Soundtechnic GM19 Gooseneck Condenser Microphone
SOUNDTECHNIC GM19 CARDIOID CONDENSER GOOSENECK MICROPHONE
- Designed for high-quality sound reinforcement, professional recording and broadcasting
- Superior off-axis rejection for maximum gain before feedback
- Easy to adjust, rugged, small diameter, alternating gooseneck with positioning into desired shape
- Provides a steep low-frequency attenuation to improve sound pickup without affecting voice quality
- Self-contained electronics eliminate need for external power module
- Two-stage foam windscreen improved resistance to P-pops and other breath blasts
- Quick-mount design with 3-pin XLR/M connector insert at base plugs into any standard XLR/F surface or cable connector
- Optional shock mount attenuated noise, shock and vibration transmitted through the mounting surface
- ELEMENT : Fixed-charge back plate permanently polarized condenser
- POLAR PATTERN : Cardioid
- FREQUENCY RESPONSE : 100-16,000 Hz
- LOW FREQUENCY ROLL-OFF : 80 Hz , 18dB/octave
- OPEN CIRCUIT SENSITIVITY : -43 dB (7.0 mV) re 1V at 1 Pa
- IMPEDANCE : 250ohms
- MAXIMUM INPUT SOUND LEVEL : 140dB SPL, 1 kHz at 1% T.H.D.
- DYNAMIC RANGE ( TYPICAL ) : 111 dB, 1 kHz at Max SPL
- SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO : 65dB, 1 kHz at 1 Pa
- PHANTOM POWER : 11-52V DC , 2 mA typical
- SWITCH : Flat, roll-off
- WEIGHT : 152g
- DIMENSION : 480mm-Long, 12.3mm-head diameter, 18.9mm-base diameter
- OUTPUT CONNECTOR : Integral 3-pin XLR/M Connector
The GM19 stand 480mm from the table or podium, and require 11V to 52V phantom power for operation.
Output from the microphone’s XLR/M connector is Low impedance (Lo-Z) balance. The signal appears across pins 2 and 3; Pin 1 is ground (shield). Output phase is “Pin 2 hot“ positive acoustics pressure produces positive voltage at Pin 2.
At integral 80Hz high-pass SOUNDTECHNIC filter provides easy switching from a flat frequency response to a Low-end roll-off. The roll-off position reduces the microphone’s sensitivity to popping in close vocal use. It also reduces the pickup of low frequency ambient noise (such as traffic, air-handing systems, etc), room reverberation and mechanically coupled vibrations.
Avoid leaving the microphone in the open sun or in area where temperatures exceed 43C for extended periods. Extremely high humidity should also be avoided.