545SD

Classic Instrument Microphone

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£145 £145

Instrument microphone delivers an exceptionally uniform cardioid pattern to minimize feedback. It features a silent magnetic reed on and off switch with lock-on option and selectable dual-impedance operation.

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Shipped connected for low-impedance operation, the 545SD features a silent magnetic reed on/off switch with lock-on option. A favorite for instrument pickup and recording, the 545SD can also be used on lecterns in public address systems.

What polar pattern does the 545SD have?

The 545SD Classic Unidyne® Instrument Microphone is a dual-impedance, unidirectional, dynamic microphone.

  • Exceptionally uniform cardioid pattern minimizes feedback
  • Selectable dual-impedance operation
  • Silent magnetic reed on/off switch with lock option
  • Cardioid dynamic
  • Frequency response: 50 to 15,000 Hz
  • 1 - A25D Microphone Clip
Recommended Retail Price
£145 £145

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