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CCM 8 Compact Fig 8

CCM 8 LG

CCM 8 Compact Figure of Eight Microphone

1,465.00 ex vat 1,758.00 inc vat

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CCM 8

This capsule type is a true dipole (bidirectional) transducer, operating with a single diaphragm. Its main axis is at a right angle to the capsule, and is marked at 0° and 180° with a red and a black dot respectively.

The inherent qualities of a pure pressure-gradient transducer are readily observed in this capsule type:

  • Its sensitivity decreases at low frequencies.
  • The directional characteristic is extraordinarily independent of frequency.
  • Proximity effect is present.

The directivity index of a figure-8 pattern is the same as that of a cardioid; if microphones with these two patterns are placed at the same distance from a sound source, a quantitatively similar balance of direct and reverberant sound would be picked up. In practice such a comparison would be deceptive, however, since a figure-8 does not respond to sound coming from the sides, from above or from beneath its main axis as does a cardioid. The figure-8 has a rear lobe equal in sensitivity to its front lobe, and this exactly makes up the quantitative difference – but in normally reverberant settings, the sound reaching a figure-8's rear lobe will be delayed and dispersed to a considerably greater extent than the reverberant sound energy which a cardioid picks up from its front and sides; the reflected sound will typically be subject to far more high frequency absorption as well. Thus the reverberant sound energy picked up by a figure-8, though theoretically equal in amount, is quite different in character from that which would be picked up by a cardioid in the same position.

The sound quality of the MK 8 is clear and neutral. The frequency response rolls off above 16 kHz.

 

Frequency range 40 Hz - 16 kHz
Sensitivity 10 mV/Pa
Equivalent noise level (A-weighted) 18 dB-A
Equivalent noise level (CCIR) 26 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio (A-weighted) 76 dB-A
Maximum sound pressure level at 0.5% THD 134 dB-SPL
Current consumption with 12 V 8 mA
Current consumption with 48 V 4 mA
Impedance 90 Ω
Minimum recommended load impedance 600 Ω
Low-cut frequency 20 Hz
Length without connector: 46 – 58 mm
Diameter 20 mm
Weight 43 g

 

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