The Senheiser omni-directional MKH 8020 is ideal for recording large and small sound sources, for a "Decca Tree" or for use in an OSS "Jecklin Disk" array. As it does not suffer from a proximity effect, it is also a good choice for close-miking. If the acoustic ambiance is right, this microphone will provide very impressive recordings. The extra octave at the bottom end makes the MKH 8020 perfect for recording pipe organs, grand piano and acoustic double-bass.
Outstanding omni-directional instrument microphone. Ideal as a main mic for “spaced pair” and “Decca Tree” recordings or the use in an OSS “Jecklin Disk“ array. Wide frequency response: 10 – 60,000 Hz.
Onmi-directional pick-up pattern
Wide frequency response 10 to 60.000 Hz
Symmetrical transducer with 2 backplates providing extremly low distortion
Extremly low inherent self-noise
Accurate directional pattern
Non reflective Nextel coating
Ideal for stereo and surround recordings, as an M microphone and for ambience
Also available in stereo pairs