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Sennheiser MKH 8060

Whether it's a feature film, a documentary, an outdoor shoot or a studio production, the MKH 8060 will provide high quality sound to match your great pictures. Handily compact it shows its strengths as a professional shotgun microphone: The MKH 8060 delivers an absolute natural sound and outstanding off-axis linearity, attenuating sound coming from the side without coloration. Like all mics of the 8000-family it can be easily combined with the MZD 8000 digital module, turning it into a
full-fledged digital microphone.
Features
Super-cardioid/lobar pick-up pattern
Very natural sound
Undistorted off-axis sound
Exceptionally low inherent self-noise
Extremely low distortion
Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
High output signal
Rugged metal housing
Non-reflective Nextel® coating
Extremely weather-proof due to RF circuit
Ideal for camera mounting due to compact design
Becomes a digital mic when combined with the MZD 8000 digital module
Timbrally identical with the other 8000-series microphones for optimum aural compatibility


Sennheiser MKH 8070

The long shotgun microphone MKH 8070 was especially designed for picking up distant sources of sound in best quality. Its very natural sound makes it the ideal choice for major broadcast and sporting events. Featuring extreme directivity and a pronounced lobar pick-up pattern it will reliably capture that magic moment from a distance, even under the toughest sonic and climatic conditions. The MKH 8070's special design ensures attenuation of off-axis sound without coloration. Like all mics of the 8000-family it can be easily combined with the MZD 8000 digital module, turning it into a full-fledged digital microphone.FeaturesLobar pick-up patternEnhanced directivityVery natural soundUncolored off-axis soundExceptionally low inherent self-noiseExtremely low distortionTransformerless and fully floating balanced outputHigh output signalRugged metal housingNon-reflective Nextel® coatingExtremely weather-proof due to RF circuit• Nextel®- • Becomes a digital mic when combined with the MZD 8000 digital moduleTimbrally identical with the other 8000-series microphones for optimum aural compatibility


Sennheiser MKH 8050

Thanks to its super-cardioid pick-up pattern the Sennheiser MKH 8050 offers an even higher attenuation of off-axis sound, than its sister model Sennheiser MKH 8040. Thus, it is a perfect choice for recording soloists, and when absolute acoustical separation is demanded. Its balanced frequency response throughout the whole pick-up pattern ensured that large instruments like the grand piano but also orchestras sound musically flawless and free of distortion. The Nextel® coating of the MKH 8050 prevents reflections, giving you the freedom to position the microphone according to acoustic criteria alone.

Due to its cardioid pick-up pattern the Sennheiser MKH 8040 is perfectly suitable for a wide range of applications. It features a balanced frequency response throughout the whole pick-up pattern, as well as a significantly reduced pick-up of rear sound without depriving it of its natural timbre: Very valuable talents when used in rooms with poor acoustics or when disturbing sounds impinge mainly from the rear.

Its omni-directional pick-up pattern makes the Sennheiser MKH 8020 the ideal main mic for “spaced pair” and “Decca Tree” recordings or the use in an OSS “Jecklin Disk“ array. Especially in acoustically favorable ambiences this excellent microphone unfolds its outstanding quality. With a wide frequency response, which reaches deep down to 10 Hz the MKH 8020 is a perfect choice for capturing instruments like organ, grand piano or double bass in all their natural beauty. Furthermore, its capsule design is optimized for an extraordinarily even directional diagram.

Sennheiser MKH 8040 Stereoset

Versatile cardioid microphone. Especially suited to applications in rooms with poor acoustics or when disturbing sounds impinge mainly from the rear. Balanced frequency response. Extremely low distortion.

Cardioid pick-up pattern
Modular design
Wide frequency response 30 to 50.000 Hz
Symmetrical transducer with 2 backplates providing extremly low distortion
Extremly low inherent self-noise
Aaccurate directional pattern
Non reflective Nextel coating
Ideal as a spot microphone and for surround recordings
Also available in stereo pairs

Sennheiser MKH 8020 Stereoset

Outstanding omni-directional instrument microphone. Ideal as a main mic for “spaced pair” and “Decca Tree” recordings or the use in an OSS “Jecklin Disk“ array. Wide frequency response: 10 – 60,000 Hz.

Onmi-directional pick-up pattern
Modular design
Wide frequency response 10 to 60.000 Hz
Symmetrical transducer with 2 backplates providing extremly low distortion
Extremly low inherent self-noise
Accurate directional pattern
Non reflective Nextel coating
Ideal for stereo and surround recordings, as an M microphone and for ambience
Also available in stereo pairs


Sennheiser MZF 8000

Sennheiser MZF 8000 is a new filter module for the MKH 8000 professional RF condenser microphone series. Especially in the broadcast and film industries, it effectively blocks interference caused by infrasound, such as low-frequency noises caused by wind and handling.
Features
Switchable roll-off filter (-3 dB at 160 Hz)
Fixed low-cut filter (-3 dB at 16 Hz)
Suppresses infrasound especially well
Extremely low inherent noise - complex acoustic details are preserved
High-quality -10 dB pad protects against overdriving
Fully floating balanced output allows for non-critical connection technology with minimal distortion
Extremely compact design
Module can be used with remote accessory


Sennheiser MZD 8000

The MZD 8000 digital module is optimally matched to the 8000 series microphones. It is simply screwed onto the microphone head in place of the XLR module, turning the analogue audio signal into a digital one. Since the converting takes place right behind the microphone head the clear, warm, and vivid sound of the microphones is completely preserved. With the MZD 8000 cable losses, interferences, and poor sound caused by badly matched A/D converters are history.
Features

    2-channel 24-bit A/D converter

    Studio grade preamp and converter

    Sampling rate 44,1 kHz, 48kHz, 88,2 kHz, 96 kHz, 176,4 kHz, and 192 kHz

    Remote controlled DSP functions

    Digital output in AES 42 format

    External synchronization via AES 42, Mode 2

    Color: Nextel® black, non reflecting, matching to MKH 8000 series



DMI-2 portable 12V, World Clock IN/OUT, AES/EBU IN/OUT

Das DMI-2 portable ist das ideale digitale Mikrofon-Interface für Außeneinsätze wie zum Beispiel in der elektronischen Berichterstattung (ENG/EFP).

Das Interface unterstützt 2 digitale Mikrofone und bietet die Möglichkeit, die Einstellungen für Gain, Pre-Attenuation und Low-Cut-Filter direkt am Gerät zu verändern. Darüber hinaus informiert dasintegrierte Display über die Verstärkung (Gain) sowie in einer Balkenanzeige über den aktuellen Signalpegel und die Gain-Reduktion.

Die Bedienung kann selbstverständlich auch über die RCS-Software erfolgen, die vollen Zugriff auf alle Parameter der Mikrofone bietet. Zusätzlich lassen sich im DMI-2 portable Mikrofon-Presets für Außeneinsätze speichern und abrufen.


Sennheiser MKH 20 / 30 / 40 / 50 / 60 / 70

The Sennheiser MKH 20 is usually used as a main microphone for orchestras and solo instruments, and picks up the natural acoustics of the room, though it does have a much wider range of applications as omni-directional microphones do not suffer from 'proximity effect'.
The symmetrical transducer design of the Sennheiser MKH 30 produces an unusually wide and smooth frequency response. It is particularly suited to soloists and small instrumental groups and can also serve as an 'S' microphone in MS stereo applications. As a support microphone it is particularly useful in the effective suppression of sounds from adjacent sound sources.
The Sennheiser MKH 40 has a large number of applications, for example as a main microphone, especially in lightly reverberant or acoustically less perfect rooms, with instrumental groups or for speech applications. Its wide-angled, neutral directional characteristics.
The super-cardioid Sennheiser MKH 50 offers a higher attenuation of diffusefield and lateral sound than the cardioid microphone. It is principally designed for use as a soloist's or spot microphone for applications requiring a high degree of side-borne sound muting and feedback rejection. The directional characteristics are frequency-independent.
The Sennheiser MKH 60 is a lightweight short gun microphone. It is versatile and easy to handle and its superb lateral sound muting makes it an excellent choice for film and reporting applications. Its high degree of directivity ensures high sound quality for distance applications.
The MKH 70 is a lightweight long gun microphone. Its excellent directivity is particularly suited to applications undertaken in difficult conditions, such as high background noise and distance microphone positioning. Its frequency-independent directivity prevents sound colouration from off-axis sound sources.


Sennheiser MKH 416 Ph

The MKH 416 is a short gun interference tube microphone. Its excellent directivity and compact design, high consonant articulation and feedback rejection make the MKH 416 a superb all-round microphone for film, radio and television, especially


Sennheiser MKH 418S

The MKH 418 S is an M-S stereo shotgun microphone. Its M-S format, compact dimensions, very good consonant clarity and good spatial representation make it ideally suited for every type of application in film, radio, television and reporting, both indoors and outdoors.