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DPA 4062-BM

DPA 4062-BM

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DPA 4062-BM

The Type 4062-B is the black version of the Miniature Microphone Type 4062. This type is a prepolarized omnidirectional Miniature Condenser Microphone with a 5.4mm vertical diaphragm specially designed for maximum performance under the often difficult conditions when mounted directly on the human body. The utmost attention has been paid to the microphone's resistance to humidity. A double vent protection system together with water resistant materials inside the microphone make it more than difficult for moisture to cause the Miniature Microphone to fail. By changing the protection grids, the Miniature Microphones can furthermore be acoustically modified according to the placement of the microphone on the body. Type 4062 is acoustically identical with the award winning Type 4060, but the sensitivity is adjusted to 1mV/Pa to match some of the more sensitive transmitters on the market. The noise floor of the Type 4062 is 33dB(A) re. 20 Pa and if powered correctly the microphone will be able to handle sound pressure levels up to 154dB SPL before clipping occurs. A wide range of connection adapters makes it possible to use Type 4062 with close to any professional wireless system available plus 48 V phantom.
Short Description The Type 4062-B is the black version of the Miniature Microphone Type 4062.
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