Designed for drums, guitars, pianos, or indeed, any application requiring a pencil-mic design, the sE Electronics sE7 is a back-electret, small-diaphragm condenser microphone. It sports a cardioid polar pattern. Fashioned from class-A circuitry and utilizing a transformerless output, the microphone captures sound with clarity and neutrality across its frequency response, thus eschewing overly harsh highs and aiding in a pleasurable bottom end.
A switchable 20 dB attenuation pad allows you to use this microphone with loud instruments, doing so with a favorable signal-to-noise ratio. A low-cut filter at 80 Hz helps filter out rumble and other unwanted bass issues. Thus, you can use the sE7 in both close and distant miking scenarios.
An all-metal chassis provides a robust, roadworthy construction, while gold-plated XLR terminations ensure security in the connecting process. A mic clip and a windscreen are included.
Capsule Type: 1/2“ back-electret condenser capsule
Polar Pattern: Cardioid
Frequency range: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
Sensitivity: 19 mV/Pa (-34.5 dBV)
Max SPL: 136 / 156 dBSPL (0/20 dB Attenuation pad)
Equivalent noise level: 16 dB(A)
Dynamic range: 120 / 140 dB (0/20 dB Attenuation pad)
Signal to Noise Ratio: 78 dB
Low-cut filter: 80 Hz, 6 dB/Oct, switchable
Attenuation Pad: 20 dB, switchable
Powering: 48 Volts according to IEC 61938
Electrical Impedance: <200 Ohms
Recommended load impedance: >1k Ohms
Current consumption: 3.0 mA
Connectivity: 3-pin male XLR connector
Dimensions: Diameter: 23mm (0.91 in), Length 120mm (4.72 in)
Weight: 128 g
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