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DPA 4007A d:dicate Omni Microphone Black

MPN: 

4007A

The mic is a phantom powered (P48) close miking specialist with an extremely linear on-axis response in an extended frequency range from 10 Hz to 40 kHz (±2 dB).

$2,479.95

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The mic is a phantom powered (P48) close miking specialist with an extremely linear on-axis response in an extended frequency range from 10 Hz to 40 kHz (±2 dB).

This microphone is suitable for a wide range of applications from AB stereo pair to close-miking tasks as well as measurement requirements.
 

The microphone capsule

This high-performance condenser omni mic has an unbeatable dynamic range of 124 dB from the noise floor to 1% THD. It is capable of handling up to 160 dB SPL peak before clipping occurs.

It has, through its total acoustical transparency and ultra-high SPL handling capability, gained a reputation as being the first choice for picking up drums, percussion and brass instruments, whenever a natural and non-distorted result is paramount.

Due to its linear qualities and perfect omnidirectionality, it is also used as reference microphone in both microphone comparisons and acoustic test equipment.
 

A truly flexible range

The MMC4007 Capsule is part of the flexible d:dicate™ Microphone series. The MMC4007, with the MMP-A preamplifier, is a legendary high-SPL recording and calibration classic with natural tone and dynamics. The MMC4007, with the MMP-C compact preamplifier, provides neutral sonic and visual design with linear response in extended frequency bandwidth.

At any time, and with no tools needed, it is possible to transform the d:dicate™ 4007A Omnidirectional Microphone, 12 mm into a new configuration. You can combine it with another d:dicate™ or d:facto™ Microphone Capsule or Preamplifier.

 

Features

The product offers the following features

Neutral, precise and versatile

Linear response up to 40 kHz

Unbeatable dynamic range

Extreme SPL handling up to 160 dB

Recording and measuring reference

Close-miking

Modular flexibility