Sennheiser ME 66 with K6 Shotgun Mic

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Description

It's supercardiod pickup pattern will maximize what you get at the front end, while at the same time being a very directional mic. The K6 lets the mic attain high output with low noise operation, as well as the option to utilize the switchable bass roll off filter. It's compact design and exceptional front end pickup pattern has made it a favorite with ENG and news crews that operate in tight, sometimes loud circumstances.
aka ME66 ME-66

Owner's Notes

The Sennheiser ME 66 shotgun microphone is especially suitable for reporting, film and broadcast location applications.

What comes in the package:

• ME 66 Shotgun Mic
• K6 Power Modual (th

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Brand
Sennheiser
Model
ME 66 with K6 Shotgun Mic
Condition
Like New

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The Sennheiser ME 66 shotgun microphone is especially suitable for reporting, film and broadcast location applications.

What comes in the package:

• ME 66 Shotgun Mic
• K6 Power Modual (the ME66 also works with the K6P Power Modual).
• Windscreen
• 1 AA Battery for K6 Power Modual and one extra AA battery.
• XLR to Mini Adapter.
• Shock Mount for attaching microphone to boompole.
• 12' XLR female to XLR male cable.
• Features

Super-Cardioid/Lobar Pick-Up Pattern.

A variation of the cardioid microphone that is most sensitive at the front while rejecting sounds entering 150°to the rear.

Highly Directional

A directional microphone picks up from the direction inwhich it is pointed and is highly senstive.

Low Inherent Self-Noise

A microphone's inherent self noise, is also called its noise floor. The more self-noise a microphone has, the less signal it can take in.

High Sensitivity

Sensitivity refers to the microphone's ability to convert acoustic pressure to electric voltage. The senstivity describes at what voltage a microphone will produce at a certain sound pressure level. A microphone with high sensitivity will give a high-voltage output and therefore will not need as much gain (or amplification) as a microphone with lower sensitivity.

All of these features combine to make a leightweight, easy to use microphone for picking up quiet sounds in noisy environments.

Brand
Sennheiser
Model
ME 66 with K6 Shotgun Mic
Condition
Like New


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