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CEMC-6 Solid State Microphone Stereo Kit
The Peluso CEMC-6 is a solid-state small diaphragm condenser microphone. The CEMC-6 ships with a fixed cardioid pattern capsule with a 20-millimeter gold sputtered diaphragm. The capsule is easily swapped with additional capsules (not included) that provide omni-directional, cardioid, wide cardioid, or hyper-cardioid patterns. The CECM-6 features a 10 dB and 20dB pad switch and a two-position high pass filter with 75hz and 150hz settings. This is a very versatile microphone used in the studio for vocals and acoustic instruments to drum overheads. For the remote recorder this is a great mic for orchestras and live audience tapers. You'll always get great results from one of the most versatile best sounding small diaphragm mics on the market.
This kit features a pair of acoustically matched CEMC-6 microphones. We individually test and graph the frequency response for every microphone we make. Stereo matched pairs are hand selected to have identical frequency responses across the audible spectrum (±1dB).
Additional capsules with omni-directional, cardioid, wide cardioid, and hyper-cardioid patterns available.
KIT Includes Two Acoustically Matched CEMC-6 Microphones with Cardioid Capsules, Two Shock Mounts, Two Hard Mounts, and Two Wind Screens all packed in a Flight Case.
Type: Condenser Pressure Gradient w/ 20mm capsule
Frequency Range: 19Hz/25Khz
Polar Pattern: Cardioid w/ removable capsule
Sensitivity: 10 mv/pa
Impedance: 200 ohms
SPL: 156 dB w/ 20dB pad switch engaged
Equivalent Noise: 14 dB(A)
Power Requirements: Phantom - 48v ± 4v
Current Consumption: < 3.0 MA
Size: 22mm x 164mm
'As room mics for a jazz vocalist and acoustic pianist, the CEMC-6's worked very well. They soon replaced the Shure SM81, Oktava MK-012, and AT4050 mics as my preferred drum overheads. I've used them on acoustic guitar with great results. I loved them on acoustic piano. I recently used them on first and second violins in a recording I did of my jazz band playing with a string orchestra. I've also used them as a spaced pair in front of an orchestra with quite favorable results…
… So I'm putting my money where my mouth is. I bought all the Peluso mics sent to me. No small feat for someone on a jazz musician's salary. But I couldn't let them go out of my house. They'd already paid for themselves. They're now my "go to" mics for many applications.'