The D 20 is a dynamic directional microphone with a very pronounced cardioid polar pattern. Since its cardioid action is independent of frequency throughout the entire wide range, it is best suited for applications where loudspeakers are within close range or where sounds from the rear must not be picked up.
The particularly flat frequency response (deviating only 2.5 dB from the standard curve) and the extremely favorable discrimination (higher than 20 dB anywhere) are outstanding features of this D 20 microphone. The robust construction and built-in steel suspension guarantee many hers of trouble-free service. The sensitive side of the microphone is easily distinguished by the light colored grille protecting the microphone against wind and breathing noises.
Professional Dynamic Cardioid Microphone with bass attenuation switch providing 0, -7, and -12 dB at 50Hz
Frequency Range - 30Hz to 16kHz
Impedance - 200Ohms (60 Ohms if specified)
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