Centraverse™ Gooseneck Condenser Microphones are ideal for use in installed sound reinforcement applications, including corporate facilities, houses of worship, and government institutions. Dual-section gooseneck provides full articulation and easy placement options.
Each microphone includes a windscreen and mounting flange.
Featuring CommShield® Technology, which guards against unwanted RF interference from portable wireless devices, Centraverse microphones deliver in best-in-class performance and reliability.
Mute switch/LED and Mute switch/Light ring options are not sold in the Americas region.
- Cardioid polar pattern with tailored response for speech
- CommShield® Technology that guards against unwanted RF interference from portable wireless devices (smartphones, etc.) and offers high resistance to intense nearby radio signals
- Frequency response ideal for capturing fast transients in a wide variety of locations, including podiums and desktops
- Superior Shure design and rugged, dependable construction
|Frequency Response||70–16,000 Hz (See user guide for line drawing of curve.)|
|Output Level||At 1 kHz , open circuit voltage: –33 dBV/Pa (22 mV)|
|Phantom power required?||11–52 V DC, 2.0 mA|
Additional specifications are available in the user guide.
A400SM Shock MountAllows permanent installation of a quick-release shock mount for use with a wide variety of gooseneck microphones. The A400SM Shock Mount employs Shure Shock-Stopper™ construction, which decouples the microphone from the mounting surface and reduces the transmission of impact or surface noise by up to 20 dB.
A57F Microphone ClipWorks with Beta 181, KSM137, KSM141, SM63, SM63L, SM63LB, SM81, VP64A, VP64AL, MX412, MX418, MX412S, MX418S, MX412SE, and the MX418SE microphones and standard microphone stands.
ACVG4WS-BWorks with Centraverse™ 12" and 18" gooseneck microphones.
C25J 25 foot Microphone CableHi-Flex 25 foot (7.5 m) microphone cable with chrome XLR connectors, for low-impedance operation.
CVD Desktop BaseCompatible with all Centraverse™ 12" and 18" gooseneck microphones.
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File Language Type File Size CVG CAD Drawings English ZIP 144 kb
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