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|Package Weight||1.4 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||25.0 x 5.5 x 3.0"|
|Frequency Response||50 Hz to 17 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||96.2 dB, (@ 1 kW Load)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||66.0 dB, (Referenced @ 94 dB SPL)|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||124.2 dB, (1 kHz @ 1% THD, 1 kW Load)|
|Power Requirements||Phantom, (11 to 52v DC)|
|Output Impedance||150 Ohms (180 Ohms Actual @ 1 kHz)|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||None|
|Applications||Speeches, Lectures, Houses of Worship, Mount on Podiums, Lecturnes, etc.|
|Dimensions||Microphone: 23.92 x .79" (607.64 x 20.07mm) LxDiameter Mounting Flange: 2.62" (66.70mm) In Diameter|
|Weight||1.82 lbs. (82 kg)|
|Output Connectors||XLR3-M Type|
We use this as a pulpit microphone for our church, we have tried several mics but have not been able to find one that can pick up all our speakers. After one serves this microphone seems to do the trick
This is a dependable, durable mic that serves professional needs at a reasonable price. Buy the 'S' model which has a mute switch and LED indicator and helps reduce echo or feedback during non-speaking breaks in transmissions.
This is the second one we've purchased in the past month.We use them in our Church. The sound is great!
The words are short, it's a Shure microphone ...
I've used several different makes and models of gooseneck microphones and Shure is the best.
Great service, great product.
These Shure MX418C double-gooseneck mics are ideal for our application. After building a small bracket for the supplied hardware and securing the bracket on a mic stand, we are using the mics at a table for two participants.
great quality, bought this to replace another brand gooseneck mic that required speaker to be very close to mic- this solved our main issue and also gave us a cleaner more natural sound
Awesome mic with great sound quality. I modified dip switches to allow mic to toggle on/off for user control. Very good experience with first use.
Want to be heard in a church without pressing your lips to the Mic? No equivalent.