The PRO 42 is a wide range condenser microphone with a cardioid polar pattern. It was designed for surface mount applications such as high quality sound reinforcement and other demanding sound pickup situations.The microphone requires 9V to 52V phantom power for operation.The microphone's cardioid polar pattern provides a 120 degree angle of acceptance (cardioid in hemisphere above mounting surface). The microphone includes a 7.6 m (25') permanently attached cable with an XLRM type connector, which allows it to be plugged directly into an XLRF type jack or cable connector.The microphone's rubber non-slip bottom pad minimizes mechanical coupling of surface vibrations to the microphone. The microphone is enclosed in a rugged case and protected by heavy perforated steel. It features a low-reflectance black finish.
The PRO 42's low-profile design assures inconspicuous appearance for surface-mount use in boardroom, school, government, house of worship and other installed applications. Designed for sound reinforcement, broadcasting and recording applications, the PRO 42 brings crisp, intelligible audio reproduction to the podium, stage, conference table and beyond. With a wide-range condenser element and low-mass diaphragm for superior performance, the microphone is equipped with self-contained electronics, eliminating the need for external power modules.
Wide-range condenser element with low-mass diaphragm for superior performance
Uniform cardioid polar pattern for maximum rejection of unwanted sounds
Self-contained electronics eliminate need for external power module
Rugged design and construction for reliable performance
Very low-profile design for minimum visibility
Did You Know...... that while boundary mics are widely utilized in conference rooms and training applications many Audio Engineers use them as drum recording mics. It's true! Musicians and Audio Engineers can benefit from a pair of boundary mics by placing them on the floor on both sides of a kick drum, on the walls or even inside the kick drum. Have fun experimenting to find your killer drum sound.