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The ME 62 is an omni-directional microphone head suitable for K6 and K6P powering modules. It can be used for reporting, discussions and interviews. The ME 62 is particularly suitable for good reproduction of 'room' ambience and 'spaced omni' stereo recording. Matt black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
Powering module for battery/phantom powering. The K6 powering module is the heart of this Sennheiser professional modular microphone system and can be powered either by its internal 'AA' size 1.5 V battery or by 12 - 48 V phantom power. The K6 can be combined with different condenser microphone heads to provide a wide variety of polar patterns. Matt black, anodised scratch-resistant finish.
Powering module for phantom powering. The K6P powering module is at the heart of Sennheiser's professional modular condenser microphone system. It is similar to the K6 powering module but is powered by 12 - 48 V phantom power only, for use where battery power is not required (e.g. permanent installations).
This open-cell foam windshield for the ME 62 and ME 64 microphone heads provides effective protection against wind and pop noise.
This velour foam windshield for the ME 62 and ME 64 microphone heads is primarily designed for outdoor applications.
Fast changing microphone clamp with 3/8'', 5/8'' und 1/2'' windings for the Sennheiser K6 and K6-P module.
Microphone clamp with integral flashmount adaptor for secure attachment of K6/K6P powering modules to the flashmount of video cameras.
Shock mount with integral flashmount adaptor for secure attachment of K6/K6P powering modules to video cameras.
Shock mount with 3/8", 5/8", and 1/2" interchangeable thread for the K6/K6P powering modules.
The ME 64 is a cardioid microphone head designed for use with the K6 and K6P powering modules. It has a very wide range of applications including reporting, interviews, dubbing, live sound reinforcement and recording applications. Matt black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
Super-cardioid microphone head suitable for K6 and K6P powering modules. Especially suited to vocal and speech applications. Excellent feedback rejection due to frequency-independent directivity. Integral pop filter. Matt black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
The ME 66 is a shotgun microphone head designed for use with the K6 and K6P powering modules. It is especially suitable for reporting, film and broadcast location applications and for picking up quiet signals in noisy or acoustically live environments as it discriminates against sound not emanating from the main pick-up direction. Matt black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
The ME 67 is a long gun microphone head designed for use with the K6 and K6P powering modules. A highly directional microphone, it can be used where the microphone must be placed at a distance from the sound source. Matt black, anodised, scratch-resistant finish.
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