Easy handling, high gain before feedback and a good fit – this perfectly sums up the characteristics of the TG H34 headset microphone with a cardioid polar pattern. That is why it fits perfectly for theatres, stages, especially for musicians who act as vocalists.
Transducer type: Condenser (back electret)
Operating principle: Pressure gradient
Polar pattern: Supercardioid Frequency response
Close miking: 20 – 13,000 Hz
Distant miking (measured at 1 m): 180 – 13,000 Hz
Open circuit voltage: 6.0 mV/Pa; -44.5 dBV 3 dB
Nominal impedance: approx. 700 ohms
Load impedance: 3.5 kohms Max. SPL at 1 kHz: 119 dB
Equivalent SPL: 31.5 dB SPL
Power supply: Direct current 1.5 – 9 V Max.
Power consumption: 780 A Connector: 4-pin Tiny QG Pin 1 = 0 V Pin 2 = AF output, bias voltage Pin 3 = – Pin 4 = –
Dimensions Diameter: 15 mm
Length microphone boom: 95 mm
For wired operation at a phantom powering input, the optional CV 18 is necessary.