Telefunken M60 FET cardioid

M60 vahvistin + TK60 kardioidikapseli.

Pätevä mikrofoni rumpujen overheadiksi, hi-hatille, ride cymbaalille, pianolle, akustiselle kitaralle ja muille akustisille instrumenteille.


The M60 FET Cardioid package includes one M60 amplifier paired with a TK60 cardioid polar pattern capsule. The TK60 features a 6-micron gold-sputtered membrane measuring 15mm in diameter, with a surprisingly full low end, and a quick and accurate transient response. The frequency response is flat from 150 Hz to 7 kHz, with a smooth, airy presence peak at 8 kHz making it ideal for drum overheads, hi-hat and ride cymbals, piano, acoustic guitar, and other acoustic instruments.


Sonic Characteristic


The M60 FET’s incredibly quick transient response captures nuances and subtleties with impressive precision and clarity. This results in an extremely detailed sonic image with definition and presence, perfectly suited for the complex character of stringed instruments and percussive sources.


Circuit Design


Utilizing a unique proprietary circuit topology, this re-interpretation of the classic FET mic amplifier produces an exceptional transient response and SPL handling capabilities. Carefully selected and tested components are hand-plugged into gold-plated circuit board traces to provide an ultra-clean true Class A discrete amplifier with a frequency response of +/- 2dB from 20 Hz to 50 kHz. The output is matched with a custom American-made transformer that offers an especially low self-noise and a typical THD+N of 0.015% or better, making it ideal for critical recording applications.


Construction


The M60 FET amplifier body is finished in a durable, lightly textured black powder coat adorned with the historic TELEFUNKEN diamond badge. The microphone’s XLR connector shell complements the look with a matte black nickel-plated finish engraved with the model and serial number. The TK6x capsules feature a bright nickel-plated enclosure with a fine gold mesh pattern.


Accessories


The M60 FET Cardioid system ships complete with a SGMC-5R 5-meter XLR cable with right angle female connector, M761 elastic shock mount, and a foam windscreen, all packed in an ZC61 zipper carrying case.


 







Technical Specifications














  • Type

  • Pressure Gradient Condenser

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  • Capsule

  • TK60 - 15 mm Edge Terminated Diaphragm

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  • Tube Type

  • Active FET Transistor (No Vacuum Tube)

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  • Transformer

  • Custom Wound TELEFUNKEN T61CT

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  • Polar Pattern

  • Cardioid

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  • Frequency Range

  • 20 Hz - 31.5 kHz, ± 2 dB (Amplifier)

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  • Sensitivity

  • 8.6 mV/PA, ± 1dB

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  • THD at 1kHZ at 1Pa (Amplifier)

  • < 0.01%

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  • Output Impedance

  • 120 Ω

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  • Maximum SPL (for 1% THD)

  • > 130 dB

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  • S/N Ratio

  • > 89 dBA

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  • Self Noise (Amplifier)

  • ≤ 5 dBA

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  • Dimensions

  • 140 mm L x 21 mm Dia

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  • Weight

  • 110 g

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  • Current Draw

  • 2 mA

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  • Power Requirement

  • +48 VDC Phantom Power

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  • Cable

  • SGMC-5R - 5 Meter (16.9 ft) Cable, Right Angle Female 3 Pin XLR, 3 Pin Male XLR

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  • Shockmount

  • M 961 - Suspended Elastic Mount

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  • Flight Case

  • ZC61 - Soft Foam Zip Case, ZC62 for Stereo Set







Erikoishinta Verollinen: 649,00 € Veroton: 649,00 € ALV 0%

Normaali hinta: Ovh. 749,00 €

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Telefunken

TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik of South Windsor, CT has been following the tradition of excellence and innovation set forth by the original TELEFUNKEN GmbH of Germany that began over 100 years ago. TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik's origins began in 2000 when owner Toni Fishman acquired the rights to the name and diamond logo for use in North America. The company began with the reverse engineering of a single microphone part: the ELA M 251 polar pattern selector. Mr. Fishman purchased an original Telefunken ELA M 251 for use in his recording studio, but when he received it he discovered that the polar pattern switch was no longer functional. Realizing that this was a common issue with the original units, the idea to recreate it was born. The switch was reverse engineered and brought into production for other 251 owners with the same issue. With one part down, the goals were set high to successfully reverse engineer the entire microphone exactly as it was originally manufactured. The next two years were spent developing each and every part of the microphone right down to every detail. Numerous original documents and drafts from TELEFUNKEN and AKG were acquired, and coupled with thorough reverse engineering the ELA M 251 was brought back to life with meticulous accuracy.