Piezo contact mic , designed primarily for sound designers and field recordings, it can also be used for recording musical instruments, strings and keyboards.
This microphone picks up vibrations propagating on the surface of the recorded object and converts the vibrations into an electrical signal, amplifying it many times using the built-in preamplifier. With this device, you can hear and record sound that you cannot record with standard sound recording devices.
This is the second revision of this microphone model, in which we took into account our mistakes, as well as user feedback and suggestions, and made the device even better for you and your creativity.
Each copy is assembled by hand and goes through a quality control stage.
Body material - Dural
Cable type -Balanced
Cable diameter -4.6mm
Cable Length: 200mm
Conductor type - Oxygen-free copper
Screen type - Braided
Screen material - Tinned copper
Insulation material -PVC modified
Connector -XLR male (NEUTRIK)
Frequency response -8-20000 Hz
Power - Phantom power 48V
Operating temperature -20 +50 ° C (Without magnetic lock)
Dust and moisture protection: sensitive element IP68, connector IP63.
Material: Magnet: Nd-Fe-B
Maximum operating temperature: +80 ° C
(irreversible demagnetization process)
Plating: Nickel + Copper + Nickel Plated Triple Layer
The main differences between REV2 and REV1 are in replacing the cable with a softer and more elastic one, changing the pre-amplifier circuitry and introducing protection against a high amplitude signal (required for recording various metal structures, such as bridges.) Also, the changes made to the circuit made it possible to increase the gain. The REV2 has a magnet on the sensing element of the contact microphone, this magnet allows the contact microphone to be firmly fixed to a metal surface.
To reduce its own electrical noise, an EMI filter was installed in the structure.
Запись производилась на аудио рекордер TASCAM DR-100mkIII