The unidirectional (cardioid) polar pattern of the SV200 helps reduce feedback, while the wide frequency response and high output deliver crisp, clear, and vibrant sound.
Ideal for lead and backup vocals, karaoke performances, and high-quality presentations, the SV200 also includes a dent-resistant grille and a durable XLR-XLR cable.
|Frequency Response||50 to 15,000 Hz|
|Output Connection||-52 dBV/Pa* at 1kHz *1 Pa=94 dB SPL|
|Output Connection||XLR-¼" (6.3 mm)|
Additional specifications are available in the user guide.
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