Omnidirectional Dynamic Microphone

Omnidirectional Dynamic Microphone Omnidirectional Dynamic Microphone Omnidirectional Dynamic Microphone
Omnidirectional Dynamic Microphone
BP4002
Omnidirectional Dynamic Microphone

Overview

Professional interview microphone with extended-length handle is ideal for on-location interviews Omnidirectional polar pattern provides a natural reproduction of surrounding ambience Frequency response is tailored for natural, clear and articulate reproduction of spoken words The back-cavity assembly “floats” inside the handle shell, providing exceptional isolation from handling noise Rugged housing with hardened-steel grille stands up to field use Integral windscreen protects against wind and breath noise Equipped with windscreen, carrying case, protective pouch and professional stand clamp

Features

  • The BP4002 omnidirectional dynamic microphone is tailored for extremely clear and articulate reproduction of spoken words
  • Featuring an extended handle that easily accommodates microphone flags, the BP4002 is ideal for all aspects of broadcast and remote newsgathering: on-location interviews, ENG, EFP, sports applications and much more
  • Designed to provide exceptional isolation from handling noise, the microphone is ruggedly built to withstand the abrasion and jostling expected with life in the field
  • The microphone offers a 3-pin XLRM-type output connector and comes generously equipped with a slip-on foam windscreen, vinyl carrying case, soft protective pouch, and professional stand clamp
  • It is available with a cardioid polar pattern as the BP4001
Tech Specs

Technical Specification

SKU BP4002
Frequency Response 80-20,000 Hz
Impedance 300 ohms
Element Dynamic
Polar Pattern Omnidirectional
Open Circuit Sensitivity –56 dB (1.5 mV) re 1V at 1 Pa
Output connector Integral 3-pin XLRM-type
Dimensions 240.8 mm (9.48") long, 40.0 mm (1.57") head diameter
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