This type of microphone has a low-frequency rolloff to compensate for the low-frequency boost which occurs when close-miking. It is used primarily in voiceover and sound reinforcement applications, and wherever good speech audibility in a noisy environment is a prime requirement. It is suited for the recording of music in exceptional cases only. When it is used at a distance of ca. 10 cm flat frequency response can be obtained.
– cardioid pattern – for pickup of speech or music at close range (under 10cm) – considerable attenuation of low frequencies
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