Sennheiser Electronic HMD 26-II


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Sennheiser Electronic HMD 26-II

Headset
The HMD 26-II-100 applies to requirements of demanding broadcast applications for studio or outside productions. The headset is lightweight, provides extra soft ear cushions and headband paddings. The closed, supra-aural headphones are dimensioned for high maximum SPL and provide a good passive noise attenuation. They are equipped with the ActiveGard limiter, which protects hearing from sudden volume peaks above 105dB. It can be activated or deactivated. The headset is provided with a dynamic hyper-cardiod patterned microphone. The short flexible part of the boom guarantees right positioning of microphone.
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