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Mojave Audio MA-101fet
Cardioid condenser mic
The new MA-101fet provides warm, full-bodied reproductions of instruments. The microphone’s warm FET circuitry and externally polarized capacitor combine to deliver low noise and high-quality performance. The MA-101fet features both omni and cardioid polar patterns by way of interchangeable capsules and with its 3- micron-thick, .8" diameter gold sputtered diaphragm, this new microphone is a truly versatile recording instrument. It features a frequency response of 20Hz-20kHz ±3dB, a sensitivity rating of -40dB (1V per pascal), with a distortion rating of less than 1 percent at 120dB SPL (-15dB pad off) and less than 1 percent at 135dB SPL (-15dB pad on). The microphone operates on standard 48 V Phantom power.
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