Countryman H6OW5TSL H6 Omnidirectional Headset with SL Connector for Shure - Tan


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H6OW5TSL - Overview

ZOOM CERTIFIED HARDWARE! Zoom Certified Hardware has undergone comprehensive testing by Zoom to ensure you a seamless communication experience.

H6OW5TSL, Shure: AXT100+, BLX1, FP1, GLXD1, MXW1, PG1, PGX1, PGXD1, QLXD1, SLX1, UC1, ULX1, ULXD1, UR1, UR1M, (O) Omnidirectional, (W5) Standard gain for general speaking, (T) Tan

The H6 Headset is the lowest profile headset microphone in the world. Combining the transparent sound quality and water-resistant capsule design of the E6 Earset with a comfortable, lightweight, and easily adjustable headframe, the H6 Headset is perfect for houses of worship, theaters, broadcasters, and presenters.

  • Features:

    • Nearly invisible: With a diameter of only 0.1" (2.5 mm) - the size of a No. 2 pencil lead - the mic capsule virtually disappears when worn.
    • Rugged cable: Aramid strength members and engineered alloys ensure that our cables provide extreme tensile and flex strength.
    • True colors: Our colors are precision-matched to theatre makeup shades to blend with a wide range of skin tones and clothing.
    • Sweat - resistant connector: The mic detaches from the cable using a new connector with a tight seal against moisture.
  • Specifications:

    • Omnidirectional Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
    • Operating Current: 500 uA
    • Operating Voltage: 1 to 2 Volts
    • Power Supply Voltage:
    • +3V with 2.7 kOhm load
    • +5V with 6.8 kOhm load
    • +9V with 15 kOhm load
    • Weight: 0.07 oz (2 grams)
    • Sensitivity: Omnidirectional W5 (no band): 7.0 mV/Pascal
    • Equivalent Acoustic Noise: W5: 24 dBA
    • Overload Sound Level: Omnidirectional W5: 120 dB SPL

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