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CEMC-6 Solid State Microphone
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.
Additional capsules with omni-directional, cardioid, wide cardioid, and hyper-cardioid patterns available.
Acoustically matched pairs available with our Stereo Kit.
The Single CEMC-6 ships with a hard mount. The Peluso Small Diameter Shock Mount is available separately.
Includes one CEMC-6 Microphone with Cardioid Capsule, a Hard Mount, and Wooden Storage Box
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.'