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e 914

e 914

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Article number: 500206

High-grade cardioid condenser microphone for demanding applications. Outstanding sound properties for highly sophisticated applications like acoustic guitars, cymbals, percussion, overheads, orchestras, and grand pianos.


Overview

A brilliant all-rounder for demanding tasks.

The e 914 is a condenser microphone of the superior class with a full-bodied sound and excellent dynamics. Its silky character, never headstrong, is developed from the gentle emphasis of the sophisticated treble. Its straightforward transient response accurately captures the temperament of each set, even at very high sound pressure levels. With its detailed resolution, the e 914 makes every live drum sound more refined. The capsule has extraordinary feedback resistance and can be individually adapted to various needs: three positions of bass roll-off/cut-off and pre-attenuation can be set.

Key Features

  • Condenser microphone
  • Perfect for ambitious (live) recordings
  • Excellent dynamics and lively sound on a wide range of instruments
  • Handles very high sound pressure levels
  • Three-position bass roll-off/cut-off switch
  • Three-position pre-attenuation

Specifications

Dimensions Ø 24 x 157 mm
Attenuation Attenuation
Min. terminating impedance 1000 Ω
Connector XLR-3
Pick-up pattern cardioid
Phantom powering 48 V/2,2 mA
Transducer principle (Microphone) pre-polarised condenser microphone
Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz) 7 mV/Pa
Equivalent noise level 19 dB(A)
Frequency response 20 - 20000 Hz
Nominal impedance 100 Ω
Max. Sound pressure level (active) - 137, 147 (with activated -10 db attenuation), 157 (with activated -20 db attenuation) db
Weight 198 g

What's in the Box

  • e 914 microphone
  • Microphone clamp MZQ 800
  • Windscreen
  • Pouch
  • User manual