guide the cable through the MZH 30 metal ceiling hanger.
왘 Tightly screw one of the microphone heads onto the special coax socket
of the cable in order to ensure a reliable ground connection.
ME 34
MZC 30
ME 36
MZC 30
MZH 30
ME 35
왘 Connect a suitable cable (see page 26), lay the cable and remount the
ceiling panel or wooden board.
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Mounting and installing the products
Positioning mobile microphones
%
%
Positioning tabletop boundary layer microphones/gooseneck
microphones attached to a table stand
왘 Choose the positions of the microphone so that
MEB 114
MEB 114-S
– the distance between speaker and microphone is between 30 cm to
80 cm (best possible speech quality) and
– no disruptive objects, sources of disturbance (e.g. PC fans) or
movable parts are in close proximity to the microphones.
왘 Orient the gooseneck microphones towards the speaker.
MAT 133
MAT 133-S
MAT 153-S
MEG 14-40 (-L)
MZH 30xx (-L)
MEB 114-S
MEB 114
min. 30 cm
max. 80 cm
Positioning gooseneck microphones attached to a stand
왘 Position the stand with the microphone so that the distance between
speaker and microphone is between 30 cm to 80 cm (best possible
speech quality).
MZFS 60|80
왘 Orient the gooseneck microphones towards the speaker.
min. 30 cm
MZH 30xx
max. 80 cm
MEG 14-40
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Connecting the products
Connecting the products
Connecting the products to an audio input
There are two ways to connect the products of the SpeechLine IS
microphone series to a suitable audio input:
MEB 114
MEB 114-S
MZS 31
A) Connection to a mixing console, an auto mixer or a digital signal
processor (DSP) using shielded cables
B) Connection to a mixing console via the MAS 133 inline switch box and
the MAS 1 microphone button using shielded XLR cables
MZT 30
MZT 30-L
MEB 102
MEB 104
MEB 104-L
MEB 102-L
왘 Use a suitable shielded cable (e.g. XLR-XLR, XLR-terminal) to connect
the microphone to the mixing console, the auto mixer or the DSP. For
more information on the connections, refer to the instruction manual
of your DSP.
MAT 133
MAT 133-S
MAT 153-S
왘 Lay all cables so that other persons cannot trip over them and injure
themselves.
A) Connecting a microphone to a mixing console | an auto mixer | a digital
signal processor (DSP)
MEB 114
MEB 114-S
TINY
XLR-3
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MAT 133
MAT 133-S
XLR-3
MAT 153-S
XLR-3 cable
not included
MEB 102
MEB 104
MZH 30xx
MEG 14-40
MEB 102-L
MEB 104-L
MZH 30xx-L
MEG 14-40L
Connecting the products
B) Connecting a microphone | the MAS 133 inline switch box | the MAS 1
microphone button to a mixing console
왘 Use a shielded XLR-3 cable to connect the MAS 1 microphone button to
the MAS 133 inline switch box (switch socket).
MAS 1
MEB 102
MEB 102-L
왘 Use a shielded XLR-3 cable each to connect the MAS 133 inline switch
box to:
– the microphone (MAS 133: mic in socket) and
– the mixing console (MAS 133: mic out socket).
MAS 133
MEB 104
MEB 104-L
micropho
ne (XLR
e.g. MEB 1 -3)
xx
MAS 1
MZH 30xx
MEG 14-40
MAS 133
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Connecting the products
Connecting products via the logic function
Once you have established the audio connection (see previous chapter),
you can connect the products of the IS microphone series featuring a logic
port (shown on the left) to the DSP.
MEB 114-S
MAT 133-S
MAS 133
MAT 153-S
The logic port passes on status information on the microphone button
(microphone button pressed/not pressed) to the DSP. Via the logic output
of the DSP, you can additionally control the status of the signal light ring
of the microphone button.
The logic output also allows you to integrate and control several MAS 133
inline switch boxes in a system.
The following chapters provide
A) information on how to connect the MAS 133 inline switch box to a DSP
B) information on how to connect microphones
C) an example installation for the Sennheiser TeamConnect system
A) Connecting the MAS 133 inline switch box to the DSP via the logic
function
The way you connect the MAS 133 inline switch box determines which
information is passed on to the DSP.
MAS 133
Logic port
Function
Passes on status information on the microphone button –
button pressed/not pressed– to the DSP.
Passes on microphone status information – microphone
activated/muted – to the DSP.
왘 Use a 2-wire cable (Ø 0.14–0.5 mm2) to connect the inline switch box
to a GPIO port or logic port of the DSP.
왘 Lay all cables so that other persons cannot trip over them and injure
themselves.
왘 Observe the connection instructions in the instruction manual of your
DSP.
DSP
logic
MAS 133
Switch
signal
out
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DSP
control
Connecting the products
B) Connecting microphones to a DSP with logic function
To establish a logic connection in addition to the audio connection:
왘 Use a 3-wire cable (Ø 0.14–0.5 mm2) to connect the microphone or the
table stand to a GPIO port or logic port of the DSP.
왘 Lay all cables so that other persons cannot trip over them and injure
themselves.
왘 Observe the connection instructions in the instruction manual of your
DSP.
DSP
logic
MEB 114-S
MAT 133-S
MAT 153-S
Logic in
Ground
Logic out
왘 Set the slide switch for setting the behavior of the microphone button
to ON in order to activate the “DSP remote mode”.
In “DSP remote mode”, the microphone is permanently on and is muted
or activated via the DSP. The microphone thus permanently provides a
reference signal for AEC algorithms in the DSP.
ON PTM PTT ON
OFF
MAT 133-S
MAT 153-S
MEB 114-S
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Connecting the products
C) Example installation for the Sennheiser TeamConnect system
Example installation with an XLR-3 microphone
MEB 114-S
Audio
Logic
Audio
Logic
Sennheiser SL
TeamConnect CB1
Sennheiser SL TeamConnect CU1
CB1
CU1
Example installation with an XLR-5 microphone and signal light rings
CU1
CB1
external
power supply*
5
1
2
2
3
MEB 102-L
MEB 104-L
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5
1
4
MAS 1
3
4
+12 V DC
* not included
Adjusting and using the products
Adjusting and using the products
Adjusting the microphone sensitivity
왘 Use the mixing console, the auto mixer or the DSP to adjust the
microphone sensitivity so that over- or under-modulation is avoided.
For more information on the audio settings, refer to the instruction
manual of the corresponding device.
If interference occurs at high field strengths, remove the source of
interference from the microphone.
Activating/deactivating the low-cut filter on the
MEB 114 (-S)
A table or lectern transfers the sound produced when a speaker
accidentally stumbles against it. The low-cut filter reduces low-frequency
noise by filtering out frequencies below 120 Hz.
MEB 114
MEB 114-S
왘 Set the slide switch to the desired position:
Low-cut filter is deactivated
Low-cut filter is activated
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Adjusting and using the products
Setting the behavior of the microphone button
The products shown on the left feature a slide switch that allows you to
directly set the behavior of the microphone button.
MEB 114-S
MAT 133-S
MAS 133
MAT 153-S
왘 Set the slide switch to the desired position.
ON PTM PTT ON
OFF
MAT 133-S
MAT 153-S
MEB 114-S
MAS 133
Position
Function
ON/OFF:
When you press the microphone button, the microphone is:
– activated (lights up green) or
– muted (lights up red).
PTM – Push To Mute:
The microphone is activated, the microphone button lights up
green. The microphone button will light up red and the
microphone will be muted for as long as you keep the
microphone button pressed.
PTT – Push To Talk:
The microphone is muted, the microphone button lights up
red. The microphone button will light up green and the
microphone will be activated for as long as you keep the
microphone button pressed.
ON:
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•
Protection against accidental operation: The microphone
is permanently activated. This setting prevents
interruptions due to accidental operation of the
microphone button.
•
DSP remote mode: The microphone is connected to a DSP
via a logic port. In this case, the functions ON, OFF, PTT and
PTM can be performed by the DSP.
Adjusting and using the products
Activating/muting microphones
The products shown on the left have LEDs that indicate whether the
microphone is muted or activated. The LEDs light up as soon as the
products are powered via the mixing console, the auto mixer or the DSP.
MEG 14-40L
MEB 114-S
MZH 30xx-L
MAS 1
Whether a microphone is permanently activated or muted or whether it
can be activated or muted by pressing the microphone button depends on
the setting of the slide switch that sets the behavior of the microphone
button (see page 32). When the slide switch is set to ON, the microphone
is permanently activated and the microphone button is deactivated.
왘 Press the microphone button, the LED lights up:
... green
Microphone is active
... red*
Microphone is muted
MEB 114-S
MAT 133-S + MZH 30xx/
MAT 153-S + MEG 14-40
MAS 1
* This function is not supported by all mixing consoles, auto mixers and
DSPs.
The signal light rings of the microphones light up synchronously
with the signal light rings of the microphone buttons.
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Cleaning and maintaining the products
Cleaning and maintaining the products
CAUTION
Liquids can damage the electronics of the products!
Liquids entering the housing of the product can short-circuit the
electronics.
왘 Keep all liquids far away from the product.
왘 Do not use any solvents or cleansing agents.
왘 Clean the products with a soft, dry cloth.
34 | SpeechLine IS microphone series
Specifications
Specifications
Product specifications
Boundary layer microphones
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Acoustic principle
Switch for behavior of the
microphone button
Cut-off frequency
Output impedance at 1kHz
Sensitivity
Max. sound pressure level
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted as per DIN IEC 61672
Power supply
Current consumption
Logic input
Logic output
Connector
Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Temperature
MEB 114
MEB 114-S
MEB 114
MEB 114-S
–
cardioid
40 – 20,000 Hz
boundary layer microphone
ON | PTM | PTT | ON/OFF
120 Hz
200 Ω
10 mV/Pa
140 dB at 1 kHz
29 dB(A)
24 – 48 V phantom power (P 24 – P 48)
1,5 mA
5.3 mA
(microphone/signal light ring:
2.65 mA each)
–
high level input voltage > 2.0 V
low level input voltage < 0.8 V
–
high level output voltage > 2.4 V
low level output voltage < 0.4 V
tiny XLR-3M
tiny XLR-3M | 3 x terminal
approx. 286 g
85 mm x 25 mm x 100 mm
operation: –10 °C to +50 °C | storage: –25 °C to +70 °C
SpeechLine IS microphone series | 35
Specifications
Surface-mounted
boundary layer microphones
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Acoustic principle
Output impedance at 1kHz
Sensitivity
Max. sound pressure level
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted as per DIN IEC 61672
Power supply
Current consumption
Connector
Weight
Dimensions
Temperature
MEB 102
MEB 102-L
MEB 104
MEB 104-L
MEB 102
MEB 102-L
MEB 104
MEB 104-L
omni-directional
40 – 20,000 Hz
boundary layer microphone
200 Ω
16 mV/Pa
14 mV/Pa
125 dB at 1 kHz < 3%
21 dB (A)
28 dB (A)
24 – 48 V phantom power (P 24 – P 48)
3 mA
6 mA
3 mA
6 mA
(microphone/
(microphone/
signal light ring:
signal light ring:
3 mA each)
3 mA each)
XLR-3M
XLR-5M
XLR-3M
XLR-5M
approx. 59 g
approx. 60 g
installation height: approx. 12 mm installation height: approx. 19 mm
total height: approx. 83 mm
total height: approx. 90 mm
Ø microphone head: approx. 29 mm
Ø threaded bolt: approx. 20 mm
thread size: M20 x 1.5
Ø rubber rings: approx. 23 mm
operation: –10 °C to +50 °C | storage: –25 °C to +70 °C
MZH 30xx
Gooseneck microphones
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Acoustic principle
Output impedance at 1kHz
Sensitivity
Max. sound pressure level
Equivalent noise level
Power supply
Current consumption
Connector
Temperature
36 | SpeechLine IS microphone series
cardioid
MZH 30xx-L
MZH 30xx
MZH 30xx-L
depending on ME 3x mic head
MEG 14-40
MEG 14-40
MEG 14-40L
MEG 14-40-L
cardioid
50 – 20,000 Hz
gooseneck microphone (condenser)
–
< 100 Ω
–
14 mV/Pa
–
130 dB at 1 kHz < 3%
–
37 dB (CCIR)
26 dB (A)
12 V – 48 V phantom power (P 12 – P 48)
3 mA
18 mA
3 mA
6 mA
(microphone/
(microphone/
signal light ring:
signal light ring:
9 mA each)
3 mA each)
XLR-3M
XLR-5M
XLR-3M
XLR-5M
operation: 0 °C to +40 °C | storage: –25 °C to +70 °C
Specifications
ME 34
Microphone heads
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Acoustic principle
ME 36
ME 35
ME 34
ME 35
ME 36
cardioid
super-cardioid
hyper-cardioid/lobar
40 – 20.000 Hz
50 – 20.000 Hz
40 – 20.000 Hz
pressure gradient
transducer
pressure gradient
transducer
pressure gradient
transducer/
interference tube
transducer
Sensitivity
10 mV/Pa
18 mV/Pa
Electrical impedance
50 Ω
Min. terminating impedance
1Ω
Equivalent noise level
37 dB (CCIR)
26 dB (A)
Power supply via MZH 30xx
34 dB (CCIR)
23 dB (A)
12 V – 48 V phantom power (P 12 – P 48)
250 μA
Current consumption microphone
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight without MZH 30xx
Ø 12 x L18
Ø 8.2 x L96
9.5 g
17 g
Connector
special coax connector
Temperature
operation: –10 °C to +50 °C | storage: –25 °C to +70 °C
MAS 133 inline switch box
MAS 133
Power supply
48 V phantom power (P48) via MIC IN
Slide switch for setting the
ON | PTM | PTT | ON/OFF
behavior of the microphone button
Logic output
high level output voltage > 2.4 V
low level output voltage < 0.4 V
Connections
MIC IN: XLR-3F | MIC OUT: XLR-3M | SWITCH: XLR-5F | 3x terminal
Weight
approx. 212 g
Dimensions (W x H x D)
approx. 150 x 44 x 44 mm
Temperature
operation: –10 °C to +50 °C | storage: –25 °C to +70 °C
SpeechLine IS microphone series | 37
Specifications
MAS 1 microphone button
MAS 1
Power supply
12 V (max. 1.5 mA)
Current consumption
signal light ring: 3 mA
Connection
XLR-5M
Weight
approx. 59 g
Dimensions
total height: approx. 81 mm
installation height: approx. 8 mm
Ø-head of microphone button: approx. 29 mm
Ø-threaded bolt: approx. 20 mm
Ø-rubber rings: approx. 23 mm
thread size: M20 x 1.5
Temperature
operation: –10 °C to +50 °C | storage: –25 °C to +70 °C
MAT 133
Table stands
Current consumption
MAT 133-S
MAT 133
MAT 153-S
MAT 133-S
MAT 153-S
1.9 mA
3.7 mA
Slide switch for setting the
behavior of the microphone button
–
ON | PTM | PTT | ON/OFF
Logic input
–
high level input voltage > 2.0 V
low level input voltage > 0.8 V
Logic output
–
high level output voltage > 2.4 V
low level output voltage > 0.4 V
Connector
Power supply
Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Temperature
38 | SpeechLine IS microphone series
MIC IN: XLR-3F
MIC OUT: XLR-3M
MIC IN: XLR-3F
MIC OUT: XLR-3M
3 x terminal
MIC IN: XLR-5F
MIC OUT: XLR-3M
3 x terminal
24 – 48 V phantom power (P 24 – P 48)
approx. 1200 g
approx. 1206 g
120 mm x 43 mm x 170 mm
operation: –10 °C to +50 °C | storage: –25 °C to +70 °C
Specifications
Shock mount/table mounts
MZS 31
MZT 30
MZT 30-L
MZS 31
MZT 30
MZT 30-L
–
XLR-3F
XLR-5F
Connector
Power supply
48 V phantom power (P 48)
Weight
approx. 1200 g
Dimensions (W x H x D)
approx. 1206 g
120 mm x 43 mm x 170 mm
Temperature
operation: –10 °C to +50 °C | storage: –25 °C to +70 °C
MZC 30 connection cable for ceiling mounting
MZC 30
Connections
XLR-3M | special coax socket for ME 3x
Power supply
12 – 48 V phantom power (P 12 – P 48)
Length
9m
Diameter
Ø 1.1 mm
In compliance with
Europe
EMC:
•
EN 55103-1
•
EN 55103-2
In case of interference from extraneous devices, the specifications may differ from those listed above.
SpeechLine IS microphone series | 39
Specifications
Pin assignment
MEB 102 | MEB 104: XLR-3
1
MEB 102-L | MEB 104-L: XLR-5
2
1
MEB 102
5
2
MEB 104
3
3
4
MEB 102-L
MEB 104-L
1 Ground
2 Microphone –/48 VDC
3 Microphone +/48 VDC
1 Ground
2 Microphone +/48 VDC
3 Microphone –/48 VDC
4 LED green (trigger signal)
5 LED red (default setting)
MEG 14-40 | MZH 30xx: XLR-3
MEG 14-40-L | MZH 30xx-L: XLR-5
1
2
1
MEG 14-40
5
2
MZH 30xx
3
1 Ground
2 Microphone +/48 VDC
3 Microphone –/48 VDC
3
4
MEG 14-40L
1 Ground
2 Microphone +/48 VDC
3 Microphone –/48 VDC
4 LED (9 – 30 V DC; any polarity)
5 LED (9 – 30 V DC; any polarity)
MAS 133: XLR 3 mic in
MAS 133: XLR 3 mic out
1
1
2
MAS 133: XLR 5 switch
2
1
3
1 Microphone –
2 Microphone +
3 Ground
MAS 1: XLR 3 mic in
5
2
3
4
5
2
MAS 133
3
1 Ground
2 Microphone +
3 Microphone –
1
MZH 30xx-L
MAS 1
1 LEDs +12 V
2 LED green –
3 LED red –
4 Switch
5 Ground
40 | SpeechLine IS microphone series
3
4
1 Ground
2 Switch
3 LED red –
4 LED green –
5 LEDs +12 V
Specifications
Polar diagrams
MEB 102
MEB 102-L
0°
330°
30°
300°
60°
MEB 102
MEB 104
90°
MEB 102-L
MEB 104-L
270°
240°
120°
210°
150°
125 Hz
2000 Hz
180°
250 Hz
500 Hz
4000 Hz
8000 Hz
MEB 104
MEB 104-L
1000 Hz
16000 Hz
0°
330°
30°
300°
60°
MEB 114
MEB 114-S
90°
270°
240°
120°
210°
150°
125 Hz
2000 Hz
180°
250 Hz
500 Hz
4000 Hz
8000 Hz
MEB 114
MEB 114-S
1000 Hz
16000 Hz
0°
330°
30°
300°
60°
MEG 14-40
MEG 14-40L
90°
270°
240°
120°
210°
150°
180°
SpeechLine IS microphone series | 41
Specifications
0°
330°
30°
300°
60°
ME 34
90°
270°
240°
120°
210°
150°
125 Hz
2000 Hz
180°
250 Hz
500 Hz
4000 Hz
8000 Hz
1000 Hz
16000 Hz
ME 34
0°
330°
30°
300°
60°
ME 35
90°
270°
240°
120°
210°
150°
125 Hz
2000 Hz
180°
250 Hz
500 Hz
4000 Hz
8000 Hz
1000 Hz
16000 Hz
ME 35
0°
330°
30°
300°
60°
ME 36
90°
270°
240°
120°
210°
150°
125 Hz
180°
250 Hz
500 Hz
1000 Hz
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2000 Hz
4000 Hz
8000 Hz
ME 36
16000 Hz
Specifications
Frequency response curves
dB
-20
MEB 102
-30
-40
MEB 102-L
-50
-60
0°
-70
90 °
100 Hz 200 Hz
500 Hz 1 kHz
2 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz 20 kHz
100 Hz 200 Hz
500 Hz 1 kHz
2 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz 20 kHz
100 Hz 200 Hz
500 Hz 1 kHz
2 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz 20 kHz
100 Hz 200 Hz
500 Hz 1 kHz
2 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz 20 kHz
dB
-20
MEB 104
-30
-40
MEB 104-L
-50
-60
0°
-70
90 °
dB
-30
-40
-50
MEB 114
-60
MEB 114-S
-70
-80
0°
-90
90 °
dB
-20
MEG 14-40
-30
-40
MEG 14-40L
-50
-60
0°
90 °
-70
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Specifications
dB
-20
ME 34
-30
-40
-50
-60
0°
-70
90 °
50 Hz
100 Hz
200 Hz
500 Hz
1 kHz
2 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz
20 kHz
50 Hz
100 Hz
200 Hz
500 Hz
1 kHz
2 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz
20 kHz
50 Hz
100 Hz
200 Hz
500 Hz
1 kHz
2 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz
20 kHz
dB
-20
ME 35
-30
-40
-50
-60
0°
-70
90 °
dB
-20
ME 36
-30
-40
-50
-60
0°
-70
90 °
44 | SpeechLine IS microphone series
Manufacturer Declarations
Manufacturer Declarations
Warranty
Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG gives a warranty of 24 months on this
product.
For the current warranty conditions, please visit our website at
www.sennheiser.com or contact your Sennheiser partner.
In compliance with the following requirements
•
WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC)
Please dispose of the products at the end of their operational lifetime
by taking them to your local collection point or recycling center for such
equipment.
CE Conformity
•
RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU)
•
EMC Directive (2004/108/EC)
The declaration is available at www.senncom.com. Before putting the
products into operation, please observe the respective country-specific
regulations!
SpeechLine IS microphone series | 45
Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG
Am Labor 1, 30900 Wedemark, Germany
www.sennheiser.com
Publ. 11/13, 554664, A01
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