Part 1 - Pro Music

REVUE
Part 1
Microphones
Published 06/02
Subject to alterations.
Microphones
● Dynamic
Microphones
1
Contents
1.
Operating Principle of the Dynamic Microphone .................................................... 3
Connections ................................................................................................................ 3
Description of Models ................................................................................................ 3
Pick-up Patterns .......................................................................................................... 4
Recommendations for Use ......................................................................................... 4
COM 190 .................................................................................................................... 6
COM 195 .................................................................................................................... 7
MD 21 U ..................................................................................................................... 8
MD 42 ......................................................................................................................... 9
MD 46 ....................................................................................................................... 10
MD 421 II ................................................................................................................. 11
MD 425 ..................................................................................................................... 12
MD 428 PTT ........................................................................................................... 13
MD 431 II ................................................................................................................. 14
MD 441 U ................................................................................................................. 15
e 815 S ....................................................................................................................... 16
e 602 .......................................................................................................................... 17
e 604 .......................................................................................................................... 18
e 608 .......................................................................................................................... 19
e 609 .......................................................................................................................... 20
e 825 S ....................................................................................................................... 21
e 835 S ....................................................................................................................... 22
e 845 S ....................................................................................................................... 23
e 855 .......................................................................................................................... 24
Condenser Microphones
Operating Principle of the Back-Electret Condenser Microphone ......................... 25
Powering .................................................................................................................. 25
Description of Models .............................................................................................. 25
Pick-up Patterns ......................................................................................................... 26
Recommendations for Use ....................................................................................... 26
e 664 .......................................................................................................................... 28
e 865 S ...................................................................................................................... 29
MKE 300 .................................................................................................................. 30
MKE 44 P ................................................................................................................ 31
MKE 2 P-C .............................................................................................................. 32
MKE 2-4 Gold-C ...................................................................................................... 33
MKE platinum-4-C .................................................................................................... 34
System ME 102/104/105 .......................................................................................... 35
K6 .............................................................................................................................. 38
K6P .......................................................................................................................... 39
ME 62 ...................................................................................................................... 41
ME 64 ...................................................................................................................... 42
ME 65 ...................................................................................................................... 43
ME 66 ...................................................................................................................... 44
ME 67 ...................................................................................................................... 45
COM 1423 ................................................................................................................ 46
Publ. 06/02
● Back-Electret
Microphones
● RF
Condenser Microphones
2
Contents
1.
Operating Principle of the RF Condenser Microphone ........................................ 47
Sennheiser’s Revolutionary Symmetrical Microphone Capsule ............................ 47
Power Supply Units ................................................................................................ 47
Connections .............................................................................................................. 47
Pick-up Patterns ........................................................................................................ 48
Recommendations for Use ...................................................................................... 48
MKH 20 P 48 .......................................................................................................... 50
MKH 30 P 48 .......................................................................................................... 51
MKH 40 P 48 .......................................................................................................... 52
MKH 50 P 48 .......................................................................................................... 53
MKH 60 P 48 .......................................................................................................... 54
MKH 70 P 48 .......................................................................................................... 55
MKH 80 P 48 .......................................................................................................... 56
MKH 800 P 48 ........................................................................................................ 58
MKH 416 P 48 U 3 .................................................................................................. 60
● Accessories
Power Supplies for Condenser Microphones .......................................................... 63
Microphone Clamps ................................................................................................. 64
Shock Mounts and Mounting Accessories .............................................................. 66
Table Stands ............................................................................................................. 68
Windshields .............................................................................................................. 70
Outdoor Protection for the MKH Range ................................................................ 75
Models, Catalogue Numbers ................................................................................... 78
Publ. 06/02
● Index
3
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphones
Operating Principle of the Dynamic Microphone
Dynamic microphones fall into two main groups, ribbon and moving coil. All
Sennheiser dynamic microphones work on the more rugged moving coil principle.
This is like a loudspeaker in reverse: a coil of wire connected to the microphone
diaphragm is held in a magnetic field. Sound waves change the pressure of the air
they travel through. This causes the diaphragm to vibrate, thus, the coil moves in
the magnetic field and an audio frequency voltage is induced. This signal is
balanced, grounded and of low resistance and can be connected directly to the
microphone input of a tape recorder or mixing console without any electronics or
supply voltage being needed in the microphone.
Moving coil microphones are extremely rugged and reliable. Consequently, they
can be used in difficult working situations where more fragile microphones would
not be suitable. The main uses are in broadcast reporting situations and in live
stage work.
Connections
All Sennheiser dynamic microphones are fitted with a 3-pin XLR connector as
standard. This is wired so that a positive sound pressure on the diaphragm
produces a positive voltage at pin 2 compared with pin 3. Pin 1 is the ground
(screen) connection.
+
1
2
3
XLR connection details
Description of Models
MD . . .
Microphones with the prefix MD are good general purpose microphones
for studio and stage use.
COM . . . These microphones are designed for use in conference and communications
situations.
...
evolution microphones are designed specifically for live stage applications.
The revolutionary evolution Series from Sennheiser presents a complete range of
ten dynamic and two condenser microphones covering vocal, instrument and
backline; answering every conceivable performance requirement:
Amazing SPL higher than 150 dB on all models
Outstanding feedback rejection
Advanced shock-mount design for minimum handling noise
Rugged road-proof construction
Designed and made in Germany
Publ. 06/02
•
•
•
•
•
4
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphones
Pick-up Patterns
Sennheiser dynamic microphones are available with three different pick-up patterns
(omni-directional, cardioid, and super-cardioid). These are illustrated below.
Omni-directional
Cardioid
Super-cardioid
1
1I
I
TT
M
D
44
43
D
M
D
M
D
42
42
5
8P
I
1I
42
M
D
M
M
D
46
42
D
M
D
21
19
M
M
CO
CO
M
19
5
0
Recommendations for Use
Vocals
Speech
Presentation
Reportage
Communications
Choirs
Guitar amplifiers
Bass drum
Snare drums
Tom toms
Cymbals
Percussion
Brass
Woodwind
Publ. 06/02
Piano
5
Overview
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphones
Cat. No.
Model
Brief Description
Variants
03213
03214
00292
05173
05172
00984
04306
04980
01605
00762
04512
04521
04519
04520
04522
04511
04514
04513
04516
04515
04517
COM 190
COM 195
MD 21 U
MD 42
MD 46
MD 421 II
MD 425
MD 428 PTT
MD 431 II
MD 441 U
e 815 S
e 602
e 604
e 608
e 609
e 825 S
e 835 S
Cardioid gooseneck microphone with XLR connector
Cardioid gooseneck microphone for permanent installations
Omni-directional reporter’s microphone
Omni-directional reporter’s microphone
Cardioid reporter’s microphone
Cardioid studio microphone
Super-cardioid speech and vocal microphone
Cardioid talkback microphone with PTT function
Super-cardioid stage microphone
Super-cardioid studio microphone
Cardioid vocal and instrument microphone
Cardioid microphone for bass instruments
Cardioid instrument microphone
Super-cardioid miniature gooseneck instrument microphone
Super-cardioid instrument microphone
Cardioid vocal and instrument microphone
Cardioid vocal microphone
—
—
—
—
–
—
–
–
—
—
–
–
–
–
–
–
e 845 S
Super-cardioid vocal microphone
Page
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
e 835
Super-cardioid vocal microphone
24
Publ. 06/02
e 855
23
e 845
–
6
COM 190
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
Cat. No. 03213
The COM 190 is a gooseneck microphone with reed switch and integral XLR
connector designed for public address systems and conference applications.
Colour: black, sound inlet basket: black refined steel.
Features
• High feedback rejection
• Noiseless reed switch
• Hum compensating coil
• Small and unobtrusive design
• Delivery includes: 1 COM 190
Technical Data
Microphone clamp
Foam windshield
Product Variants
MZQ 100
MZW 65 pro
cardioid
50 – 18,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.5 mV/Pa ± 3 dB
350 Ω
1 kΩ
Ø 33 x 448
253 g
Profile
Cat. No. 02115
Cat. No. 03757
Cardioid gooseneck microphone, reed switch and hum
compensating coil, frequency response 50 – 18,000 Hz,
sensitivity (free field, no load) 1.5 mV/Pa ± 3 dB at
1 kHz, nominal impedance 350 Ω, min. terminating
impedance 1 kΩ, dimensions Ø 33 x 448 mm, weight
253 g.
Publ. 06/02
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
7
COM 195
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The COM 195 is a gooseneck microphone with integral open-ended cable for
direct installation. Designed for public address systems and conference
applications. Colour: black, sound inlet basket: black refined steel.
Cat. No. 03214
Features
• High feedback rejection
• Hum compensating coil
• Small and unobtrusive design
• Delivery includes: 1 COM 195
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Cable
Dimensions in mm
Weight
Recommended Accessories
Foam windshield
MZW 65 pro
cardioid
50 – 18,000 Hz
1.5 mV/Pa ± 3 dB
350 Ω
1 kΩ
blue:
microphone+
red:
microphone–
ground: at body
Ø 33 x 423
270 g
Cat. No. 03757
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Cardioid gooseneck microphone with integral
open-ended cable for permanent mounting, hum
compensating coil, frequency response 50 – 18,000 Hz,
sensitivity (free field, no load) 1.5 mV/Pa ± 3 dB at
1 kHz, nominal impedance 350 Ω, min. terminating
impedance 1 kΩ, dimensions Ø 33 x 423 mm, weight
270 g.
8
MD 21 U
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
Cat. No. 00292
The MD 21 U can be used for both speech broadcasting (interviews, reporting,
discussions, etc.) and music broadcasting (boom and room mics). Colour: black,
sound inlet basket: refined steel.
Features
• Rugged all metal body
• Extremely low sensitivity to handling noise
• Very insensitive to pop and wind noise
• Uniform frequency response
• Excellent sound quality
• Integral microphone clamp thread
• Delivery includes: 1 MD 21 U
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
omni-directional
40 – 18,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.8 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
200 Ω
200 Ω
137 x 65 x 67
approx. 280 g
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Table stand
Foam windshield
Product Variants
MZT 100
MZW 416-1
MZW 421
Profile
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 01536
Cat. No. 00536
Omni-directional reporter’s microphone, frequency
response 40 – 18,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no
load) 1.8 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 200 Ω, min. terminating impedance 200 Ω,
dimensions 137 x 65 x 67 mm, weight approx. 280 g.
Publ. 06/02
Recommended Accessories
9
MD 42
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The MD 42 is a high-quality reporter’s microphone with omni-directional pick-up
pattern. It has been specially optimised for rough use in live reporting and
broadcasting environments. The MD 42 is a very ‘good-natured’ microphone whose
design avoids wind and handling noise problems. Colour: black, sound inlet basket:
refined steel, black.
Cat. No. 05173
Features
• Good sound quality with excellent speech clarity
• Easy to handle due to a rugged, extra-long microphone body
• Excellent suppression of handling noise
• Two-ply sound inlet basket provides increased protection from wind and pop
noise
• Delivery includes: 1 MD 42
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
omni-directional
Frequency response
40 – 18,000 Hz
Sensitivity (free field,
no load) (1 kHz)
2.0 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
Nominal impedance (1 kHz) 350 Ω
Min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ
Connector
3-pin XLR
Dimensions in mm
Ø 49 x 250
Weight
approx. 360 g
Windshield
Velourised windshield
Microphone clamp
Product Variants
MZW 4032, anthracite
MZW 1032-PRO, black
MZQ 800
Profile
Cat. No. 02978
Cat. No. 03746
Cat. No. 04711
Omni-directional reporter’s microphone, very insensitive
to wind and pop noise, frequency response 40 Hz to
18,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no load) 2.0 mV/Pa
± 2.5 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 350 Ω at
1 kHz, min. terminating impedance 1,000 Ω, XLR-3
connector, dimensions Ø 49 x 250 mm, weight
approx. 360 g.
Publ. 06/02
Recommended Accessories
10
MD 46
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The MD 46 is a high-quality reporter’s microphone with cardioid pick-up pattern.
It has been specially optimised for rough use in live reporting and broadcasting
environments. The MD 46 is a very ‘good-natured’ microphone whose design avoids
wind and handling noise problems. Colour: black, sound inlet basket: refined steel,
black.
Cat. No. 05172
Features
• Excellent speech clarity due to optimised frequency response
• Rugged and easy-to-handle microphone body
• Good sound quality
• Excellent suppression of handling noise
• Two-ply sound inlet basket provides increased protection from wind and pop
noise
• Delivery includes: 1 MD 46
Technical Data
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Windshield
Velourised windshield
Microphone clamp
Product Variants
MZW 4032, anthracite
MZW 1032-PRO, black
MZQ 800
Profile
Cat. No. 02978
Cat. No. 03746
Cat. No. 04711
Cardioid reporter’s microphone, very insensitive to
wind and pop noise, max. front-to-back rejection at
1 kHz and 180º: 20 dB, frequency response 40 Hz to
18,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no load) 2.0 mV/Pa
± 2.5 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 350 Ω at
1 kHz, min. terminating impedance 1,000 Ω, XLR-3
connector, dimensions Ø 49 x 250 mm, weight
approx. 360 g.
Publ. 06/02
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
cardioid
Frequency response
40 – 18,000 Hz
Sensitivity (free field,
no load) (1 kHz)
2.0 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
Nominal impedance (1 kHz) 350 Ω
Min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ
Connector
3-pin XLR
Dimensions in mm
Ø 49 x 250
Weight
approx. 360 g
11
MD 421 II
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The MD 421 II is one of the best known microphones in the world. Its excellent
sound qualities enable it to cope with the most diverse recording conditions and
broadcasting applications. The five position bass control enhances its ‘all-round’
qualities. Colour: black, sound inlet basket: refined steel, black.
Cat. No. 00984
Features
• Rugged professional microphone
• Five position bass roll-off switch
• Effective feedback rejection
• Clear sound reproduction
• Easy handling due to pronounced directivity
• Delivery includes: 1 MD 421 II
1 microphone clamp for 3/8” thread
Bass control 'M'
Dip resulting from bass control
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
cardioid
30 – 17,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
2 mV/Pa ± 3 dB
200 Ω
200 Ω
215 x 46 x 49
approx. 385 g
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Table stand
Mounting bolt
Foam windshield
Product Variants
MZT 100
MZT 441
MZT 14
MZW 40
MZW 421
Profile
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 00799
Cat. No. 01895
Cat. No. 01794
Cat. No. 00536
Cardioid studio microphone, five-position bass control,
frequency response 30 – 17,000 Hz, sensitivity (free
field, no load) 2 mV/Pa ± 3 dB at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 200 Ω, min. terminating impedance 200 Ω,
dimensions 215 x 46 x 49 mm, weight approx. 385 g.
Publ. 06/02
Recommended Accessories
12
MD 425
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The MD 425 is a high quality dynamic super-cardioid microphone. Due to its
excellent acoustic properties, the MD 425 is especially suitable for vocal and speech
applications in all areas of public address and sound recording. Colour: haematitesteel-blue, sound inlet basket: refined steel, black.
Cat. No. 04306
Features
• Exceptionally good feedback rejection
• Very good rejection of handling noise
• Lockable, noiseless reed on/off switch
• Integral pop filter
• Sophisticated design
• Rugged metal casing
• Delivery includes: 1 MD 425
1 microphone clamp
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
super-cardioid
40 – 18,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.6 mV/Pa
350 Ω
1 kΩ
44 x 205
approx. 320 g
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Table stand
Windshield
Product Variants
MZT 100
MZW 4032
Profile
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 02978
Super-cardioid speech and vocal microphone, frequency
response 40 – 18,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no load)
1.6 mV/Pa at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 350 Ω, min.
terminating impedance 1 kΩ, dimensions 44 x 205 mm,
weight approx. 320 g.
Publ. 06/02
Recommended Accessories
13
MD 428 PTT
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The MD 428 PTT is a talkback microphone with PTT (push-to-talk) function.
Colour: haematite-steel-blue, sound inlet basket: refined steel, black.
Cat. No. 04980
Features
• Full sound with high speech clarity
• Frequency independent directivity provides high feedback rejection
• Ergonomic design of microphone body ensures comfortable and secure handling
• Push-to-talk operation with reed switch
• 5-pin XLR connector with switching contact (see connection diagram)
• Delivery includes: 1 MD 428 PTT
Technical Data
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
cardioid
80 – 15,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Connector
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.5 mV/Pa
350 Ω
1 kΩ
5-pin XLR
Ø 48 x 180
330 g
Connection Diagram (Switch in ON Position)
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Cardioid talkback microphone with PTT function,
frequency response 80 Hz – 15,000 Hz, sensitivity (free
field, no load) 1.5 mV/Pa at 1 kHz, nominal impedance
350 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ, 5-pin XLR
connector, dimensions in mm Ø 48 x 180, weight 330 g.
14
MD 431 II
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
By virtue of its design and features, the MD 431 II ranks amongst Sennheiser’s
most exceptional microphones and is suitable for vocal, speech and broadcasting
applications. Colour: black, sound inlet basket: refined steel.
Cat. No. 01605
Features
• Exceptionally good feedback rejection
• Shock mounted capsule provides very good rejection of handling noise
• Hum compensating coil
• Integral pop filter
• On/off switch (reed switch) can be locked in the ‘ON’ position if required
• Delivery includes: 1 MD 431 II
1 MZA 4031 quick release clamp
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
super-cardioid
40 – 16,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
2 mV/Pa ± 3 dB
250 Ω
1 kΩ
Ø 49 x 200, body Ø 31
approx. 250 g
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Table stand
Mounting bolt
Foam windshield
Product Variants
MZT 100
MZT 441
MZT 14
MZW 4032
MZW 416-1
Profile
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 00799
Cat. No. 01895
Cat. No. 02978
Cat. No. 01536
Super-cardioid stage microphone, hum compensating
coil, integral popshield, reed on/off switch, frequency
response 40 – 16,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no load)
2 mV/Pa ± 3 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 250 Ω,
min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ, dimensions Ø 49 x
200 mm, body Ø 31 mm, weight approx. 250 g.
Publ. 06/02
Recommended Accessories
15
MD 441 U
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
Cat. No. 00762
The MD 441 U is a microphone of exceptional quality: its acoustic properties come
as close as possible to those of a condenser microphone. Accurate signal response
and low distortion are ensured, even with the highest sound pressure levels. Surface:
all metal body with black leatherette finish, sound inlet basket: nickel plated.
Features
• Excellent feedback rejection
• Excellent sound quality
• Spring capsule mounting provides low sensitivity to handling noise
• Hum compensating coil
• Five position bass roll-off switch
• Brilliance (treble boost) switch
• Integral pop filter
• Delivery includes: 1 MD 441 U
1 microphone clamp MZA 441
Switch on brillance setting
Dip resulting from bass control
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
super-cardioid
30 – 20,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.8 mV/Pa ± 2 dB
200 Ω
1 kΩ
270 x 33 x 36
approx. 450 g
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Table stand
Mounting bolt
Foam windshield
Product Variants
MZT 100
MZT 441
MZT 14
MZW 40
MZW 441
Profile
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 00799
Cat. No. 01895
Cat. No. 01794
Cat. No. 00976
Super-cardioid studio microphone, hum compensating
coil, five position bass control, brilliance switch,
integral pop filter, frequency response 30 – 20,000 Hz,
sensitivity (free field, no load) 1.8 mV/Pa ± 2 dB at
1 kHz, nominal impedance 200 Ω, min. terminating
impedance 1 kΩ, dimensions 270 x 33 x 36 mm,
weight approx. 450 g.
Publ. 06/02
Recommended Accessories
16
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The e 815 S is a cardioid general purpose microphone ideal for vocal and
instrument miking, karaoke and club PA. Sound inlet basket: refined steel.
Cat. No. 04512
Features
• Rugged metal body
• Excellent feedback and spillage rejection
• Good suppression of handling noise
• Balanced frequency response
• Warm transparent tonal response
• Silent ON/OFF switch
• Delivery includes: 1 e 815 S
1 connection cable (3 m)
Technical Data
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
cardioid
80 – 15,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.5 mV/Pa
350 Ω
1 kΩ
Ø 48 x 180
330 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Cardioid vocal and instrument microphone, frequency
response 80 Hz – 15 kHz, sensitivity (free field, no load)
1.5 mV/Pa at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 350 Ω,
min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ, dimensions Ø 48 x
180 mm, weight 330 g.
17
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The e 602 is a cardioid microphone especially suitable for use with bass drums,
bass guitar cabs, tubas and other low frequency instruments. Sound inlet basket:
refined steel.
Cat. No. 04521
Features
• Rugged metal body
• Lightweight, high-performance voice coil construction with large diaphragm design
• Fast transient response
• Low frequency extension
• Ideal for direct use on the most problematic bass signal sources
• Frequency-independent directivity provides isolation from other on-stage signals
• Hum compensating coil
• Integral stand mount
• Delivery includes: 1 e 602
1 pouch
Technical Data
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
cardioid
20 – 16,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.0 mV/Pa
250 Ω
1 kΩ
Ø 60 x 153
550 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Cardioid instrument microphone, hum compensating
coil, frequency response 20 Hz – 16 kHz, sensitivity
(free field, no load) 1.0 mV/Pa at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 250 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ,
dimensions Ø 60 x 153 mm, weight 550 g.
18
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The e 604 is a cardioid microphone especially suitable for use with drums and
brass instruments. Sound inlet basket: refined steel.
Cat. No. 04519
Features
• Rugged reinforced glass-fibre body
• Low sensitivity to impact and handling noise
• Very high sound pressure handling capability
• Low distortion microphone
• Hum compensating coil
• Easy to position due to compact design
• Integral stand mount
• Delivery includes: 1 e 604
1 drum clip
1 pouch
Technical Data
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
cardioid
40 – 18,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.8 mV/Pa
350 Ω
1 kΩ
Ø 33 x 59
60 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Cardioid instrument microphone, hum compensating
coil, frequency response 40 Hz – 18 kHz, sensitivity
(free field, no load) 1.8 mV/Pa at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 350 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ,
dimensions Ø 33 x 59 mm, weight 60 g.
19
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The e 608 is a super-cardioid microphone ideal for almost invisible clip-miking of
woodwind, brass and drums. A newly developed clamp and gooseneck mounting
enables the capsule to be positioned close to the signal source for high realism and
high-level output. Sound inlet basket: refined steel.
Cat. No. 04520
Features
• Rugged reinforced glass-fibre body
• Shock-mounted capsule provides low sensitivity to impact and handling noise
• Hum compensating coil
• Extremely robust connection cable with XLR connector
• Delivery includes: 1 e 608
1 microphone clip
1 pouch
Technical Data
Windshield
Product Variants
MZW 48 F
super-cardioid
40 – 16,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
0.8 mV/Pa
250 Ω
1 kΩ
Ø 17 x 185
20 g
Profile
Cat. No. 37809
Super-cardioid
instrument
microphone,
hum
compensating coil, frequency response 40 Hz – 16 kHz,
sensitivity (free field, no load) 0.8 mV/Pa at 1 kHz,
nominal impedance 250 Ω, min. terminating impedance
1 kΩ, dimensions Ø 17 x 185 mm, weight 20 g.
Publ. 06/02
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
20
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The e 609 has an excellent transient response. Its laterally mounted capsule has been
specially developed for miking guitar cabs face on and extremely close to the signal
source. The e 609 is also suitable for drum miking, particularly toms, where the
microphone’s profile allows the capsule to be positioned close to the drum skin.
Sound inlet basket: refined steel.
Cat. No. 04522
Features
• Exceptional full-size sound quality
• Very high sound pressure handling capability
• Super-cardioid pick-up pattern provides isolation from other on-stage signals
• Hum compensating coil
• Delivery includes: 1 e 609
1 microphone clip
1 pouch
Technical Data
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
super-cardioid
40 – 18,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.5 mV/Pa
350 Ω
1 kΩ
55 x 34 x 134
180 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Super-cardioid
instrument
microphone,
hum
compensating coil, frequency response 40 – 18,000 Hz,
sensitivity (free field, no load) 1.5 mV/Pa at 1 kHz,
nominal impedance 350 Ω, min. terminating
impedance 1 kΩ, dimensions 55 x 34 x 134 mm,
weight 180 g.
21
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The e 825 S is a cardioid general purpose microphone ideal for vocal and instrument
miking and club PA. Sound inlet basket: refined steel.
Cat. No. 04511
Features
• Rugged metal body
• Excellent feedback and spillage rejection
• Good suppression of handling noise
• Balanced frequency response
• Warm transparent tonal response
• Silent ON/OFF switch
• Delivery includes: 1 e 825 S
1 microphone clip
1 pouch
Technical Data
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
cardioid
80 – 15,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.5 mV/Pa
350 Ω
1 kΩ
Ø 48 x 180
330 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Cardioid vocal and instrument microphone,
frequency response 80 – 15,000 Hz, sensitivity (free
field, no load) 1.5 mV/Pa at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 350 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ,
dimensions Ø 48 x 180 mm, weight 330 g.
22
1.
Microphones
/
Dynamic Microphone
The e 835 S is a cardioid lead vocal stage microphone specially designed to
perform under pressure. Sound inlet basket: refined steel.
Cat. No. 04514 e 835 S
Cat. No. 04513 e 835
Features
• Rugged metal body
• Excellent feedback rejection
• High sound pressure handling capability
• Shock-mounted capsule provides excellent suppression of handling noise
• Uniform on- and off-axis response
• Cardioid pick-up pattern provides isolation from other on-stage signals
• Hum compensating coil
• Silent ON/OFF switch (e 835 S only)
• Delivery includes: 1 e 835 S / e 835
1 microphone clip
1 pouch
Technical Data
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
cardioid
40 – 16,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
2.7 mV/Pa
350 Ω
1 kΩ
Ø 48 x 180
330 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Cardioid vocal microphone, hum compensating coil,
frequency response 40 Hz – 16 kHz, sensitivity (free
field, no load) 2.7 mV/Pa at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 350 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ,
dimensions Ø 48 x 180 mm, weight 330 g.
23
1.
Microphones
/
Dynamic Microphone
The e 845 S is a high-performance super-cardioid lead vocal microphone with an
extended high-frequency response, specially designed for stage use. Sound inlet
basket: refined steel.
Cat. No. 04516 e 845 S
Cat. No. 04515 e 845
Features
• Rugged all metal body
• Exceptional feedback rejection
• Full dynamic range and smooth frequency response for excellent signal quality
• Consistent on-/off-axis and proximity response
• Very good rejection of handling noise
• Hum compensating coil
• Silent ON/OFF switch (e 845 S only)
• Delivery includes: 1 e 845 S / e 845
1 microphone clip
1 pouch
Technical Data
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
super-cardioid
40 – 16,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.8 mV/Pa
350 Ω
1 kΩ
Ø 46 x 185
330 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Super-cardioid vocal microphone, hum compensating
coil, frequency response 40 Hz – 16 kHz, sensitivity
(free field, no load) 1.8 mV/Pa at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 350 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ,
dimensions Ø 46 x 185 mm, weight 330 g.
24
1.
Microphones
Dynamic Microphone
The e 855 is a fully professional super-cardioid vocal microphone utilising the very
best in dynamic microphone technology to achieve new standards of quality and
performance. Sound inlet basket: refined steel.
Cat. No. 04517
Features
• Rugged metal body
• Extended dynamic response with pronounced presence and vocal ‘punch’
• Excellent feedback rejection
• Consistent on-/off-axis and proximity response
• Very good rejection of handling noise
• Very high sound pressure handling capability
• Hum compensating coil
• Delivery includes: 1 e 855
1 microphone clip
1 pouch
Technical Data
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
super-cardioid
40 – 18,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
1.8 mV/Pa
350 Ω
1 kΩ
Ø 46 x 185
330 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Super-cardioid professional vocal microphone, hum
compensating coil, frequency response 40 Hz – 18 kHz,
sensitivity (free field, no load) 1.8 mV/Pa at 1 kHz,
nominal impedance 350 Ω, min. terminating
impedance 1 kΩ, dimensions Ø 46 x 185 mm, weight
330 g.
Microphones
25
1.
Back-Electret Condenser Microphones
Operating principle of the Back-Electret Pre-Polarised Condenser
Microphone
Condenser microphones use a variable plate capacitor as an acoustic transducer,
the front electrode being the microphone’s diaphragm. As it moves the capacitance
changes and a voltage proportionate to the acoustic signal is produced.
The electrodes used in electret (pre-polarised) condensers are manufactured from a
special synthetic material known as the ‘electret’. This material has a unique quality,
being able to permanently store an electric charge; the charge is thus ‘frozen’ in the
electret material. It therefore requires no high external polarising voltage and can be
powered by low voltage internal batteries.
In the Sennheiser range of back-electret condenser microphones, only the stationary
back electrode (‘back plate’) is used as the charge carrier. The counter electrode,
manufactured from a gossamer-thin foil (3.5 µm), is made conductive by applying a
thin layer of gold in a vapour-coating process. This ultra-light diaphragm (approx.
100 µg) has a good transient response, high sensitivity at low sound pressure
levels and ensures highly accurate sound reproduction with minimal distortion.
In contrast to dynamic microphones, back-electret condenser microphones can be
very compact. This makes it possible to design ultra-small clip-on lavalier microphones, and to use capsules for shotgun microphones of variable directivity factors.
Powering
The impedance converters and low-noise amplifier circuits used in Sennheiser’s
back-electret condenser microphones are powered by an integral battery, a Sennheiser
radio transmitter, a power supply adaptor, phantom powering (XLR-3), or external
power supply. The following descriptions refer to available product variants.
MKE ...
Back-electret condenser microphones can be identified by the inclusion of
the letters MKE in their model number.
...-C
Variants delivered without accessories and carrying case or protective
pouch.
...-2R
Variants in the -2R range are powered via the SK 2012 pocket radio
transmitter.
...-4
Variants in the -4 range are powered via the SK 50, SK 250, SK 5012 or
SK 3063 pocket radio transmitters.
...-5
Variants in the -5 range normally have open-ended cables.
...-60
Variants in the -60 range and the ME 62...67 range of microphone heads
are powered via the K6 or K6P powering modules.
...-P
Variants in the -P range are fitted with a 3-pin XLR connector, which can
be connected directly to phantom powering (DIN IEC 268-15) 12 to 48 V.
COM
These microphones are designed for use in conference and communications situations.
...
evolution microphones are designed specifically for live stage applications.
Publ. 06/02
Description of Models
26
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Condenser Microphones
Pick-up Patterns
The various pick-up patterns of back-electret condenser microphones are illustrated below.
Omni-directional
Cardioid
Super-cardioid
Lobar/gun
23
14
M
7/
CO
E6
M
E6
6/
K6
K6
K6
5/
M
E6
M
4/
E6
M
M
E6
2/
K6
K6
E1
M
m
ste
Sy
KE
2-4
M
KE
M
tin
a
pl
02
-4-
C
um
ldGo
-C
2P
P
M
KE
44
0
KE
30
M
KE
M
/1
C
04
/1
05
Recommendations for Use
Speech
Presentation
Reportage
Communications
Announcements
Vocals
Choirs
Instruments
Film/video sound
Tape
Ambience
Overhead
Publ. 06/02
Acoustic guitar
27
Overview
1.
Back-Electret Condenser Microphones
Cat. No.
Model
Brief Description
Variants
05185
04847
04846
03171
03330
04224
03006
03010
04218
04223
04736
04733
04735
04738
04739
04734
04737
05276
05277
05303
05304
———
e 664
e 865 S
Omni-directional instrument microphone
Super-cardioid vocal microphone
—
03279
03861
04032
03280
03862
03281
03282
03283
03284
03285
03312
03327
03957
03313
e 865
Super-cardioid/lobar directional microphone for video applications —
Stereo microphone with 90° cardioid capsules
—
Omni-directional sub-miniature tie-clip microphone
MKE 2-5-C
MKE 2-5-3-C
MKE 2-2R-C
MKE 2-1053-C
MKE 2-4 Gold-C
Omni-directional sub-miniature tie-clip microphone
MKE 2-60 Gold-C
MKE 2-5 Gold-C
MKE 2-5-3 Gold-C
MKE 2-4-3 Gold-C
MKE 2-2R Gold-C
MKE 2-2R3 Gold-C
MKE platinum-4-C
Omni-directional sub-miniature tie-clip microphone
MKE platinum-4-3-C
MKE platinum-5-C
MKE platinum-5-3-C
ME 102/104/105 System Modular mini-microphone system
ME 102/104/105 modular mini-microphone system
Connection cables for the ME 102, ME 104 and ME 105 capsules
K6
K6 system powering module for battery/phantom powering
K6-C
K6-CL
K6P
K6 system powering module for phantom powering
K6P-C
Overview of K6/K6P modular system
ME 62
Omni-directional microphone head — K6
—
ME 64
Cardioid microphone head — K6
—
ME 65
Super-cardioid microphone head — K6
—
ME 66
Short gun microphone head — K6
—
ME 67
Long gun microphone head — K6
—
COM 1423
Cardioid conference microphone
COM 1424
COM 1424-2
COM 1425
MKE 300
MKE 44 P
MKE 2 P-C
Page
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
Publ. 06/02
Microphones
28
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Condenser Microphone
The evolution e 664 is a pre-polarised, back-electret condenser microphone with
cardioid pick-up pattern. It is especially suitable for overhead miking of drumkits and
hi-hats, but its excellent acoustic properties also make it an ideal choice for acoustic
instruments and home recording. Matt black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
Cat. No. 05185
Features
• Very good feedback rejection
• Effective rejection of incidental rear noise
• High maximum sound pressure level
• Excellent directivity across the whole frequency range
• Wide frequency response
• Delivery includes: 1 e 664
1 microphone clip
1 pouch
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Recommended Accessories
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
Power supply
Supply current
Connector
Dimensions in mm
Weight
cardioid
40 – 20,000 Hz ± 2.5 dB
32 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
200 Ω, balanced
1 kΩ
16 dB
25 dB
130 dB at THD = 1 %
18 kΩ/7.5 V
approx. 250 µA
XLR-3
Ø 22.5 x 128
65 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Cardioid professional instrument condenser microphone, frequency response 40 Hz – 20 kHz ± 2.5 dB,
sensitivity (free field, no load) 32 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB at
1 kHz, nominal impedance 200 Ω, min. terminating
impedance 1 kΩ, max. SPL 130 dB at 1 kHz (THD =
1 %), power supply 18 kΩ/7.5 V, supply current approx.
250 µA, XLR-3 connector, dimensions Ø 22.5 x 128 mm,
weight 65 g.
29
1.
Microphones
/
Back-Electret Condenser Microphone
Cat. No. 04847 e 865 S
Cat. No. 04846 e 865
The e 865 S is a fully professional super-cardioid vocal microphone utilising the very
best in condenser microphone technology to achieve new standards of quality and
sound. The microphone capsule incorporates special blast/pop protection plate to shield
the diaphragm from excessive sound pressure levels. Sound inlet basket: refined steel.
Features
• Rugged metal body
• Extended dynamic response with pronounced presence and vocal ‘punch’
• Excellent feedback rejection
• Very good rejection of handling noise
• Very high sound pressure handling capability
• Silent ON/OFF switch (e 865 S only)
• Delivery includes: 1 e 865 S / e 865
1 microphone clip
1 pouch
Technical Data
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
super-cardioid
40 – 20,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Dimensions in mm
Weight
3 mV/Pa
200 Ω
1 kΩ
Ø 47 x 193
311 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Super-cardioid professional vocal condenser microphone, frequency response 40 Hz – 20 kHz, sensitivity
(free field, no load) 3 mV/Pa at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 200 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ,
dimensions Ø 47 x 193 mm, weight 311 g.
30
MKE 300
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Condenser Microphone
Cat. No. 03171
The MKE 300 has been specially designed for use on film and video
cameras/camcorders. It is fitted onto the camera’s flashmount and by virtue of its
super-cardioid/lobar pick-up pattern picks up the sound coming from the direction
the camera is pointing at. Colour: anthracite.
Features
• High directivity
• Sprung-mounted capsule ensures effective suppression of handling noise
• Integral power supply using an LR 44 battery (button cell)
• On/off switch with battery status indication
• Flashmount adaptor
• Quality sound with picture
• Delivery includes: 1 MKE 300 with integral foam windshield and
connection cable, 1 protection case
Technical Data
Recommended Accessories
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
Power supply
Battery life
Connector
Cable
Dimensions in mm
Weight
super-cardioid/lobar
150 – 17,000 Hz ± 3 dB
16 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
200 Ω
2.7 kΩ
18 dB
28 dB
116 dB (THD = 1 %)
1.5 V battery
200 h
3.5 mm Ø mono jack
helical cable
230 x 65 x 50
approx. 60 g
Profile
Super-cardioid/lobar directional microphone, frequency
response 150 – 17,000 Hz ± 3 dB, sensitivity (free
field, no load) 16 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 200 Ω, min. terminating impedance 2.7 kΩ,
max. SPL 116 dB at 1 kHz (THD = 1 %), power
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
supply 1.5 V battery, battery life 200 h, 3.5 mm Ø
mono jack plug, helical cable, dimensions 230 x 65 x
50 mm, weight approx. 60 g.
31
MKE 44 P
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Stereo Condenser Microphone
Cat. No. 03330
The MKE 44 P is a back-electret pre-polarised condenser microphone with two
cardioid microphone capsules set at 90° for XY stereo applications.
Features
• Light, robust and easy to handle
• Phantom (12 – 48 V) or battery powered (1 x 1.5 V AA size)
• Easy handling even in outdoor applications
• Sprung-mounted capsule ensures good suppression of handling noise
• 2-position low-frequency roll-off filter
• Transformerless balanced output on 5-pin XLR connector
• Delivery includes: 1 MKE 44 P
1 adaptor cable with 1 x 5-pin XLR-F
to 2 x 3-pin XLR-M connectors
1 velour foam windshield
1 foam-lined case
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Recommended Accessories
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
Power supply
Supply current
Battery life
Dimensions in mm
Weight
2 x cardioid
40 – 20,000 Hz
6.3 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
250 Ω
1 kΩ
25 dB
35 dB
126 dB (THD = 1 % )
phantom 12 – 48 V (± 4 V)
or 1.5 V AA size battery
2 x 1.5 mA
1000 h
Ø 44 x 190, body Ø 24
125 g
Profile
Cardioid stereo microphone for XY stereo
applications, frequency response 40 – 20,000 Hz,
sensitivity (free field, no load) 6.3 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB at
1 kHz, nominal impedance 250 Ω, min. terminating
impedance 1000 Ω, max. SPL 126 dB at 1 kHz
(THD = 1 %), power supply 12 – 48 V phantom
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
powering or 1.5 V alkaline battery, supply current
2 x 1.5 mA, battery life 1000 h, dimensions Ø 44 x
190 mm, body Ø 24 mm, weight 125 g.
32
MKE 2 P-C
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Condenser Microphone
The MKE 2 P-C is a high-quality, sub-miniature clip-on lavalier microphone which
has a multitude of applications where other clip-on microphones prove too
obtrusive because of their larger size. It fulfils the most stringent sound quality
demands and is extremely robust. It is suitable for both speech and instrument
miking applications in all areas of live work. It can be directly attached to
equipment with 12 – 48 V phantom powering. Colour: matt black.
Cat. No. 04224
Features
• Flat frequency response
• Good suppression of handling noise
• Delivery includes: 1 MKE 2 P-C clip-on microphone
1 MZC 2-1 cap (short)
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
Power supply
Supply current
Connector
Cable length
Dimensions in mm
Weight
Original size
omni-directional
20 – 20,000 Hz ± 3 dB
10 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
50 Ω
1 kΩ
28 dB
39 dB
130 dB (THD = 1 %)
phantom 12 – 48 V (± 4 V)
2.6 mA
3-pin XLR with integral
phantom power adaptor
3m
Ø 4.8
1g
Recommended Accessories
Accessory set
consisting of:
Magnetic mount set
Cat. No. 04225
2 MZW 2 (anthracite and nickel)
2 MZQ 02 (anthracite and nickel)
2 ZH 100 (anthracite and beige)
1 carrying case
MZM 2/MZM 10
Cat. No. 01866
MZW 2
MZQ 02
ZH 102
MZM 2
MZM 10
anthracite
nickel
anthracite
nickel
anthracite
beige
grey
MKE 2-5-C
MKE 2-5-3-C
MKE 2-2R-C
MKE 2-1053-C
with open-ended cable, cable length 4 m, 31 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB, black
as MKE 2-5-C, but beige
with co-axial plug for SK 2012, cable length 1.6 m, 31 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB, black
as MKE 2-2R-C, but with co-axial connector for BF 1083-U/BF 1083-V, 5 mV/Pa ± 3 dB
Cat. No. 03006
Cat. No. 03010
Cat. No. 04218
Cat. No. 04223
Publ. 06/02
Product Variants
33
MKE 2-4 Gold-C
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Condenser Microphone
The MKE 2-4 Gold-C is a high-quality, sub-miniature clip-on lavalier microphone
which is suitable for both speech and instrument miking applications in all areas of
live work. It fulfils the most stringent demands on sound quality and is extremely
rugged. A special Umbrella Diaphragm™ and a welded housing protect the MKE 2
Gold against sweat and moisture, making it an ideal choice for theatrical
productions. Colour: matt black.
Features
• Umbrella Diaphragm™ protects the mic against sweat
• Very high sound pressure handling capability
• Versatile attachment due to an extensive range of accessories
• Delivery includes: 1 MKE 2-4 Gold-C clip-on microphone
1 MZC 2-1 cap (short)
1 MZC 2-2 cap (long)
Cat. No. 04736
Measured in the free field
with MZC 2-2
capsule only
with MZW 2
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz) 5 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
Nominal impedance
1 kΩ
Min. terminating impedance 4.7 kΩ
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651) 26 dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3) 39 dB
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
142 dB (THD = 1 %)
Power supply
18 kΩ/7.5 V
Supply current
approx. 250 µA
Connector
3-pin audio connector for
SK 50/SK 250/SK 5012
Cable length
1.6 m
Dimensions in mm
Ø 4.8
Weight
1g
Original size
Recommended Accessories
Accessory set
consisting of
omni-directional
20 – 20,000 Hz ± 2,5 dB
MZ 2-1 Gold
2 MZW 2 (black and beige)
2 MZQ 02 (black and beige)
2 ZH 102 (anthracite and beige)
1 MZW 102
1 carrying case
Cat. No. 04741
Accessory set
consisting of
MZ 2-2 Gold
5 MZC 2-1 (black and beige)
5 MZC 2-2 (black and beige)
Cat. No. 04742
Accessory set
consisting of
MZ 2-3 Gold
10 make-up protection caps
Cat. No. 04743
Magnetic mount set
MZM 2/MZM 10
Cat. No. 01866
MZW 2
MZQ 02
ZH 102
MZM 2
MZM 10
anthracite
nickel
anthracite
nickel
anthracite
beige
grey
MZW 102
MZC 2-1
MZC 2-2
Make-up
Protection Cap
black
beige
black
beige
red
MKE 2-60 Gold-C
MKE 2-5 Gold-C
MKE 2-5-3 Gold-C
MKE 2-4-3 Gold-C
MKE 2-2R Gold-C
MKE 2-2R3 Gold-C
suitable for K6/K6P powering modules, cable length 3 m, 5 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB, black
with open-ended cable, cable length 4 m, 5 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB, black
as MKE 2-5 Gold-C, but beige
as MKE 2-4 Gold-C, but beige
with co-axial plug for SK 2012, cable length 1.6 m, 5 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB, black
as MKE 2-2R Gold-C, but beige
Cat. No. 04733
Cat. No. 04735
Cat. No. 04738
Cat. No. 04739
Cat. No. 04734
Cat. No. 04737
Publ. 06/02
Product Variants
34
MKE platinum-4-C
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Condenser Microphone
The MKE platinum is a high-quality, sweat-resistant, sub-miniature clip-on microphone
designed for all areas of live work. It features excellent sound quality and rugged
design. The frequency response curve has been optimised for live stage work, with
more headroom in the treble for higher levels and improved feedback rejection.
The MKE platinum is fitted with a very thin (only 1 mm) yet rugged cable, making
this microphone an ideal partner for all live sound applications.
Cat. No. 05276
Features
• Umbrella Diaphragm™ protects the mic against sweat
• Versatile attachment due to an extensive range of accessories
• High maximum sound pressure level
• Treble response adapted to the requirements of live stage work
• Thin (only 1 mm), flexible and rugged cable, low in handling noise
• Delivery includes: 1 MKE platinum-4-C clip-on microphone,
1 MZC 2-1 cap (short), 1 MZC 2-2 cap (long)
Measured in the free field
0°
90°
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz) 5 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
Nominal impedance
1 kΩ
Min. terminating impedance 4.7 kΩ
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651) 26 dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3) 39 dB
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
142 dB (THD = 1 %)
Power supply
18 kΩ/7.5 V
Supply current
approx. 250 µA
Connector
3-pin audio connector for
SK 50/SK 250/SK 5012
Cable length
1.6 m
Dimensions in mm
Ø 4.8
Weight
1g
Original size
Recommended Accessories
Accessory set
consisting of
omni-directional
20 – 20,000 Hz ± 2.5 dB
MZ 2-1 Gold
2 MZW 2 (black and beige)
2 MZQ 02 (black and beige)
2 ZH 102 (anthracite and beige)
1 MZW 102
1 carrying case
Cat. No. 04741
Accessory set
consisting of
MZ 2-2 Gold
5 MZC 2-1 (black and beige)
5 MZC 2-2 (black and beige)
Cat. No. 04742
Accessory set
consisting of
MZ 2-3 Gold
10 make-up protection caps
Cat. No. 04743
Magnetic mount set
MZM 2/MZM 10
Cat. No. 01866
MZW 2
MZQ 02
ZH 102
MZM 2
MZM 10
anthracite
nickel
anthracite
nickel
anthracite
beige
grey
MZW 102
MZC 2-1
MZC 2-2
Make-up
Protection Cap
black
beige
black
beige
red
MKE platinum-4-3-C
MKE platinum-5-C
MKE platinum-5-3-C
as MKE platinum-4-C, but beige
with open-ended cable, cable length 4 m, 5 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB, black
as MKE platinum-5-C, but beige
Cat. No. 05277
Cat. No. 05303
Cat. No. 05304
Publ. 06/02
Product Variants
35
ME 102/104/105 System
1.
Microphones
Condenser Clip-On Microphone
Modular Mini-Microphone System
The ME 102/104/105 modular mini-microphone system fulfils professional
demands for sound quality and rugged handling, and is suitable for all areas of live
work where a small and unobtrusive microphone is needed for vocal and speech
applications. Scratch-resistant matt finish: anthracite or nickel.
Frequency response ME 102
Features
• Excellent speech clarity
• Gently falling frequency response curve at low frequencies ensures good rejection
of handling and wind noise
• Minimal inherent self-noise
• Omni-directional, cardioid or super-cardioid microphone capsules, can be quickly
interchanged
• Optionally available with right-angled plug (copper wire cable, extremely insensitive
to handling noise) or with straight plug (steel wire cable, very resistant to tearing)
Frequency response ME 104/ME 105
ME 104 and KA 100
with MZQ 102
ME 102 and KA 100 S
Original size
Modules available for the ME 102/104/105 system
Microphone capsules
including windshields
(available in anthracite / nickel)
Copper wire cables
(available in anthracite / grey)
Steel wire cables
(available in anthracite / beige)
Accessory set
consisting of
Magnetic mount set
Cat. Nos.
ME 102 (+ MZW 102)
ME 104 (+ MZW 104)
ME 105 (+ MZW 104)
03876 / 03838
04227 / 04228
05301 / 05302
KA 100-4
KA 100-1083
KA 100-60
KA 100-P
KA 100-5
KA 100-2R
04233 / 04234
04399 / 04401
04237 / 04238
04241 / 04242
04245 / 04246
04229 / 04230
KA 100 S-4
KA 100 S-1083
KA 100 S-60
KA 100 S-P
KA 100 S-5
KA 100 S-2R
MZ 100
2 MZQ 102 (anthracite and grey)
2 MZQ 02 (anthracite and nickel)
2 ZH 100 (anthracite and beige)
1 carrying case
MZM 2 / MZM 10
04235 / 04236
04402 / 04403
04239 / 04240
04243 / 04244
04247 / 04248
04231 / 04232
04226
01866
Pick-up pattern
ME 102
omni-directional
ME 104
cardioid
ME 105
super-cardioid
Frequency response
ME 102
40 – 20,000 Hz
ME 104/ME 105
100 – 20,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
ME 102
10 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
ME 104
8 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
ME 105
1.6 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
Nominal impedance
ME 102/ME 104
1 kΩ
ME 105
800 Ω
Min. terminating impedance 4.7 kΩ
Equivalent noise level ME 102
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
21 dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3) 33 dB
Equivalent noise level ME 104
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
30 dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3) 38 dB
Equivalent noise level ME 105
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
32 dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3) 40 dB
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
ME 102
127 dB (THD = 1 %)
ME 104/ME 105
133 dB (THD = 1 %)
Supply current
approx. 250 µA
Dimensions in mm
Ø 6 x 12
Weight (without cable)
1g
Publ. 06/02
Technical Data ME 102/ME 104/ME 105
36
ME 102/104/105 System
1.
Microphones
Possible Combinations
Modular Mini-Microphone System
MZW 102
Metal gauze
windshields
ME 104,
cardioid
ME 102,
omni-directional
Microphone
capsules
KA 100 ...
Connecting
cables
MZW 104
MZW 104
ME 105,
super-cardioid
KA 100 S...
KA 100-4
KA 100 S-4
(SK 50,
SK 250, SK 5012)
(SK 50,
SK 250, SK 5012)
KA 100-1083
KA 100 S-1083
(BF 1083,
SK 1063, SK 2032)
(BF 1083,
SK 1063, SK 2032)
KA 100-60
KA 100 S-60
(K6/K6P)
(K6/K6P)
KA 100-P
KA 100 S-P
(phantom powering
12–48 V)
(phantom powering
12–48 V)
KA 100-5
KA 100 S-5
(open-ended cables)
(open-ended cables)
KA 100-2R
KA 100 S-2R
(SK 2012)
(SK 2012)
MZQ 102
Clip with cable routing,
for right-angled plugs only
ZH 100
MZQ 02
Pin mount
("Dracula" clip)
Crocodile clip
Publ. 06/02
Accessories
37
ME 102/104/105 System
1.
Microphones
Connection Cables
Cable length Connection to
Colour
Cat. No.
Cable
Connector
KA 100-4
3-pin audio connector
1.6 m
SK 50, SK 250,
SK 5012, SK 3063
anthracite
04233
grey
04234
3-pin audio connector
1.6 m
SK 50, SK 250,
SK 5012, SK 3063
anthracite
04235
KA 100 S-4
beige
04236
KA 100-1083
co-axial connector
1.6 m
BF 1083,
SK 1063, SK 2032
anthracite
04399
grey
04401
co-axial connector
1.6 m
BF 1083,
SK 1063, SK 2032
anthracite
04402
KA 100 S-1083
beige
04403
K6 system
3.0 m
K6/K6P
anthracite
04237
KA 100-60
grey
04238
K6 system
3.0 m
K6/K6P
anthracite
04239
KA 100 S-60
beige
04240
3-pin XLR with integral
phantom power adaptor
3.0 m
phantom powering anthracite
12–48 V (± 4 V)
grey
04241
KA 100-P
KA 100 S-P
3-pin XLR with integral
phantom power adaptor
3.0 m
phantom powering anthracite
12–48 V (± 4 V)
beige
04243
KA 100-5
without connector,
open-ended cable
3.0 m
anthracite
04245
grey
04246
without connector,
open-ended cable
3.0 m
anthracite
04247
KA 100 S-5
beige
04248
KA 100-2R
co-axial connector
1.6 m
SK 2012
anthracite
04229
grey
04230
KA 100 S-2R
co-axial connector
1.6 m
SK 2012
anthracite
04231
beige
04232
04242
04244
Example of an ME 102/104/105 system for connection to the SK 50 transmitter:
ME 102
KA 100 S-4
MZ 100
Omni-directional microphone capsule with windshield
Steel wire cable with straight plug
Accessory set, consisting of clips and a carrying case
Example of an ME 102/104/105 system for connection to the K6 modular system:
ME 104
KA 100-60
MZ 100
Cardioid microphone capsule with windshield
Copper wire cable with right-angled plug
Accessory set, consisting of clips and a carrying case
Example of an ME 102/104/105 system for connection to the SK 50 transmitter:
Super-cardioid microphone capsule with windshield
Copper wire cable with right-angled plug
Accessory set, consisting of clips and a carrying case
Publ. 06/02
ME 105
KA 100-4
MZ 100
38
K6
1.
Microphones
Powering Module
Cat. No. 03279
The K6 powering module is the heart of this Sennheiser professional modular
microphone system and can be powered either by its internal ‘AA’ size 1.5 V
battery or by 12 – 48 V phantom power. The K6 can be combined with different
condenser microphone heads to provide a wide variety of polar patterns. Matt
black, anodised scratch-resistant finish.
Features
• Switchable bass roll-off filter protects against rumble, handling, pop and wind noise
• On/off switch with battery test
• High output, low noise
• Transformerless balanced output on 3-pin XLR connector
• Delivery includes: 1 K6 powering module
1 MZQ 200 microphone clamp
1 AA battery
1 protective carrying case
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transmission factor (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Max. output voltage
Power supply
Supply current
Battery life
Dimensions in mm
Resultant length in mm*
Weight
30 – 20,000 Hz ± 1 dB
0 dB
200 Ω
1 kΩ
2 V (at 1 kHz)
phantom 12 - 48 V (± 4 V)
or 1.5 V AA size battery
2.2 mA
approx. 150 h
155 x Ø 22
94
approx. 45 g
* Resultant length: this is the figure you need to add to the
microphone head length to give the overall length of the
complete microphone.
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the powering module
Microphone head
Microphone head
Microphone head
Microphone head
Microphone head
Clip-on microphone
Mini-modular system
Shock mount
Quick release clamp
ME 62, omni-directional
ME 64, cardioid
ME 65, super-cardioid
ME 66, short gun
ME 67, long gun
MKE 2-60 Gold-C, omni-directional
ME 102/104/105 system
MZS 6
MZQ 6
Profile
Cat. No. 03281
Cat. No. 03282
Cat. No. 03283
Cat. No. 03284
Cat. No. 03285
Cat. No. 04733
Cat. No. 03287
Cat. No. 03288
Powering module for battery/phantom powering with
switchable roll-off filter, battery on/off switch with
battery test. Suitable for ME 62 – ME 67 microphone
heads and -60 versions of MKE microphones.
Transmission factor 0 dB at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 200 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ,
max. output voltage 2 V (at 1 kHz), power supply:
phantom powering 12 – 48 V or 1.5 V (AA size)
alkaline battery, supply current 2.2 mA, battery life
approx. 150 h, dimensions in mm: Ø 22 x 155,
resultant length 94 mm, weight approx. 45 g.
Product Variants
K6-C
K6-CL
as K6, but without accessories
as K6-C, but with lower sensitivity
Cat. No. 03861
Cat. No. 04032
Publ. 06/02
Recommended Accessories
39
K6P
1.
Microphones
Powering Module
The K6P powering module is at the heart of Sennheiser’s professional modular
condenser microphone system. It is similar to the K6 powering module but is
powered by 12 – 48 V phantom power only, for use where battery power is not
required (e.g. permanent installations). The K6P can be combined with various
microphone heads to produce microphones with a variety of pick-up patterns. Matt
black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
Cat. No. 03280
Features
• Switchable bass roll-off filter protects against rumble, handling, pop and wind noise
• On/off switch
• High output, low noise
• Transformerless balanced output on 3-pin XLR connector
• Delivery includes: 1 K6P powering module
1 MZQ 200 microphone clamp
1 protective carrying case
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transmission factor (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Max. output voltage
30 – 20,000 Hz ± 1 dB
0 dB
200 Ω
1 kΩ
2 V (at 1 kHz)
Power supply
Supply current
Dimensions in mm
Resultant length in mm*
Weight
phantom 12 - 48 V (± 4 V)
2.2 mA
118 x Ø 22
52
approx. 30 g
* Resultant length: this is the figure you need to add to the
microphone head length to give the overall length of the
complete microphone.
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the powering module
Recommended Accessories
MZA 14 P 48 U
ME 62, omni-directional
ME 64, cardioid
ME 65, super-cardioid
ME 66, short gun
ME 67, long gun
MKE 2-60 Gold-C, omni-directional
ME 102/104/105 system
MZS 6
MZQ 6
Profile
Cat. No. 02960
Cat. No. 03281
Cat. No. 03282
Cat. No. 03283
Cat. No. 03284
Cat. No. 03285
Cat. No. 04733
Powering module for phantom powering with switchable roll-off filter suitable for ME 62 – ME 67 microphone heads and -60 versions of MKE microphones,
transmission factor 0 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance
200 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ, max. output
voltage 2 V (at 1 kHz), phantom powering 12 V – 48 V,
supply current 2.2 mA, dimensions in mm: Ø 22 x
118, resultant length 52 mm, weight approx. 30 g.
Cat. No. 03287
Cat. No. 03288
Product Variants
K6P-C
as K6P, but without accessories
Cat. No. 03862
Publ. 06/02
Battery power supply unit
Microphone head
Microphone head
Microphone head
Microphone head
Microphone head
Clip-on microphone
Mini-modular system
Shock mount
Quick release clamp
40
1.
Microphones
K6/K6P Modular System
Possible Combinations
K6
MZW 64
MZQ 200
ME 62
MZW 64 PRO
MZS 6
ME 64
K6P
MZW 65 PRO
ME 65
MZW 66
ME 66
MZW 66 PRO
ME 67
MKE 2-60 Gold-C
MZW 67 PRO
ME 102
+ KA 100 S-60
MKE 40-60
Publ. 06/02
MZQ 6
41
ME 62
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Microphone Head
Suitable for K6 and K6P Powering Modules
Cat. No. 03281
The ME 62 is an omni-directional microphone head suitable for K6 and K6P
powering modules. It can be used for reporting, discussions and interviews. The
ME 62 is particularly suitable for good reproduction of ‘room’ ambience and
‘spaced omni’ stereo recording. Matt black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
Features
• Omni-directional pick-up pattern
• Minimal inherent self-noise
• Excellent rejection of rumble, wind and handling noise
• Wide frequency response
• High maximum sound pressure level
• Integral pop filter
• Delivery includes: 1 ME 62
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Pictured with K6 powering module and cable (available separately)
Recommended Accessories
Foam windshield
Foam windshield
MZW 64
MZW 64 pro
Cat. No. 03703
Cat. No. 03711
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
Dimensions in mm
Weight
omni-directional
20 – 20,000 Hz ± 2.5 dB
31 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
200 Ω (with K6)
1 kΩ (with K6)
15 dB
27 dB
130 dB (THD = 1 %)
Ø 22.5 x 94
30 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Omni-directional microphone head suitable for K6
and K6P powering modules. Frequency response
20 Hz – 20,000 Hz ± 2.5 dB, sensitivity (free field, no
load) 31 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance
200 Ω (with K6), min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ
(with K6), equivalent noise level A-weighted 15 dB,
CCIR-weighted 27 dB, max. SPL 130 dB at 1 kHz
(THD = 1 %), dimensions Ø 22.5 x 94 mm, weight
30 g.
42
ME 64
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Microphone Head
Suitable for K6 and K6P Powering Modules
Cat. No. 03282
The ME 64 is a cardioid microphone head designed for use with the K6 and K6P
powering modules. It has a very wide range of applications including reporting,
interviews, dubbing, live sound reinforcement and recording applications. Matt
black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
Features
• Cardioid pick-up pattern
• Excellent directivity across whole frequency range
• Very good feedback rejection
• Effective rejection of incidental rear noise
• High speech clarity
• High maximum sound pressure level
• Wide frequency range
• Integrated pop filter
• Delivery includes: ME 64
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Pictured with K6 powering module and cable (available separately)
Recommended Accessories
Foam windshield
Foam windshield
MZW 64
MZW 64 pro
Cat. No. 03703
Cat. No. 03711
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
Dimensions in mm
Weight
cardioid
40 – 20,000 Hz ± 2.5 dB
31 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
200 Ω (with K6)
1 kΩ (with K6)
16 dB
25 dB
130 dB (THD = 1 %)
Ø 22.5 x 106
35 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Cardioid microphone head suitable for K6 and K6P
powering modules. Frequency response 40 – 20,000 Hz
± 2.5 dB, sensitivity (free field, no load) 31 mV/Pa
± 2.5 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 200 Ω (with
K6), min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ (with K6),
equivalent noise level A-weighted 16 dB, CCIRweighted 25 dB, max. SPL 130 dB at 1 kHz (THD =
1 %), dimensions Ø 22.5 x 106 mm, weight 35 g.
43
ME 65
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Microphone Head
Suitable for K6 and K6P Powering Modules
Cat. No. 03283
The ME 65 is a super-cardioid microphone head designed for use with the K6 and
K6P powering modules. It is especially suited to vocal and speech applications.
Matt black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
Features
• Super-cardioid pick-up pattern
• Excellent directivity across whole frequency range
• Frequency-independent directivity ensures excellent feedback rejection
• Extremely high maximum sound pressure level
• High sensitivity
• Wide frequency range
• Integral pop filter
• Delivery includes: 1 ME 65
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Pictured with K6 powering module and cable (available separately)
Recommended Accessories
Foam windshield
MZW 65 pro
Cat. No. 03757
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
Dimensions in mm
Weight
super-cardioid
40 – 20,000 Hz ± 2.5 dB
10 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
200 Ω (with K6)
1 kΩ (with K6)
20 dB
30 dB
142 dB (THD = 3 %)
Ø 44 x 131
80 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Super-cardioid microphone head suitable for K6 and
K6P powering modules. Frequency response 40 Hz –
20,000 Hz ± 2.5 dB, sensitivity (free field, no load)
10 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 200 Ω
(with K6), min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ (with
K6), equivalent noise level A-weighted 20 dB, CCIRweighted 30 dB, max. SPL 142 dB at 1 kHz (THD =
3 %), dimensions Ø 44 x 131 mm, weight 80 g.
44
ME 66
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Microphone Head
Suitable for K6 and K6P Powering Modules
Cat. No. 03284
The ME 66 is a short gun microphone head designed for use with the K6 and K6P
powering modules. It is especially suitable for reporting, film and broadcast
location applications and for picking up quiet signals in noisy or acoustically live
environments as it discriminates against sound not emanating from the main pickup direction. Matt black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
Features
• Super-cardioid/lobar pick-up pattern
• Highly directional
• Low inherent self-noise
• High sensitivity
• Wide frequency response
• Delivery includes: 1 ME 66
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Pictured with K6 powering module and cable (available separately)
Recommended Accessories
Foam windshield
Foam windshield
MZW 66
MZW 66 pro
Cat. No. 03704
Cat. No. 03712
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
Dimensions in mm
Weight
super-cardioid/lobar
40 – 20,000 Hz ± 2.5 dB
50 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
200 Ω (with K6)
1 kΩ (with K6)
10 dB
21 dB
125 dB (THD = 1 %)
Ø 22.5 x 221
65 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Super-cardioid/lobar (short gun) microphone head
suitable for K6 and K6P powering modules.
Frequency response 40 – 20,000 Hz ± 2.5 dB,
sensitivity (free field, no load) 50 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB at
1 kHz, nominal impedance 200 Ω (with K6), min.
terminating impedance 1 kΩ (with K6), equivalent
noise level A-weighted 10 dB, CCIR-weighted 21 dB,
max. SPL 125 dB at 1 kHz (THD = 1 %), dimensions
Ø 22.5 x 221 mm, weight 65 g.
45
ME 67
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Microphone Head
Suitable for K6 and K6P Powering Modules
Cat. No. 03285
The ME 67 is a long gun microphone head designed for use with the K6 and K6P
powering modules. A highly directional microphone, it can be used where the
microphone must be placed at a distance from the sound source. Matt black,
anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
Features
• Lobar pick-up pattern
• Highly directional
• Very low inherent self-noise
• High sensitivity factor
• Wide frequency response
• Delivery includes: 1 ME 67
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Pictured with K6 powering module and cable (available separately)
Recommended Accessories
Foam windshield
MZW 67 pro
Cat. No. 03832
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
Dimensions in mm
Weight
lobar (long gun)
40 – 20,000 Hz ± 2.5 dB
50 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
200 Ω (with K6)
1 kΩ (with K6)
10 dB
21 dB
125 dB (THD = 1 %)
Ø 22.5 x 343
100 g
Profile
Product Variants
Publ. 06/02
Lobar (long gun) microphone head suitable for K6
and K6P powering modules. Frequency response
50 Hz – 20,000 Hz ± 2.5 dB, sensitivity (free field, no
load) 50 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 200 Ω (with K6), min. terminating
impedance 1 kΩ (with K6), equivalent noise level
A-weighted 10 dB, CCIR-weighted 21 dB, max. SPL
125 dB at 1 kHz (THD = 1 %), dimensions Ø 22.5 x
343 mm, weight 100 g.
46
COM 1423
1.
Microphones
Back-Electret Condenser Microphone
Cat. No. 03312
The COM 1423 is a conference microphone with gooseneck and an integral
phantom power adaptor designed for conference, sound reinforcement, translation
and studio applications. Matt black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
Features
• Cardioid pick-up pattern
• High-quality speech reproduction
• Wide frequency response
• Slim and unobtrusive
• 390 mm long
• 12 – 48 V phantom power supply
• Delivery includes: 1 COM 1423
1 MZW 1420
COM 1423
Technical Data
COM 1424
COM 1424-2
COM 1425
Recommended Accessories
Table stand
Quick release clamp
MZT 100
MZQ 100
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 02155
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. SPL (1 kHz)
Power supply COM 1423
Supply current
Connector
Length
Weight
cardioid
50 – 20,000 Hz
8 mV/Pa ± 2.5 dB
50 Ω
1 kΩ
26 dB
36 dB
133 dB (THD = 1 %)
phantom 12 - 48 V (± 4 V)
2.6 mA
3-pin XLR with integral
phantom power adaptor
390 mm
75 g
Profile
Cardioid conference microphone, frequency response
50 – 20,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no load) 8 mV/Pa
± 2.5 dB, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ, phantom
powering 12 – 48 V, integral 3-pin XLR connector,
length 390 mm, weight 75 g.
COM 1425*
as COM 1423, but for permanent installations, complete with open-ended cable, length 361 mm Cat. No. 03313
COM 1424*
as COM 1423, but with 8-pin tuchel connector, red signal light, length 374 mm
Cat. No. 03327
COM 1424-2*
similar to COM 1424, but with budget capsule, length 404 mm
Cat. No. 03957
* Power supply requirements: external voltage between + 4 V and + 15 V DC
Publ. 06/02
Product Variants
47
1.
Microphones
RF Condenser Microphones
Operating Principle of the RF Condenser Microphone
RF condenser microphones constitute a unique, sophisticated class of condenser
microphones. They fulfil the very highest demands made on sound quality and
versatility, and are renowned for their high quality, highly accurate sound
reproduction, ruggedness, all-weather operation, wide frequency response and
extremely low inherent self-noise.
Usually, a high capsule polarisation voltage would be necessary, however, RF
condenser microphones use a comparatively low RF voltage, generated by a lownoise oscillator. It is modulated by the capacitance changes produced by the sound
waves moving the capsule diaphragm. Following the demodulation, a low-noise
audio frequency signal with very low source impedance is available, which can be
used to directly drive ‘ordinary’ bipolar transistors.
As bipolar transistors produce less random noise than the field-effect transistors
usually needed, electrical equalisation technology can be included to increase the
microphone’s dynamic range and linearise its frequency response. As a result, an
excellent low frequency response can be achieved even with small capsules, which
would normally only be possible using larger capsules. In addition, small capsules
achieve a considerably better high frequency response than large capsules.
dB
+ 20
Studio
condenser
microphone
+ 10
MKH 40
0
10
40 Hz
100 Hz
200 Hz
500 Hz
1 kHz
2 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz
20 kHz
One-third octave band analysis of the MKH 40 inherent noise
compared to a conventional low-noise studio condenser
microphone
%
3
2.5
2
Other studio
condenser
microphones
1.5
1
MKH 40
0.5
0
The RF process results in a considerable reduction of the electrical impedance of
the capsule and enables RF condenser microphones to be operated in all weather
conditions. A further advantage of this process is that an ungrounded audio
frequency signal is available although the capsule is grounded. This is why all RF
condenser microphones possess a genuine fully floating, balanced output without
having to use an audio frequency transformer.
200
500
1k
2k
5k
10k
20kHz
Correlation of frequency and intermodulation distortion
Sennheiser’s Revolutionary Symmetrical Microphone Capsule
The MKH 20 to 800 microphones have Sennheiser’s unique and revolutionary
symmetrical push-pull capsule. Besides the normal back plate, this capsule is fitted
with an additional front plate, with the diaphragm being positioned between them.
Both plates are acoustically transparent. Any impedance changes in the air gaps
between the diaphragm and the respective plate are opposite and therefore cancel
each other out, which leads to an unchanging acoustic impedance. This balanced
design produces extremely low distortion figures and a higher capsule output that
gives a much lower noise figure. The result is a microphone series unmatched in
clarity and neutrality.
Sennheiser’s symmetrical push-pull transducer
Power Supply Units
All RF condenser microphones use 48 V phantom powering (P 48). The TU-3 version
of the MKH 416 operates using 12 V AB (T) powering. All models are powered
externally via the microphone cable. The MZA 14 P 48 U (or MZA 14 TU) battery
unit is available for both types of powering.
Connections
MZA 14
Publ. 06/02
All RF condenser microphones are fitted with a 3-pin XLR connector as standard.
Standard polarity results in a positive voltage at pin 2 against pin 3, when pressure
increases in front of the diaphragm.
48
1.
Microphones
RF Condenser Microphones
Pick-up Patterns
The various pick-up patterns of Sennheiser’s MKH RF condenser microphones are
illustrated by the examples below:
Omni-directional
Figure-of-eight
Cardioid
MKH 20
MKH 30
MKH 40
Super-cardioid
Short gun
Long gun
MKH 50
MKH 60
MKH 70
6
41
0
KH
M
KH
80
80
M
KH
M
KH
70
60
M
KH
50
M
KH
M
KH
40
30
M
KH
M
M
KH
20
Recommendations for Use
Live recordings
Main microphone
Support microphone
MS stereo
Nature recordings
Sound effects
Outside broadcast
Film
Close-miking
Hand-held microphones
with MZP 40
Publ. 06/02
with suspension/pistol grip
49
Overview
1.
RF Condenser Microphones
Cat. No.
Model
Brief Description
Variants
02857
02872
02645
03109
03148
03149
03004
MKH 20
MKH 30
MKH 40
MKH 50
MKH 60
MKH 70
MKH 80
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
04927
MKH 800
01511
01567
MKH 416 P 48 U3
Omni-directional studio microphone
Figure-of-eight studio microphone
Cardioid studio microphone
Super-cardioid studio microphone
Short gun (interference tube) microphone
Long gun (interference tube) microphone
Studio microphone with 5 switchable pick-up patterns
Polar diagrams and frequency response curves of the MKH 80
Studio microphone with 5 switchable pick-up patterns
Polar diagrams and frequency response curves of the MKH 800
Short gun (interference tube) microphone
—
Page
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
MKH 416 TU-3
Publ. 06/02
Microphones
50
MKH 20
1.
Microphones
RF Symmetrical Capsule Condenser Microphone
The MKH 20 is usually used as a main microphone for orchestras and solo
instruments, and picks up the natural acoustics of the room, though it does have a
much wider range of applications as omni-directional microphones do not suffer
from ‘proximity effect’.
Cat. No. 02857
Features
• Exceptionally flat frequency response, switchable for near and diffuse field applications
• High-frequency response can be accentuated by means of a pressure build-up ring
• Slightly increasing directivity at high frequencies to adjust tonal balance
• Exceptionally low inherent self-noise
• Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
• Switchable pre-attenuation
• Black, anodised light metal body
• Delivery includes: 1 MKH 20, 1 MZS 40 shock mount,
1 MZW 41 windshield, 1 pressure build-up ring
Effect of diffuse-field correction
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Recommended Accessories
Battery power supply unit
Table stand
Dual clip
Fish pole
Shock mount
Foam windshield
Popshield
Shock mount
Basket windshield
Hairy cover
Product Variants
MZA 14 P 48 U
MZT 441
MZT 100
MZD 30, for MS stereo
MZB 415
MZS 40
MZW 41
MZP 40
MZS 20-1
MZW 20-1
MZH 20-1
Cat. No. 02960
Cat. No. 00799
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 02990
Cat. No. 00972
Cat. No. 03017
Cat. No. 29681
Cat. No. 03132
Cat. No. 03609
Cat. No. 03606
Cat. No. 03610
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz) 25 (8) mV/Pa ± 1 dB
Nominal impedance
150 Ω
Min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651) 10 (18) dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3) 20 (28) dB
Max. sound pressure level 134 (142) dB at 1 kHz
Power supply
phantom 48 ± 4 V
Supply current
2 mA
Dimensions in mm
Ø 25 x 153
Weight
approx. 100 g
Values in parentheses with attenuator switched on (–10 dB)
Profile
Omni-directional studio microphone with switchable diffuse-field correction, switchable pre-attenuation
and pressure build-up ring, frequency response 12 Hz –
20,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no load) 25 (8) mV/Pa
± 1 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 150 Ω, min.
terminating impedance 1 kΩ, equivalent noise level
A-weighted 10 (18) dB, CCIR-weighted 20 (28) dB,
max. SPL 134 (142) dB at 1 kHz, phantom powering
48 ± 4 V, supply current 2 mA, dimensions in mm Ø
25 x 153, weight approx. 100 g. Values in parentheses
with attenuator switched on (–10 dB).
Publ. 06/02
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
omni-directional
12 – 20,000 Hz
51
MKH 30
1.
Microphones
RF Symmetrical Capsule Condenser Microphone
The symmetrical transducer design of the MKH 30 produces an unusually wide
and smooth frequency response. It is particularly suited to soloists and small
instrumental groups and can also serve as an ‘S’ microphone in MS stereo
applications. As a support microphone it is particularly useful in the effective
suppression of sounds from adjacent sound sources.
Cat. No. 02872
Features
• High rejection of lateral sounds
• Exceptionally low inherent self-noise
• Symmetrical transducer technology ensures extremely low distortion
• Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
•
•
•
•
Switchable roll-off filter to compensate for proximity effects at a distance of approx. 0.5 m
Switchable pre-attenuation
Black, anodised light metal body
Delivery includes: 1 MKH 30, 1 MZS 80 shock mount, 1 MZW 41 windshield
Effect of switchable roll-off filter
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Product Variants
Cat. No. 02960
Cat. No. 00799
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 02990
Cat. No. 00972
Cat. No. 03685
Cat. No. 29681
Cat. No. 03132
Cat. No. 03609
Cat. No. 03606
Cat. No. 03610
Profile
Figure-of-eight studio directional microphone with
switchable pre-attenuation and switchable roll-off filter.
Frequency response 40 – 20,000 Hz, sensitivity (free
field, no load) 25 (8) mV/Pa ± 1 dB at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 150 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ,
equivalent noise level A-weighted 13 (19) dB, CCIRweighted 22 (28) dB, max. SPL 134 (142) dB at
1 kHz, phantom powering 48 ± 4 V, supply current
2 mA, dimensions Ø 25 x 174 mm, weight approx.
110 g. Values in parentheses with attenuator switched
on (–10 dB).
Publ. 06/02
Dual clip
Fish pole
Shock mount
Foam windshield
Popshield
Shock mount
Basket windshield
Hairy cover
MZA 14 P 48 U
MZT 441
MZT 100
MZD 30, for MS stereo
MZB 415
MZS 80
MZW 41
MZP 40
MZS 20-1
MZW 20-1
MZH 20-1
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz) 25 (8) mV/Pa ± 1dB
Nominal impedance
150 Ω
Min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651) 13 (19) dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3) 22 (28) dB
Max. sound pressure level 134 (142) dB at 1 kHz
Power supply
phantom 48 ± 4 V
Supply current
2 mA
Dimensions in mm
Ø 25 x 174
Weight
approx. 110 g
Values in parentheses with attenuator switched on (–10 dB)
Recommended Accessories
Battery power supply unit
Table stand
figure-of-eight
40 – 20,000 Hz
52
MKH 40
1.
Microphones
RF Symmetrical Capsule Condenser Microphone
The MKH 40 has a large number of applications, for example as a main microphone,
especially in lightly reverberant or acoustically less perfect rooms, with instrumental
groups or for speech applications. Its wide-angled, neutral directional characteristics
and high level of reverse attenuation ensure an exceptionally balanced sound.
Cat. No. 02645
Features
• Maximum front-to-back ratio
• Exceptionally low inherent self-noise
• Symmetrical transducer technology ensures extremely low distortion
• Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
• Switchable roll-off filter to compensate for proximity effects at a distance of approx. 0.5 m
• Switchable pre-attenuation
• Black, anodised light metal bodv
• Delivery includes: 1 MKH 40, 1 MZS 40 shock mount,
1 MZW 41 windshield
Effect of switchable roll-off filter
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
cardioid
40 – 20,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz) 25 (8) mV/Pa ± 1dB
Nominal impedance
150 Ω
Min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651) 12 (18) dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3) 21 (27) dB
Recommended Accessories
Battery power supply unit
Table stand
Dual clip
Fish pole
Shock mount
Foam windshield
Popshield
Shock mount
Basket windshield
Hairy cover
Product Variants
MZA 14 P 48 U
MZT 441
MZT 100
MZD 30, for MS stereo
MZB 415
MZS 40
MZW 41
MZP 40
MZS 20-1
MZW 20-1
MZH 20-1
Cat. No. 02960
Cat. No. 00799
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 02990
Cat. No. 00972
Cat. No. 03017
Cat. No. 29681
Cat. No. 03132
Cat. No. 03609
Cat. No. 03606
Cat. No. 03610
Max. sound pressure level
Power supply
Supply current
Dimensions in mm
Weight
134 (142) dB at 1 kHz
phantom 48 ± 4 V
2 mA
Ø 25 x 153
approx. 100 g
Values in parentheses with attenuator switched on (–10 dB)
Profile
Cardioid studio directional microphone with switchable
pre-attenuation and switchable roll-off filter. Frequency
response 40 Hz – 20,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no
load) 25 (8) mV/Pa ± 1dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance
150 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ, equivalent noise
level A-weighted 12 (18) dB, CCIR-weighted 21 (27) dB,
max. SPL 134 (142) dB at 1 kHz, phantom powering 48
± 4 V, supply current 2 mA, dimensions Ø 25 x 153 mm,
weight approx. 100 g. Values in parentheses with
attenuator switched on (–10 dB).
Publ. 06/02
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
53
MKH 50
1.
Microphones
RF Symmetrical Capsule Condenser Microphone
The super-cardioid MKH 50 offers a higher attenuation of diffuse-field and lateral
sound than the cardioid microphone. It is principally designed for use as a soloist’s
or spot microphone for applications requiring a high degree of side-borne sound
muting and feedback rejection. The directional characteristics are frequencyindependent.
Cat. No. 03109
Features
• High rejection of lateral sounds
• Exceptionally low inherent self-noise
• Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
• Symmetrical transducer technology ensures extremely low distortion
• Switchable roll-off filter to compensate for proximity effects at a distance of approx. 0.5 m
• Switchable pre-attenuation
• Black, anodised light metal body
• Delivery includes: 1 MKH 50, 1 MZS 40 shock mount, 1 MZW 41 windshield
Effect of switchable roll-off filter
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Recommended Accessories
Battery power supply unit
Table stand
Dual clip
Fish pole
Shock mount
Foam windshield
Popshield
Shock mount
Basket windshield
Hairy cover
Product Variants
MZA 14 P 48 U
MZT 441
MZT 100
MZD 30, for MS stereo
MZB 415
MZS 40
MZW 41
MZP 40
MZS 20-1
MZW 20-1
MZH 20-1
Cat. No. 02960
Cat. No. 00799
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 02990
Cat. No. 00972
Cat. No. 03017
Cat. No. 29681
Cat. No. 03132
Cat. No. 03609
Cat. No. 03606
Cat. No. 03610
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz) 25 (8) mV/Pa ± 1 dB
Nominal impedance
150 Ω
Min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651) 12 (18) dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3) 21 (27) dB
Max. sound pressure level 134 (142) dB at 1 kHz
Power supply
phantom 48 ± 4 V
Supply current
2 mA
Dimensions in mm
Ø 25 x 153
Weight
approx. 100 g
Values in parentheses with attenuator switched on (–10 dB)
Profile
Super-cardioid studio directional microphone with
switchable pre-attenuation and switchable roll-off filter.
Frequency response 40 Hz – 20,000 Hz, sensitivity (free
field, no load) 25 (8) mV/Pa ± 1dB at 1 kHz, nominal
impedance 150 Ω, min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ,
equivalent noise level A-weighted 12 (18) dB, CCIRweighted 21 (27) dB, max. SPL 134 (142) dB at 1 kHz,
phantom powering 48 ± 4 V, supply current 2 mA,
dimensions Ø 25 x 153 mm, weight approx. 100 g.
Values in parentheses with attenuator switched on
(–10 dB).
Publ. 06/02
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
super-cardioid
40 – 20,000 Hz
54
MKH 60
1.
Microphones
RF Symmetrical Capsule Condenser Microphone
Cat. No. 03148
The MKH 60 is a lightweight short gun microphone. It is versatile and easy to
handle and its superb lateral sound muting makes it an excellent choice for film
and reporting applications. Its high degree of directivity ensures high sound quality
for distance applications.
Features
• Extremely low inherent self-noise
• High sensitivity
• High directivity throughout the whole frequency range
• Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
• Infra-sonic cut-off filter
• Symmetrical transducer technology ensures extremely low distortion
• Switchable pre-attenuation, switchable roll-off filter and switchable treble emphasis
• Rugged and weather-proof
• Black, anodised light metal body
• Delivery includes: 1 MKH 60, 1 MZQ 40 quick release clamp
Effect of switchable roll-off filter
Effect of switchable treble emphasis
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Recommended Accessories
Battery power supply unit
Table stand
Quick release clamp
Shock mount
Foam windshield
Shock mount
Basket windshield
Hairy cover
MZA 14 P 48 U
MZT 100
MZT 441
MZQ 40
MZS 40
MZW 61
MZS 20-1
MZW 60-1
MZH 60-1
Possible Combinations
Table stand:
Suspension/windshield:
MZT 100 or MZT 441, MZQ 40
MZS 40, MZW 61 or
MZS 20-1, MZW 60-1, MZH 60-1
Cat. No. 02960
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 00799
Cat. No. 35077
Cat. No. 03017
Cat. No. 03194
Cat. No. 03609
Cat. No. 03607
Cat. No. 03224
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz) 40 (12.5) mV/Pa
Nominal impedance
150 Ω
Min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651) 6 (14) dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)18 (25) dB
Max. sound pressure level 125 (134) dB at 1 kHz
Power supply
phantom 48 ± 4 V
Supply current
2 mA
Dimensions in mm
Ø 25 x 280
Weight
150 g
Values in parentheses with attenuator switched on (–10 dB)
Profile
Super-cardioid/lobar (short gun) interference tube
microphone with infrasonic cut-off filter, switchable
pre-attenuation, switchable roll-off filter and switchable
treble emphasis. Frequency response 50 – 20,000 Hz,
sensitivity (free field, no load) 40 (12.5) mV/Pa at
1 kHz, nominal impedance 150 Ω, min. terminating
impedance 1 kΩ, equivalent noise level A-weighted
6 (14) dB, CCIR-weighted 18 (25) dB, max. SPL
125 (134) dB at 1 kHz, phantom powering 48 ± 4 V,
supply current 2 mA, dimensions Ø 25 x 280 mm,
weight 150 g. Values in parentheses with attenuator
switched on (–10 dB).
Publ. 06/02
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
super-cardioid/lobar
50 – 20,000 Hz
55
MKH 70
1.
Microphones
RF Symmetrical Capsule Condenser Microphone
Cat. No. 03149
The MKH 70 is a lightweight long gun microphone. Its excellent directivity is
particularly suited to applications undertaken in difficult conditions, such as high
background noise and distance microphone positioning. Its frequency-independent
directivity prevents sound colouration from off-axis sound sources.
Features
• Exceptionally low inherent self-noise
• Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
• Infra-sonic cut-off filter
• Symmetrical transducer technology ensures extremely low distortion
• Switchable pre-attenuation, switchable roll-off filter and switchable treble emphasis
• Rugged and weather-proof
• Black, anodised light metal body
• Delivery includes: 1 MKH 70
Effect of switchable roll-off filter
Effect of switchable treble emphasis
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Recommended Accessories
Battery power supply unit
Table stand
Quick release clamp
Shock mount
Foam windshield
Shock mount
Basket windshield
Hairy cover
MZA 14 P 48 U
MZT 100
MZT 441
MZQ 40
MZS 40
MZW 71
MZS 20-1
MZW 70-1
MZH 70-1
Possible Combinations
Table stand:
Suspension/windshield:
MZT 100 or MZT 441, MZQ 40
MZS 40, MZW 71 or
MZS 20-1, MZW 70-1, MZH 70-1
Cat. No. 02960
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 00799
Cat. No. 35077
Cat. No. 03017
Cat. No. 03195
Cat. No. 03609
Cat. No. 03608
Cat. No. 03225
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz) 50 (15) mV/Pa
Nominal impedance
150 Ω
Min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651) 5 (13) dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)16 (24) dB
Max. sound pressure level 124 (132) dB at 1 kHz
Power supply
phantom 48 ± 4 V
Supply current
2 mA
Dimensions in mm
Ø 25 x 410
Weight
180 g
Values in parentheses with attenuator switched on (–10 dB)
Profile
Super-cardioid/lobar (long gun) interference tube
microphone with infra-sonic cut-off filter, switchable
pre-attenuation, switchable roll-off filter and switchable
treble emphasis. Frequency response 50 – 20,000 Hz,
sensitivity (free field, no load) 50 (15) mV/Pa at 1 kHz,
nominal impedance 150 Ω, min. terminating impedance
1 kΩ, equivalent noise level A-weighted 5 (13) dB,
CCIR-weighted 16 (24) dB, max. SPL 124 (132) dB at
1 kHz, phantom powering 48 ± 4 V, supply current
2 mA, dimensions Ø 25 x 410 mm, weight 180 g. Values
in parentheses with attenuator switched on (–10 dB).
Publ. 06/02
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
super-cardioid/lobar
50 – 20,000 Hz
56
MKH 80
1.
Microphones
RF Symmetrical Capsule Condenser Microphone
Cat. No. 03004
The MKH 80 is a variable pattern condenser microphone with five switchable
pick-up patterns. It is a superior microphone for any recording application, offering
high clarity and the absolute minimum colouration. It is visually unobtrusive due
to its compact design.
Features
• Wide, flat frequency response
• Extended low frequency response
• Exceptionally low inherent self-noise
• Wide dynamic range
• Switchable pre-attenuation, switchable roll-off filter and switchable treble emphasis
• Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
• LED for on-axis alignment
• Haematite-anodised light metal body
• Delivery includes: 1 MKH 80 P 48, 1 MZS 80 shock mount,
1 MZW 80 windshield
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. sound pressure level
Power supply
Supply current
Dimensions in mm
Weight
omni-directional, wide
cardioid, cardioid, supercardioid, figure-of-eight
30 – 20,000 Hz
40 mV/Pa ± 1 dB
150 Ω
1 kΩ
10 dB
20 dB
136 (142) dB at 1 kHz
phantom 48 ± 4 V
3 mA
Ø 26.7 x 176
135 g
Values in parentheses with attenuator switched on (6/12 dB)
Profile
Recommended Accessories
Battery power supply unit
Foam windshield
Shock mount
Popshield
Product Variants
MZA 14 P 48 U
MZW 80, anthracite
MZS 80
MZP 40
Cat. No. 02960
Cat. No. 03780
Cat. No. 03685
Cat. No. 03132
Publ. 06/02
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Studio microphone with 5 switchable pick-up patterns
(omni-directional, wide cardioid, cardioid, super-cardioid,
figure-of-eight), switchable pre-attenuation, switchable
roll-off filter and switchable treble emphasis. Frequency
response 30 – 20,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no load)
40 mV/Pa ± 1 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 150 Ω,
min. terminating impedance 1 kΩ, equivalent noise level
A-weighted 10 dB, CCIR-weighted 20 dB, max. sound
pressure level 136 (142) dB at 1 kHz, phantom powering
48 ± 4 V, supply current 3 mA, dimensions Ø 26.7 x
176 mm, weight 135 g. Values in parentheses with
attenuator switched on (6/12 dB).
57
MKH 80
1.
Microphones
RF Symmetrical Capsule Condenser Microphone
Polar Diagrams and Frequency Response Curves
Omni-directional
Omni-directional
Wide cardioid
Wide cardioid
Cardioid
Cardioid
Super-cardioid
Super-cardioid
Figure-of-eight
Publ. 06/02
Figure-of-eight
58
MKH 800 P 48
1.
Microphones
RF Symmetrical Capsule Condenser Microphone
Cat. No. 04827
The MKH 800 condenser microphone is the first microphone to fully utilise the
wider frequency response and dynamic range of the new high bitrate standard of
advanced digital recording systems (for example SACD). Featuring five switchable
pick-up patterns, the MKH 800 is a superior microphone for any recording
application, offering high clarity and the absolute minimum colouration.
Features
• Extended frequency response up to 50 kHz
• Wide, flat frequency response
• Exceptionally low inherent self-noise, wide dynamic range
• Switchable pre-attenuation, switchable roll-off filter and switchable treble emphasis
• Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
• LED for on-axis alignment
• Anodised light metal body
• Delivery includes: 1 MKH 800 P 48, 1 MZS 80 shock mount,
1 MZW 80 windshield
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz)
Nominal impedance
Min. terminating impedance
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651)
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)
Max. sound pressure level
Power supply
Supply current
Dimensions in mm
Weight
omni-directional, wide
cardioid, cardioid, supercardioid, figure-of-eight
30 – 50,000 Hz
40 mV/Pa ± 1 dB
150 Ω
2 kΩ
10 dB
20 dB
136 (142) dB at 1 kHz
phantom 48 ± 4 V
3 mA
Ø 26.7 x 176
135 g
Values in parentheses with attenuator switched on (6/12 dB)
Profile
Recommended Accessories
Battery power supply unit
Foam windshield
Shock mount
Popshield
Product Variants
MZA 14 P 48 U
MZW 80, anthracite
MZS 80
MZP 40
Cat. No. 02960
Cat. No. 03780
Cat. No. 03685
Cat. No. 03132
Publ. 06/02
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Studio microphone with 5 switchable pick-up patterns
(omni-directional, wide cardioid, cardioid, super-cardioid,
figure-of-eight), switchable pre-attenuation, switchable
roll-off filter and switchable treble emphasis. Frequency
response 30 – 50,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field, no load)
40 mV/Pa ± 1 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance 150 Ω,
min. terminating impedance 2 kΩ, equivalent noise level
A-weighted 10 dB, CCIR-weighted 20 dB, max. sound
pressure level 136 (142) dB at 1 kHz, phantom powering
48 ± 4 V, supply current 3 mA, dimensions Ø 26.7 x
176 mm, weight 135 g. Values in parentheses with
attenuator switched on (6/12 dB).
59
MKH 800 P 48
1.
Microphones
RF Symmetrical Capsule Condenser Microphone
Polar Diagrams and Frequency Response Curves
Omni-directional
Omni-directional
Wide cardioid
Wide cardioid
Cardioid
Cardioid
Super-cardioid
Super-cardioid
Figure-of-eight
Publ. 06/02
Figure-of-eight
60
MKH 416 P 48 U 3
1.
Microphones
RF Condenser Microphone
Short Gun Interference Tube Microphone
Cat. No. 01511
The MKH 416 is a short gun interference tube microphone. Its excellent directivity
and compact design, high consonant articulation and feedback rejection make the
MKH 416 a superb all-round microphone for film, radio and television, especially
for outside broadcast applications.
Features
• Increased directivity due to interference tube principle
• Very low inherent self-noise
• High sensitivity
• Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
• Rugged, suitable for adverse climatic conditions
• Matt black all-metal body
• Delivery includes: 1 MKH 416 P 48 U 3
1 MZW 415 windshield
Technical Data
Pick-up pattern
Frequency response
super-cardioid/lobar
40 – 20,000 Hz
Sensitivity
(free field, no load) (1 kHz) 25 mV/Pa ± 1 dB
Nominal impedance
25 Ω
Min. terminating impedance 800 Ω
Recommended Accessories
Battery power supply unit
Table stand
Quick release clamp
Foam windshield
Shock mount
Basket windshield
Hairy cover
MZA 14 P 48 U
MZT 100
MZT 105-1
MZT 441
MZQ 100
MZW 415
MZS 20-1
MZW 60-1
MZH 60-1
Cat. No. 02960
Cat. No. 01883
Cat. No. 00524
Cat. No. 00799
Cat. No. 02155
Cat. No. 00895
Cat. No. 03609
Cat. No. 03607
Cat. No. 03224
Possible Combinations
Table stand:
Suspension/windshield:
MZT 100, MZT 105-1 or MZT 441, MZQ 100
MZS 20-1, MZW 60-1, MZH 60-1
Profile
Super-cardioid/lobar short interference tube microphone,
frequency response 40 – 20,000 Hz, sensitivity (free field,
no load) 25 mV/Pa ± 1 dB at 1 kHz, nominal impedance
25 Ω, min. terminating impedance 800 Ω, equivalent noise
level A-weighted approx. 13 dB, CCIR-weighted approx.
24 dB, max. sound pressure level 130 dB at 1 kHz,
phantom powering 48 ± 12 V, supply current 2 mA,
dimensions Ø 19 x 250 mm, weight approx. 165 g.
Product Variants
MKH 416 TU-3
as MKH 416 P 48 U 3, but 12 V AB (T) powered
Cat. No. 01567
Publ. 06/02
Cable pictured is an accessory not supplied with the microphone
Equivalent noise level
A-weighted (DIN IEC 651) approx. 13 dB
CCIR-weighted (CCIR 468-3)approx. 24 dB
Max. sound pressure level 130 dB at 1 kHz
Power supply
phantom 48 ± 12 V
Supply current
2 mA
Dimensions in mm
Ø 19 x 250
Weight
approx. 165 g
61
1.
Microphones
Overview
Accessories
Power Supplies for Condenser Microphones
MZA 14 P 48 ............................................................................................................ 63
MZA 14 TU ............................................................................................................ 63
Microphone Clamps
MZA 441 .................................................................................................................. 64
MZD 30 .................................................................................................................... 64
MZM 2 / MZM 10 .................................................................................................. 64
MZQ 6 ...................................................................................................................... 64
MZQ 40 .................................................................................................................... 65
MZQ 100 .................................................................................................................. 65
MZQ 200 .................................................................................................................. 65
MZQ 441 .................................................................................................................. 65
Shock Mounts and Mounting Accessories
MZS 6 ...................................................................................................................... 66
MZS 40 .................................................................................................................... 66
MZS 80 .................................................................................................................... 66
MZS 415-3 ..................................................................................................................66
MZG 415-3 ................................................................................................................67
MZB 415 .................................................................................................................. 67
MZH 604 .................................................................................................................. 67
MZQ 800 ..................................................................................................................67
Table Stands
MZT 100 .................................................................................................................. 68
MZT 105-1 .............................................................................................................. 68
MZT 417 .................................................................................................................. 68
MZT 441 .................................................................................................................. 68
MZT 14 .................................................................................................................... 69
Windshields
MZW 40 .................................................................................................................. 70
MZW 61 .................................................................................................................. 70
MZW 64 .................................................................................................................. 70
MZW 64 pro ............................................................................................................ 70
MZW 65 pro ............................................................................................................ 71
MZW 66 .................................................................................................................. 71
MZW 66 pro ............................................................................................................ 71
MZW 67 pro ............................................................................................................ 71
MZW 71 .................................................................................................................. 72
MZW 80 .................................................................................................................. 72
MZW 415 ................................................................................................................ 72
MZW 416-1 .............................................................................................................. 72
MZW 421 ................................................................................................................ 73
MZW 441 ................................................................................................................ 73
MZW 4032 .............................................................................................................. 73
MZW 1032-PRO ...................................................................................................... 73
MZW 48 F ................................................................................................................ 74
MZW 1420 .............................................................................................................. 74
MZP 40 .................................................................................................................... 74
Publ. 06/02
MZW 41 .................................................................................................................. 74
62
1.
Microphones
Overview
Accessories
Outdoor Protection for the MKH Range
Outdoor Protection for MKH 20 – MKH 50
MZH 20-1 ................................................................................................................. 75
MZW 20-1 ................................................................................................................ 75
MZS 20-1 .................................................................................................................. 75
Outdoor Protection for MKH 60 and MKH 416
MZH 60-1 ................................................................................................................. 76
MZW 60-1 ................................................................................................................ 76
MZS 20-1 .................................................................................................................. 76
Outdoor Protection for MKH 70
MZH 70-1 ................................................................................................................. 77
MZW 70-1 ................................................................................................................ 77
Publ. 06/02
MZS 20-1 .................................................................................................................. 77
63
1.
Microphones
Power Supplies for Condenser Microphones
Battery power supply unit
MZA 14 P 48 U
The MZA 14 P 48 U is designed to supply phantompowered condenser microphones. A voltage transformer
increases the voltage of a 9 V IEC 6 LF 22 (PP3 size)
battery to 48 V (phantom powering). The unit is fitted
with XLR connectors. Operating time approx. 25 hours.
Dimensions: 95 x 70.5 x 36.6 mm.
Cat. No. 02960
Battery power supply unit
MZA 14 TU
The MZA 14 TU is designed to supply AB (T)powered condenser microphones (MKH 416 TU 3).
A voltage transformer increases the voltage of a 9 V
IEC 6 LF 22 (PP3 size) battery to 12 V. The unit is
fitted with XLR connectors. Operating time approx.
30 hours.
Dimensions: 95 x 70.5 x 36.6 mm.
Cat. No. 02959
Publ. 06/02
Accessories
64
1.
Microphones
Microphone Clamps
Accessories
MZA 441
Quick release clamp and microphone clamp with
interchangeable 3/8”, 5/8”, and 1/2” thread for use on
floor and table stands. Suitable for the MD 441.
Colour: black microphone clamp, transparent quick
release clamp.
Cat. No. 00993
Dual clip
MZD 30
for connection of MKH 30 with a microphone from the
MKH 20 – MKH 70 range for MS stereo recording.
Made from highly durable hytrel.
Cat. No. 02990
Magnetic clamp and mount
MZM 2/MZM 10
for attachment of MKE 2, MKE platinum and ME 102/
ME 104/ME 105 microphone heads to clothing.
Cat. No. 01866
Camera adaptor
MZQ 6
Microphone clamp with integral flashmount adaptor
for secure attachment of K6/K6P powering modules
to the flashmount of video cameras.
Thread: 1/4”.
Colour: black.
Cat. No. 03288
MZM 10
Publ. 06/02
MZM 2
Microphone clamp
65
1.
Microphones
Microphone clamp
MZQ 40
Quick release clamp made from highly durable hytrel
plastic with 3/5” and 5/8” thread insert. Suitable for
MKH 20 and MKH 40 – MKH 70.
Colour: black.
Cat. No. 35077
Microphone clamp
MZQ 100
Microphone clamp and quick release clamp with 3/8”,
5/8”, and 1/2” thread insert for microphones with a
diameter of 19 – 22 mm (e.g. COM 190 and MKH 416).
Colour: black.
Cat. No. 02155
Microphone clamp
MZQ 200
Quick release clamp with 3/8”, 5/8”, and 1/2” thread
insert for K6 and K6P powering modules.
Colour: black.
Cat. No. 03289
Quick release clamp
MZQ 441
Highly elastic quick release clamp with 3/8”, 5/8”, and
1/2” thread insert for extremely tough use. Suitable
for the MD 441.
Colour: black.
Cat. No. 02615
Publ. 06/02
Microphone Clamps
Accessories
66
1.
Microphones
Shock Mounts and Mounting Accessories
Shock mount
MZS 6
Shock mount with 3/8”, 5/8”, and 1/2” interchangeable
thread for the K6/K6P powering modules.
Cat. No. 03287
Shock mount
MZS 40
Shock mount designed for the effective attenuation of
stucture-borne noise. Muting at 40 Hz: approx. 20 dB.
Especially for MKH 20 – MKH 70 range and MKH 30
with MKH 20 – MKH 50 as an MS pair. Extra strong
rubber O-rings are included for use with the MKH 60
and MKH 70. With 3/8”, 5/8”, and 1/2” thread insert.
Cat. No. 03017
Shock mount
MZS 80
Double-swivel shock mount with 3/8”, 5/8”, and 1/2”
thread insert for MKH 80, MKH 800 and MKH 30.
Cat. No. 03685
Shock mount
MZS 415-3
Shock mount with 3/8”, 5/8”, and 1/2” thread insert
for the MKH 416.
Cat. No. 01956
Publ. 06/02
Accessories
67
1.
Microphones
Shock Mounts and Mounting Accessories
Swivel joint
MZG 415-3
for the MZS 415-3 shock mount.
Cat. No. 01955
Fish pole with angle bar
MZB 415
Fibre-glass angled fish pole with a total length of
340 cm for all microphone mounting applications,
with a 3/8” internal thread. By a simple twist of the
pole, the angle bar can rotate the microphone through
an angle of 360°.
Length: 120 cm – 340 cm.
Weight: 640 g.
Colour: black.
Cat. No. 00972
Drum clamp
MZH 604
Microphone clamp for attaching the e 604 (or earlier
BF/MD 504) to a drum.
Cat. No. 05299
Microphone clamp
MZQ 800
Microphone clamp for the MD 42, MD 46 and all
evolution microphones.
Cat. No. 04711
Publ. 06/02
Accessories
68
1.
Microphones
Accessories
Anti-vibration table stand
MZT 100
Solid, metal table stand with soft rubberised surround
for good suppression of structure-borne noise. Provides
excellent stability. 3/8” thread for mounting microphones and other equipment.
Colour: black.
Weight: 1,250 g.
Cat. No. 01883
Table stand
MZT 105-1
Solid, metal table stand with 3/8” thread and plastic
moulded clamp. Suitable for MKH 416 or other
19 mm diameter microphones.
Colour: black.
Weight: 220 g.
Cat. No. 00524
Table stand
MZT 417
A lightweight, plastic moulded table stand with 3/8”
thread and detachable microphone clip. Provides
excellent suppression of handling noise. Suitable for
all microphones with a diameter of 19 mm. Can be
used with other diameter microphones by removing
the attached clip and using the clip supplied with the
microphone.
Colour: black.
Weight: 40 g.
Cat. No. 01945
Table stand
MZT 441
Rugged, solid table stand, metal construction, with
3/8” thread for the attachment of the following
microphone clamps and shock mounts:
MZQ 40, MZQ 100, MZQ 200, MZA 441, MZS 6,
MZS 40, and MZS 80.
Colour: grey.
Weight: 450 g.
Cat. No. 00799
Publ. 06/02
Table Stands
69
1.
Microphones
Accessories
Mounting bolt
MZT 14
Mounting bolt used for mounting goosenecks and
shock mounts with 3/8” internal threads to table tops
with a max. thickness of 23 mm. The MZT 14 has a
4.5 mm cable feed hole.
Cat. No. 01895
Publ. 06/02
Table Stands
70
1.
Microphones
Foam windshield
MZW 40
This foam windshield is made from open-cell foam
and provides exceptionally good rejection of wind and
pop noise. It fits the MD 421 and the MD 441.
Length: 120 mm.
Diameter: 90 mm.
Cat. No. 01794 black
Foam windshield, velour
MZW 61
This velour foam windshield is made from open-cell
foam and provides exceptionally good rejection of wind
and pop noise as a result of its specially treated finish.
Using the accompanying set of plugs (Cat. No. 43154),
it is possible to identify the windshield according to
colour. It is suitable for the MKH 60.
Length: 188 mm.
Diameter: 68 mm.
Cat. No. 03194 black
Foam windshield
MZW 64
This open-cell foam windshield for the ME 62 and
ME 64 microphone heads provides effective protection
against wind and pop noise.
Length: 90 mm.
Diameter: 56 mm.
Cat. No. 03703 black
Foam windshield, velour
MZW 64 pro
This velour foam windshield for the ME 62 and
ME 64 microphone heads is primarily designed for
outdoor applications.
Length: 90 mm.
Diameter: 56 mm.
Cat. No. 03711 black
Publ. 06/02
Foam Windshields
Accessories
71
1.
Microphones
Foam windshield, velour
MZW 65 pro
This velour foam windshield for the ME 65
microphone head and the MD 22, COM 190 and
COM 195 is particularly effective when used for
outdoor applications.
Length: 80 mm.
Diameter: 58 mm.
Cat. No. 03757 black
Foam windshield
MZW 66
This open-cell foam windshield designed for use with
the ME 66 microphone head protects effectively
against wind and pop noise.
Length: 190 mm.
Diameter: 58 mm.
Cat. No. 03704 black
Foam windshield, velour
MZW 66 pro
This velour foam windshield for the ME 66
microphone head is particularly effective when used
for outdoor applications.
Length: 190 mm.
Diameter: 58 mm.
Cat. No. 03712 black
Foam windshield, velour
MZW 67 pro
This velour foam windshield for the ME 67
microphone head is particularly effective when used
for outdoor applications.
Length: 323 mm.
Diameter: 62 mm.
Cat. No. 03832 black
Publ. 06/02
Foam Windshields
Accessories
72
1.
Microphones
Foam Windshields
Accessories
Foam windshield, velour
MZW 71
This velour foam windshield is made from open-cell
foam and provides exceptionally good rejection of wind
and pop noise as a result of its specially treated finish.
Using the accompanying set of plugs (Cat. No. 43154),
it is possible to identify the windshield according to
colour. It is suitable for the MKH 70.
Length: 320 mm.
Diameter: 78 mm.
Cat. No. 03195 black
Foam windshield
MZW 80
This foam windshield made from open-cell foam offers
maximum protection against wind and pop noise. It is
suitable for the MKH 80 and the MKH 800.
Length: 58 mm.
Diameter: 70 mm.
Cat. No. 03780 black
Foam windshield
MZW 415
This open-cell foam windshield effectively reduces
pop and wind noise. It is suitable for the MKH 416
microphones.
Cat. No. 00895 black
Cat. No. 03162 blue
Cat. No. 03167 white
Foam windshield
MZW 416-1
Designed for use with the MD 21 and the MD 431 II.
Diameter: 90 mm.
Cat. No. 01536 black
Publ. 06/02
Length: 210 mm.
Diameter: 84 mm.
73
1.
Microphones
Foam windshield
MZW 421
Suitable for use with the MD 21 and MD 421.
Diameter: 90 mm.
Cat. No. 00536 black
Cat. No. 01527 blue
Cat. No. 03768 white
Foam windshield
MZW 441
Suitable for use with the MD 441.
Length: 103 mm.
Diameter: 63 mm.
Cat. No. 00976 black
Cat. No. 01641 blue
Cat. No. 03769 white
Foam windshield
MZW 4032
Designed for use with the MD 42, MD 46, MD 425,
the MD 431 II and all e 8xx microphones. Delivery
includes a set of identification rings in five different
colours.
Length: 102 mm.
Diameter: 63 mm.
Cat. No. 02978 black
Foam windshield, velour
MZW 1032-PRO
Velour foam windshield for use with the MD 42 and
MD 46.
Cat. No. 03746 black
Publ. 06/02
Foam Windshields
Accessories
74
1.
Microphones
Foam windshield
MZW 41
for the MKH 20 – MKH 50 microphones.
Length: 46 mm.
Diameter: 28 mm.
Cat. No. 29681
Foam windshield
MZW 48 F
for the e 608.
Length: 35 mm.
Diameter: 24 mm.
Cat. No. 37809
Foam windshield
MZW 1420
for the COM 1423 – COM 1425 microphone range
(except COM 1424-2).
Length: 65 mm.
Diameter: 50 mm.
Cat. No. 03314
Popshield
MZP 40
Popshield for close vocal applications, suitable for all
microphones. Can be attached to microphone stands.
Length of gooseneck: approx. 240 mm.
Diameter of popshield: approx. 130 mm.
Cat. No. 03132
Publ. 06/02
Foam Windshields
Accessories
75
1.
Microphones
Outdoor Protection for MKH 20 – MKH 50
'Hairy' cover
MZH 20-1
Used in conjunction with the MZW 20-1, this ‘hairy’
cover made from long-haired polyester fleece provides
maximum protection against wind noise.
Cat. No. 03610
Basket windshield
MZW 20-1
This lightweight, rugged protective basket windshield
provides excellent suppression of wind noise when
used for outdoor applications.
Length: approx. 39 cm.
Cat. No. 03606
Suspension/pistol grip
MZS 20-1
Suspension with pistol grip for use with MKH 20 –
MKH 70 and MKH 416 in conjunction with the
MZW 20-1, MZW 60-1 or MZW 70-1 basket windshields.
Cat. No. 03609
Publ. 06/02
Accessories
76
1.
Microphones
Outdoor Protection for MKH 60 and MKH 416
'Hairy' cover
MZH 60-1
Used in conjunction with the MZW 60-1, this ‘hairy’
cover made from long-haired polyester fleece provides
maximum protection against wind noise.
Cat. No. 03224
Basket windshield
MZW 60-1
This lightweight, rugged protective basket windshield
provides excellent suppression of wind noise when
used for outdoor applications.
Length: approx. 44 cm.
Cat. No. 03607
Suspension/pistol grip
MZS 20-1
Suspension with pistol grip for use with MKH 20 –
MKH 70 and MKH 416 in conjunction with the
MZW 20-1, MZW 60-1 or MZW 70-1 basket windshields.
Cat. No. 03609
Publ. 06/02
Accessories
77
1.
Microphones
Outdoor Protection for MKH 70
'Hairy' cover
MZH 70-1
Used in conjunction with the MZW 70-1, this ‘hairy’
cover made from long-haired polyester fleece provides
maximum protection against wind noise.
Cat. No. 03225
Basket windshield
MZW 70-1
This lightweight, rugged protective basket windshield
provides excellent suppression of wind noise when used
for outdoor applications. Suitable for the MKH 70.
Length: approx. 57 cm.
Cat. No. 03608
Suspension/pistol grip
MZS 20-1
Suspension with pistol grip for use with MKH 20 –
MKH 70 and MKH 416 in conjunction with the
MZW 20-1, MZW 60-1 or MZW 70-1 basket windshields.
Cat. No. 03609
Publ. 06/02
Accessories
Index
Cat. No.
Page
Model
Cat. No.
Page
Model
Cat. No.
Page
COM 190 ..........................03213 .............. 6
System
MZS 6 ................................03287 ............ 66
COM 195 ..........................03214 .............. 7
ME 102/104/105 ..............––––– ............ 35
MZS 20-1 ..........................03609 ............ 75
COM 1423 ........................03312 ............ 46
MKE 2 P-C ......................04224 ............ 32
MZS 20-1 ..........................03609 ............ 76
MKE 2-4 Gold-C ..............04736 ............ 33
MZS 20-1 ..........................03609 ............ 77
e 602 ..................................04521 ............ 17
MKE 44 P ..........................03330 ............ 31
MZS 40 ..............................03017 ............ 66
e 604 ..................................04519 ............ 18
MKE 300 ............................03171 ............ 30
MZS 80 ..............................03685 ............ 66
e 608 ..................................04520 ............ 19
MKE platinum-4-C............05276 ............ 34
MZT 14 ............................01895 ............ 69
e 609 ..................................04522 ............ 20
MKH 20 P 48 ....................02857 ............ 50
MZT 100 ..........................01883 ............ 68
e 664 ..................................05185 ............ 28
MKH 30 P 48 ....................02872 ............ 51
MZT 105-1 ........................00524 ............ 68
e 815 S ................................04512 ............ 16
MKH 40 P 48 ....................02645 ............ 52
MZT 417 ..........................01945 ............ 68
e 825 S ................................04511 ............ 21
MKH 50 P 48 ....................03109 ............ 53
MZT 441 ..........................00799 ............ 68
e 835 ..................................04513 ............ 22
MKH 60 P 48 ....................03148 ............ 54
MZW 20-1 ........................03606 ............ 75
e 835 S ................................04514 ............ 22
MKH 70 P 48 ....................03149 ............ 55
MZW 40 ..........................01794 ............ 70
e 845 ..................................04515 ............ 23
MKH 80 P 48 ....................03004 ............ 56
MZW 41 ..........................29681 ............ 74
e 845 S ................................04516 ............ 23
MKH 416 P 48 U 3 ..........01511 ............ 60
MZW 48 F ........................37809 ............ 74
e 855 ..................................04517 ............ 24
MKH 800 P 48 ..................04927 ............ 58
MZW 60-1 ........................03607 ............ 76
e 865 ..................................04846 ............ 29
MZA 14 P 48 U ................02960 ............ 63
MZW 61 ..........................03194 ............ 70
e 865 S ................................04847 ............ 29
MZA 14 TU ......................02959 ............ 63
MZW 64 ..........................03703 ............ 70
MZA 441 ..........................00993 ............ 64
MZW 64 pro ....................03711 ............ 70
K6 ......................................03279 ............ 38
MZB 415 ..........................00972 ............ 67
MZW 65 pro ....................03757 ............ 71
K6P ....................................03280 ............ 39
MZD 30 ............................02990 ............ 64
MZW 66 ..........................03704 ............ 71
MZH 20-1 ........................03610 ............ 75
MZW 66 pro ....................03712 ............ 71
MD 21 U ..........................00292 .............. 8
MZH 60-1 ........................03224 ............ 76
MZW 67 pro ....................03832 ............ 71
MD 42 ................................05173 .............. 9
MZH 70-1 ........................03225 ............ 77
MZW 70-1 ........................03608 ............ 77
MD 46 ................................05172 ............ 10
MZH 604 ..........................05299 ............ 67
MZW 71 ..........................03195 ............ 72
MD 421 II ..........................00984 ............ 11
MZM 2 / MZM 10 ..........01866 ............ 64
MZW 80 ..........................03780 ............ 72
MD 425 ..............................04306 ............ 12
MZP 40 ............................03132 ............ 74
MZW 415 ........................00895 ............ 72
MD 428 PTT ....................04980 ............ 13
MZQ 6 ..............................03288 ............ 64
MZW 416-1 ......................01536 ............ 72
MD 431 II ..........................01605 ............ 14
MZQ 40 ............................35077 ............ 65
MZW 421 ........................00536 ............ 73
MD 441 U ........................00762 ............ 15
MZQ 100 ..........................02155 ............ 65
MZW 441 ........................00976 ............ 73
ME 62 ................................03281 ............ 41
MZQ 200 ..........................03289 ............ 65
MZW 1032-PRO ............03736 ............ 73
ME 64 ................................03282 ............ 42
MZQ 441 ..........................02615 ............ 65
MZW 1420 ......................03314 ............ 74
ME 65 ................................03283 ............ 43
MZQ 800 ..........................04711 ............ 67
MZW 4032 ......................02978 ............ 73
ME 66 ................................03284 ............ 44
MZS 415-3 ........................01956 ............ 66
ME 67 ................................03285 ............ 45
MZG 415-3 ........................01955 ............ 67
Publ. 06/02
Model
Sennheiser is a registered trademark of Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG.
and Umbrella Diaphragm are trademarks of Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG.
INTERNATIONAL SENNHEISER DISTRIBUTION
Austria
Grothusen Ges.m.b.H.
1140 Wien
Phone +43/1/970220
Fax +43/1/970229
e-Mail: audio@grothusen.com
Belgium/Luxembourg
Sennheiser BELUX bvba
1731 Asse-Zellik
Phone +32/2/4664410
Fax +32/2/4664920
e-Mail: info@sennheiser.be
Bulgaria
ProTechnica Bulgaria Ltd.
1528 Sofia
Phone +359/2/9782025
Fax +359/2/9785870
e-Mail: office@pro-technica.com
Czech Republic
PANTER s.r.o.
130 00 Praha 3
Phone +420/2/67312266
Fax +420/2/71730262
e-Mail: panter@panter-praha.cz
Denmark
Kinovox A/S
2730 Herlev
Phone +45/44 53 30 11
Fax +45/44 53 30 06
e-Mail: kinovox@kinovox.dk
Estonia
Pro Media
10128 Tallinn
Phone +372/641 8006
Fax +372/641 8007
e-Mail: j.ling@promedia.ee
Finland
INTO OY
00810 Helsinki
Phone +358/9-755950
Fax +358/9-7553581
e-Mail: into@into.fi
France
Sennheiser France SARL
94204 Ivry-sur-Seine Cedex
Phone +33/1/49 87 03 00
Fax +33/1/49 87 03 24
e-Mail: info@sennheiser.fr
Great Britain
Sennheiser UK Ltd.
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire,HP12 3SL
Phone +44/1494/551551
Fax +44/1494/551550
e-Mail: info@sennheiser.co.uk
Greece
Ph. Nakas S. A. Music House
11255 Athens
Phone +30/10/2 28 21 60
Fax +30/10/2 11 23 02
e-Mail: info@nakas.gr
Hungary
BaSys Hungary Ltd.
2040 Budaörs
Phone +36/23/41 56 37
Fax +36/23/41 51 82
e-Mail: basys@mail.basys.hu
Iceland
Verslunin PFAFF hf
108 Reykjavik
Phone +354/5 33 22 22
Fax +354/5 33 22 30
e-Mail: bkg@pfaff.is
Ireland
Sennheiser Sales
Donnybrook, Dublin 4
Phone +353/1 260 3610
Fax +353/1 260 2026
e-Mail:
info@sennheiserireland.com
Italy
Exhibo S.p.A. Comm. Systems
20052 Monza, Ml
Phone +39/039/2084211
Fax +39/039/2141051
e-Mail: direzione@exhibo.it
Latvia
ELKOR
1039 Riga
Phone +371/7070 750
Fax +371/7070 722
e-Mail: –
Lithuania
TV & Communications Systems
5400 Siauliai
Phone +370/1/520295
Fax +370/1/520542
e-Mail: tvc@tvc.lt
Netherlands
Sennheiser Nederland BV
1322 AM ALMERE
Phone +31/36 535 84 44
Fax +31/36 535 84 99
e-Mail: info@sennheiser.nl
Norway
LydRommet as
0484 Oslo
Phone +47/22091610
Fax +47/22091611
e-Mail: info@lydrommet.no
Poland
Konsbud Audio Sp. z o.o.
02-878 Warszawa
Phone +48/22/6 44 30 38
Fax +48/22/6 44 02 36
e-Mail:
info@konsbud-audio.com.pl
Peru
Estemac Peruana S.A.
Lima 18
Phone +51/1/441 1855
Fax +51/1/422 7384
e-Mail:
estemac@chavin.rcp.net.pe
Japan
General Traders Ltd.
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0053
Phone +81(0)3/32912761
Fax +81(0)3/32915391
e-Mail:
gentrade@mb.infoweb.ne.jp
Vietnam
Tech Venture Systems Pte. Ltd.
Hanoi
Phone +844/733 7954
733 7955
Fax +844/733 7955
e-Mail: tvsyshn@hn.vnn.vn
Mexico
Sennheiser Mexico S. A. de C. V.
03100 Mexico, D. F.
Phone +52/5/639 0956
Fax +52/5/639 9482
e-Mail: semexlat@avantel.net
Uruguay
Intertec SRL ②
Montevideo 1100
Phone +598/2/900 0880
Fax +598/2/908 2027
e-Mail:
manpizzo@chasque.apc.org
Viet Thoung Co Ltd.
Ho Chi Minh City
Phone +848/931 4142
Fax +848931 6539
e-Mail: vietthoung@hcm.vnn.vn
SOUTH AMERICA
Venezuela
AVCOM C.A.
Caracas 1070
Phone +58/2/239 0944
Fax +58/2/237 8275
e-Mail: vmoron@avcom.com.ve
Korea (Republic)
Daikyung Vascom Co.
Ltd. ① ② ④
Kangnam-Gu, Seoul, Korea
Phone +822/578 1295
Fax +822/578 1296
e-Mail:
dkvascom@dkvascom.co.kr
LATIN AMERICA
Caribbean
Tropical Music USA
Miami, FL33143
Phone +1/305/740 7454
Fax +1/305/740 7456
e-Mail: sales@tropicalmusic.com
Portugal
Custódio Cardoso Pereira, S.A.
2776-903 Carcavelos
Phone +351/21/4458190
Fax +351/21/4458198
e-Mail: ccp@valentim.pt
Argentinia
ARS technologies
(1419) Buenos Aires, Cap.
Fed. Argentina
Phone: +54/11 4574 3666
Fax: +54/11 4574 3666
e-Mail: rpousa@arstech.com.ar
Romania
Savana-Comteh Ltd.
71 147 Bucharest Sect 1
Phone +40/1/232 91 67
Fax +40/1/210 39 94
e-Mail: savana@softnet.ro
Bolivia
Arze & Asociados
La Paz
Phone +1/591/222 2686
Fax +1/591/222 2686
e-Mail: larze@bolnet.bo
Russia
I.S.P.A.
Moscow, 123022
Phone +7/095 784 7575
Fax +7/095 956 2309
e-Mail: ispa@ispa.ru
Brazil
Eurobras Ltda. ②
20030 Rio de Janeiro
Phone +55/21 2 40 33 99
Fax +55/21 2 40 64 30
e-Mail:
eurobras@biohard.com.br
Slovak Republic
PANTER s.r.o.
130 00 Praha 3
Phone +420/2/67312266
Fax +420/2/71730262
e-Mail: panter@panter-praha.cz
Slovenia, Croatia
and Territories of former
Yugoslavia
Grothusen Ges.m.b.H.
1140 Wien
Phone +43/1/970220
Fax +43/1/970229
e-Mail: audio@grothusen.com
Inline Comércio, Exportação e
Importadora Ltda. ④
São Paulo / SP / 04047-001
Phone +55/11/5072 6624/
5078 8933
Fax +55/11/5583 1398
e-Mail: inline@inlinecorp.com.br
Chile
Stelauphipat S.A.
Santiago
Phone +56/2/226 5401
Fax +56/2/226 7809
e-Mail: stelau@chilesat.net
Spain
Magnetron S.A.
28002 Madrid
Phone +34/91/519 2416
Fax +34/91/519 6444
e-Mail:
magnetron@magnetron.es
Colombia
Grupo Disctronics
Medellin, Antioquia
Phone +57/4 262 5355
Fax +57/4 232 0662
e-Mail:
jrestrepo@disctronics.com.co
Sweden
Sennheiser AB
10422 Stockholm
Phone +46/8/566 16 400
Fax +46/8/566 16 490
e-Mail: mail@sennheiser.se
VCR Ltda. ① ② ④
Bogota, DC
Phone +57/1/218 2906
Fax +57/1/691 2244
e-Mail: vcrltda@colomsat.net.co
Switzerland
Bleuel Electronic AG
8103 Unterengstringen
Phone +41/1/7517575
Fax +41/1/7517500
e-Mail: info@bleuel.ch
Turkey
Metan Ltd.
80090 Gümüssuyu –
Istanbul
Phone +90/212/2933750/51
Fax +90/212/2523966
e-Mail: metan@metan.com
Ukraine
Indigo Music Company, Ltd.
320070 Dnepropetrovsk
Phone +380/562340741
Fax +380/562340107
e-Mail: music@indigo.dp.ua
NORTH AMERICA
Canada
Sennheiser Canada Inc.
Pointe Claire, Québec H9R 1A3
Phone +1/514/426 3013
Fax +1/514/426 3953
e-Mail: info@sennheiser.ca
USA
Sennheiser Electronic Corporation
Old Lyme, Connecticut 06371
Phone +1/860/434 9190
Fax +1/860/434 9022
e-Mail:
webmaster@sennheiserusa.com
For other countries please contact head office
Sennheiser electronic · D-30892 Wedemark · Germany
Phone +49-5130-600-0 · Fax +49-5130-600-300
http://www.sennheiser.com
Costa Rica
Provideo S.A.
San Jose
Phone: +506/250 6327
Fax: +506/250 6327
e-Mail: provideo@sol.racsa.co.cr
El Salvador
Audio Video Professional S.A.
San Salvador
Phone +503/263 6326
Fax +503/263 6327
e-Mail:
audiovideo.prof@telesal.net
Mexico
AMTEC S. A. de C. V. ②
03100 Mexico, D. F
Phone +52/5 669 2866
Fax +52/5 669 3183
e-Mail:
amtecventas@supernet.com.mx
Hermes Audio ④
06400 Mexico, D.F.
Phone +52/5 547 5365
Fax +52/5 547 2912
e-Mail: hermesaudio@compuserve.com.mx
ASIA
Coordination of Far East
activities
Sennheiser Electronic Asia Pte.
Ltd.
Singapore 119967
Phone +65/2735202
Fax +65/2735038
e-Mail:
web.asia@sennasia.com.sg
Bangladesh
United Enterprises & Co. Ltd.
Dhaka 1215
Phone +880/2 912 5912
Fax +880/2 911 5726
e-Mail: uecl@citechco.net
China and Hongkong
Sennheiser China Ltd.
Kowloon, Hongkong
Phone +852//2371 2668
Fax +852/2371 2328
e-Mail:
enquiry@sennheiserchina.com
Artsound International
Development Co. Ltd.
Pan Yu, Guang Dong
Phone +8620/8481 1908
Fax +8620/8481 1928
e-Mail:
artsnd@public.guangzhou.gd.cn
Audio Link System Co. Ltd. ⑥
Tsuen Wan NT, Hongkong
Phone +852/2416 6718
Fax +852/2412 0525
e-Mail:
audiolink@audiolinksys.com
EverTop Int. Technology Ltd.
Kowloon, Hongkong
Phone +852/ 2370 9722
Fax +852/2370 3766
e-Mail: mail@evertoptech.com
Jolly ProAudio Broadcast
Engineering Ltd.
Kwun Tong, Kln.
Hong Kong
Phone +852/2191 3660
Fax +852/2191 3990
e-Mail:
jolly@jollyproaudio.com.hk
Top Plot International Ltd. ① ④
Kwai Chung, NT, Hongkong
Phone +852/2419 1868
Fax +852/2419 9733
e-Mail: topplot@hkstar.com
India
Deepjyot Electronics
New Delhi 110 029
Phone +9111/618 7495
Fax +9111/618 7467
e-Mail: depjyot@bol.net.in
Audio Plus
Mumbai 400 093
Phone +9122/832 0268
Fax +9122/822 2632
e-Mail: ap@uplbin.com
Koil Corporation ②
Joong-Ku, Seoul
Phone +822/22710030
Fax +822/22710040
e-Mail: koil@koil.co.kr
Malaysia
Tegas Automation Sdn. Bhd.
60000 Kuala Lumpur
Phone +603/7729 6640
Fax +603/7729 6641
e-Mail: tegasmal@tm.net.my
Acoustics & Lighting System
Sdn. Bhd.
47100 Puchong, Selangor
Phone +603/8075 8990
Fax +603/8075 8266
e-Mail: acoustic@alhq.com.my
AUSTRALIA
Australia
Syntec International Pty. Ltd.
Chatswood, NSW 2067
Phone +61/0 2/9417-4700
Fax +61/0 2/9417-6136
e-Mail: sales@syntec.com.au
New Zealand
Syntec International Pty. Ltd.
Auckland
Phone +64/9 263 9885
Fax +64/9 263 9886
e-Mail: sales@syntec.co.nz
AFRICA,
MIDDLE EAST
Leapfrog Distribution
Singapore 349276
Phone +65/547 1611
Fax +65/547 1711/252 8132
e-Mail: –
Cyprus
Nakas Music Cyprus Ltd.
Nicosia/Cyprus
Phone +35712/461088
Fax +35712/461080
e-Mail: info@nakas.gr
Mauritius
Gami (Im- & Export) Ltd
Port Louis
Phone +230/208 8575
Fax +230/208 3951
e-Mail: michwan@intnet.mu
Egypt
Technology K.A.R.
Dokki, Giza
Phone +20/2/3357061
Fax +20/2/3357061
e-Mail: teckar@link.com.eg
Damoo Sound & Music
Port Louis
Phone +230/212 0583
Fax +230/454 8555
e-Mail: damoo@intnet.mu
Iran
Besat Broadcasting Systems Co.
Tehran 11367
Phone +98/21/6706336
Fax +98/21/6707471
e-Mail: besat@dpimail.net
Philippines
Stage Craft International Inc.
Mandaluyong City
Phone +632/637 5922
Fax +632/637 5928
e-Mail: info@stagecraftintl.com
Singapore
O´Connor´s Singapore Pte. Ltd.
Singapore 118516
Phone +65/473 7944
Fax +65/472 4508
e-Mail:
cadmin@oconnor.com.sg
Goh Joo Hin Pte. Ltd.
Singapore 118540
Phone +65/476 6012
Fax +65/476 6075
e-Mail: it@gjh.com.sg
Sri Lanka
Swedish Trading Audio Visual
Pvt. Ltd.
Colombo 7
Phone +941/699 934
Fax +94/7471 5056
e-Mail: stav@sltnet.lk
Taiwan
Sound Art Co. Ltd.
Taipei, Taiwan
Phone +8862/2307 2345
Fax +8862/2303 7653
e-Mail: soundart@ms18.hinet.net
Israel
KILIM electronics 1991 Ltd.
32 950 Haifa
Phone +972/0 4/8620222
Fax +972/0 4/8672911
e-Mail: kilimcom@netvision.net.il
Lebanon
Eltek
90843 Beirut
Phone +961/1 872666
Fax +961/3 598222
e-Mail: eltek@dm.net.lb
Middle East
(all other countries)
Sennheiser UK Ltd.
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire,HP12 3SL
Phone +44/1494/551551
Fax +44/1494/551550
e-Mail: info@sennheiser.co.uk
Republic of South Africa
Sennheiser electronic SA Pty.
Ltd.
Braamfontein 2017
Phone +27/11/4033332,3,4
Fax +27/11/4031026
e-Mail: ocalex@mweb.co.za
Winly Production Service
Taipei, Taiwan
Phone +8862/2788 3375
Fax +8862/2788 4957
e-Mail: winlypro@ms12.hinet.net
GILSAMA S.A. DE C.V. ③ ⑤
14000, Mexico, D.F.MX
Phone +525/485 3818
Fax +525/485 3817
e-Mail: 2000e@prodigy.net.mx
Pace Communications Pvt. Ltd.
Mumbai 400 053
Phone +9122/633 5450
Fax +9122/633 5453
e-Mail: pace_comm@vsul.com
Thailand
Digital Equipment and
Transducer Company Ltd.
Bangkok 10320
Phone +667/276 8141
Fax +662/276 8149
e-Mail: preeya@loxinfo.co.th
Panama
Distribuidora Musical, S.A.
Panama 7
Phone: +507/223 0292
Fax: +507/263 5142
e-Mail: dmusical@sinfo.net
Sound Team
Mumbai 400 064
Phone +9122/881 4041
Fax +9122/881 0374
e-Mail:
soundtim@bom3.vsul.net.in
Petch Siam Sound & Lighting
Co. Ltd.
Bangkok10100
Phone +662/662 6099
Fax +662/226 2612
e-Mail: info@petchsiam.co.th
① Consumer products
② Professional products
③ Audiology products
④ Musicians
⑤ Infrared transmission (prof.)
⑥ Conference
⑦ Multimedia
Printed in Germany 53205 0902 Paper bleached without chlorine
EUROPE