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Sennheiser Electronic HMD 26
The closed and supra-aural headsets HMD 26 are lightweight and dimensioned for high maximum SPL. They provide high wearing comfort in combination with good noise attenuation. All variants of HMD 26 are equipped with ActiveGard which protects the user from volume peaks. The dynamic microphone with hyper-cardioid characteristic satisfies with broadcast sound up to 16kHz. It is mainly designed for applications in noisy environments. Another important feature is the less sensitivity against structure-born sound. The gooseneck microphone can be used either on left or right-hand side. The microphone boom allows an individual adjustment at the right position.
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