The CCM 22 has been developed for use as a spot microphone. It unites the strengths of the CCM 4 and CCM 21 microphones. Its directionality is only slightly less than that of the CCM 4 cardioid, while its sonic character is reminiscent of the CCM 21 wide cardioid. Its directivity is essentially constant throughout the frequency range. Its inherent low-frequency response is somewhat more pronounced than that of the cardioid, while proximity effect is somewhat less.
– new kind of directional pattern: “Open Cardioid” – optimal combination of classic cardioid directionality (MK 4) with the sonic character of the wide cardioid (MK 21) – directional pattern larg
The years of experience which many recording engineers have had with the various types of SCHOEPS cardioid microphones have played a large role in the design process. The CCM 4 cardioid is often reli
|Equivalent noise level (CCIR)|
|Current consumption with 12 V|
|Current consumption with 48 V|