The Audio Technica U841A is a wide-range condenser microphone with an omnidirectional polar pattern. It is designed for surface mount applications such as high-quality sound reinforcement, conferencing, professional recording, television and other demanding sound pickup applications.The microphone requires 11V to 52V phantom power or a 1.5V AA battery for operation. A battery need not be in place for phantom power operation. The microphone is equipped with UniGuard RFI-shielding technology, which offers outstanding rejection of radio frequency interference (RFI). The microphone includes a 7.6 m (25') permanently attached miniature cable. Its free end connects to the provided AT8531 power module via a special TA3F type connector to optimize RFI immunity. The output of the power module is a 3-pin XLRM type connector. A 3-position switch in the power module permits choice of off, on/flat response or on, low-roll-off (via integral 80 Hz high-pass UniSteep filter). The roll-off position reduces the pickup of low-frequency ambient noise. The microphone comes equipped with a power module, a battery and a soft protective pouch. The microphone's heavy die-cast case and non-slip silicon foam bottom pads minimize coupling of surface vibration to the microphone. The microphone features a low-reflectance black finish.
Small-diameter UniPoint omnidirectional capsule near boundary eliminates phase distortion and delivers clear, high-output performance
Offers the convenience of battery or phantom power operation
Superior off-axis rejection for maximum gain before feedback
UniGuard RFI-shielding technology offers outstanding rejection of radio frequency interference (RFI)
Self-contained electronics eliminate need for external power module
UniSteep filter provides a steep low-frequency attenuation to improve sound pickup without affecting voice quality
Heavy die-cast case and non-slip silicon foam bottom pads minimize coupling of surface vibration to the microphone
Low-profile design with low-reflectance finish for minimum visibility
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