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Collecting a DPA Miniature microphone 4061-BM and a XLR adapter DAD6001 with a selection of our unique mounting accessories, this kit is designed to use as a close miking solution for a wide variety of musical instruments. The 4061-BM microphone offers a very clean, detailed and natural sound quality, leaving placement up to the user, in order to receive the desired timbre for studio use or amplification for live use.
Included are holders for strings, universal surface mounts with double sided tape, a magnet mount and foam windscreens. Furthermore, the microphone can be acoustically modified by changing the protections grids. If you want a high frequency lift, change to the high boost grid included.
The 4061-BM can handle 144 dB peak before clipping, allowing the microphone to be used even for snare drums, trumpets, guitar/bass speaker cabinets or other high SPL sound sources.
For maximum versatility, the DPA adapter system makes it possible to use the 4061-BM with close to any professional wireless system available.
- Principle of operation: Pressure
- Cartridge type: Prepolarized condenser element with vertical diaphragm
- Frequency range, ± 2 dB: Soft Boost Grid: 20 Hz20 kHz ±2 dB, 3 dB soft boost at 820 kHz
- Directional characteristics: Omnidirectional
- Equivalent noise level Aweighted: Typ. 26 dB(A) re. 20 µPa (max. 28 dB(A))
- Equiv. noise level ITUR BS.4684: Typ. 38 dB (max. 40 dB)
- Total harmonic distortion (THD):
- Preamplifier frequency range: 20 Hz to 50 kHz (+0 dB/3 dB)
- Output impedance: 3040 Ohm
- Cable drive capability: Up to 300 m (984 ft)
- Microphone length: 12.7 mm (0.5 in)
- Max. SPL, peak before clipping: 144 dB
- Cable colour: Black
- Colour: Black
- Dynamic Range: Typ. 97 dB
- S/N ratio, re. 1 kHz at 1 Pa (94 dB SPL): Typ. 68 dB(A)
- Connector: MicroDot
- Sensitivity, nominal, ±3 dB: 6 mV/Pa; 44.5 dB re. 1 V/Pa
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