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Microtech Gefell M210

Microtech Gefell M210

SKU: 211118
Studio Condenser Microphone System in modular designHyper Cardioid
  • Overview:

    • transformerless output
    • modern small membrane capsule
    • modular system
    • polar patterns: Hyper Cardioid


    The condenser miniature microphone system SMS 2000 consists of microphone preamplifier and exchangable capsules with the polar patterns cardioid, hyper cardioid and omnidirectional. Accordingly, the microphones M 200, M 210 and M 270 are available. This allows universal application in professional recording and sound reinforcement.


    The newly developed, transformerless circuit design substitutes the previous transformer for a symmetrical output stage. The preamplifier is distinguished by its remarkably low intrinsic noise and output capabilities.


    The module system adjusted to optimum reproduction properties allows a particularly clean and colourless sound reproduction. The direction of maximum sensitivity is axial. The studio microphone module system is equipped with a comprehensive range of accessories for widely varying methods of microphone mounting.


    lt is possible to activate a 10 dB-preattenuation for handling very high sound pressure levels. A sensitivity reduction for low frequencies can be utilized to suppress the proximity effect. The two switches are sunk into the middle of the microphone.


    The microphone are equipped with a standard 3-pin XLR connector fitting to a microphone cable, e.g.  C 70. The operation voltage is provided by 48V phantom powering according to the international standards DIN 45 596 and IEC 268-15.


    The studio microphone system is available in a satin nickel and black matt finish.



    The pressure gradient transducer M 21 with the hyper cardioid polar pattern causes a strong "focussing" of sound in the front half-space and a suppression of crosstalk. The microphone capsule should be used for applications requiring special protection of front-impinging sound against surrounding noise.

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