The Beyerdynamic MC 930 Stereo set is a high-quality, universal condenser microphone. Perfect for Acoustic guitar, Overheads & others.
The MC 930 stereo set is suitable for miking choirs, orchestras and solo instruments. Due to the switchable pre-attenuation of 15 dB it provides excellent performance at high sound pressure levels. The switchable bass roll-off filter with 6 dB/Octave at 250 Hz compensates for proximity effects. With the WS 101 wind screen the MC 930 can be used for vocal applications and speech. The MC 930 is phantom powered (11 - 52 V) and is suitable for live
applications and installations.
Due to its cardioid polar pattern, the MC 930 has a high-gain-before feedback and eliminates noise from the rear. It is not only a first-class tool for studios, but also for sound contracting systems, where excellent sound and maximum gain-before-feedback is required.
True condenser microphoneCardioid polar pattern for universal applicationsVery low self-noise, extraordinary signal-to-noise rationVery high SPL capability (140 dB)Switchable pre-attenuation (15 dB)Switchable low-pass filterRugged and compact construction (metal housing)Supplied with microphone clamp and zipper bag
Transducer type: True condenserOperating principle: Pressure gradientFrequency response: 40 - 20,000 HzPolar pattern: CardioidOpen circuit voltage at 1 kHz (0 dB = 1 V/Pa): 30 mV/Pa = -30.5 dBVNominal impedance: 180Load impedance: 1000Max. SPL at 1 kHz: 125 dBwith pre-attenuation: 140 dBSignal-to-noise ratio rel. to 1 Pa: 71 dBA-weighted equivalent SPL: 16 dBLow-cut filter: switchable, 6 dB/Octave at 250 HzPower supply: 11 - 52 V phantom powerCurrent consumption: 4.6 mAConnection: 3-pin XLR maleDimensions:Length: 128 mmDiameter: 21 mmWeight without cable: 115 g
May 7, 2015
Short and sweet.
This is the best danged microphone set for drum overheads you may ever find. I have 81 mics in my studio and I've used them all. These surprised the heck out of me, blowing away Neumanns, AKGs and many others.
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sound from overheads I've ever heard.