CAT # MIC-435 4 out of 5 stars(2 Reviews) Write a Review

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Phoenix Raven.
Omni-directional microphone with XLR connection. Good pick-up capabilities, which makes it suitable for use in large conference rooms, classrooms, and training rooms, webinars and web conferences, and depositions.

• Omni-directional microphone
• Durable aluminum casing
• XLR connector
• Small footprint
• Mute button
• 25 foot attached cable

• Size: 4.5in x 2.72in x 1.5in (W x H x D)
• Element: Omni-directional front electret condenser microphone
• Performance:
- 100% full Duplex performance
- No attenuation (either way) during full duplex
- Fast convergence, even when in full duplex mode
- Very low delay
- External mute button
• Polar Pattern: Omni-directional
• Frequency Response: 50-12000Hz
• Sensitivity: -36+3dB re 1v at 1 Pa
• Maximum Input sound level: 120 Dbspl
• Output Connector: XLR
• Cable: 25ft KL08301ABK01D
• Phantom Power Requirements: 24V-590ohms - 10mA, 48V- 6.8Kohms - 10mA
• Signal to Noise Ratio: 60dB
WARNING: May cause cancer or reproductive harm.
California Prop. 65
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Customer Reviews 4 out of 5 stars(2 Reviews)

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Much better unit than expected. 5 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: from Dallas, Texas, USA

These retailed for well over $100 each. Not bad mics at all. I did modify the ones I received to improve the sound. The rubber capsule mount inside can be inverted to raise the capsule up higher behind the grill (otherwise the capsule is in a recess which makes it sound phasey and dull). Further, the capsule itself can be replaced with a high quality one, like a PUI AOM5024L HDR, which *really* increases the clarity and sparkle, and improves the S/N ratio. Wow! Please note that while these mics DO have a power on indicator, they DO NOT have a mute switch. The XLR connectors need to be replaced with something better, the originals are odd sized and non-lockable. Even though they require some work to get the best from them, they are solid and well made. Phantom power absolutely is required, there is no battery provision. Place them on an pad or isolator of some sort when in use to minimize pickup of contact noise. With these changes, these become strikingly good tabletop conferencing or room mics.

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Unleash The Mod Squad! 3 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: from California Central Coast

Don't have one of these, but a bit of research revealed that this microphone was designed to be used in a "Beam Forming Array" along with three other mics, and a Beam Forming Mixer. The tech is described here:
Could have something to do with its intended performance as such. But hey, I'm always up for modding equipment to improve it at a good cost point. So, is there room in the housing to mount a small lavilier mic inside rather than a raw capsule? Thanks!

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