Designed for indoor communication systems, including transportation, restaurant, and industrial applications. Suitable for environments with high levels of background noise.
Note: For proper operation, mouth-to-microphone distance should be 2 inches (5 cm) or less.
- Frequency response tailored for voice communications
- Minimal pick-up of background noise due to close-talk design
- Hum-bucking coil reduces induced noise from computer displays
- Attaches to flexible gooseneck arm (not included)
- Two conductor, shielded, bare-ended (no connector), straight cable
- Does not require DC power for operation
|Type||Dynamic, unidirectional (cardioid), close-talking|
|Frequency Response||100 to 7,000 Hz|
|Output Level||-61.5 dBV/Pa (.84mV) : 1 Pa = 94 dBSPL; -41.5 dB (8.4 mV): 0 dB = 1V/100 microbar|
Additional specifications are available in the user guide.
A12 Mounting FlangeMounting Flange, 5/8''-27 Threaded.
A13HD & A13HDB Heavy Duty Mounting FlangesHeavy-duty mounting flange available in silver or black.
G12 Chrome Gooseneck, 12 inch12 inch (30.48 cm) chrome gooseneck.
G12B Black GooseneckBlack 12 inch (30.48 cm) gooseneck for Shure 503BG, 515BSL and 515BSLX microphones.
G18A Chrome Side-Vent Gooseneck18 Inch (46 cm) Chrome Side-Vent Gooseneck.
G27B Black Gooseneck27 inch (68.6 cm) black gooseneck for Shure 503BG, 515BSL, and 515BSLX microphones.
G6A Side-Vent GooseneckChrome side-vent gooseneck, 6-inch (15.24 cm).
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