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Choir microphones have always presented a unique design and installation challenge—the traditional solution is to use an angle guide on the microphone's lead to aim towards the performance venue. The problem with this approach is that either a very small microphone had to be used to keep aimable weight within practical limits—or locate the microphone's electronics at some considerable distance from the element—inviting losses and noise. The ChoirMic Series solves all of these problems. Earthworks' C30 cardioid condenser hanging gooseneck microphone provides pristine audio quality without spotlighting and more gain before feedback while picking up almost no sound from the rear of the microphone. It is ideal for miking choirs and orchestra or band in front of the choir.
Open Box Earthworks C30 Hanging Choir Microphone Level 1 White Cardioid

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  • 30kHz flat frequency response
  • No spotlighting
  • Uniform frequency response on or off axis
  • More gain before feedback
  • Picks up almost no sound from the rear of the microphone
  • Electronics housed in microphone
  • Prevents RFI
  • Mini-gooseneck allows quick and easy positioning
  • Comes with 30 foot balanced, twisted pair Canare cable
  • Available in black and white
  • Custom cable lengths available
  • Does not come with XLR (order accessory C30-XLR for installed male XLR)

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  • Frequency Response: 30Hz to 30kHz ±2dB at 12" (30.5 cm)
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid or Hypercardioid
  • Sensitivity: 10mV/Pa (-40dBV/Pa)
  • Power Requirements: 48V Phantom, 10mA
  • Max Acoustic Input: 145dB SPL
  • Output: XLR (pin 2+)
  • Output Impedence: 100 ohm balanced (50 ohm each pins 2 & 3)
  • Min Output Load: 600 ohm between pins 2 & 3
  • Noise: 22dB SPL equivalent (A weighted)
  • Dimensions L x D: 324 mm x 22 mm (12.75" x .860")
  • Attached Cable: 30' (9.14 m) Canare Star Quad
  • Weight: .22 lb. (100g) microphone only
  • 1.2 lb (544.3g) microphone with 30" cable

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