Digital Audio Acquisition

sales@solidstatesound.co.uk

 01747 830670

 


 

BOUNDARY MICROPHONES

BEYER DYNAMIC BM43
Acoustic Boundary Microphone, Omnidirectional

 

The BM43 is a small, unobtrusive acoustical boundary microphone with a half-spherical polar pattern, which has been designed for round-table discussions, video conferencing, studio and live recording applications. Because of its high sensitivity, the output level can be maintained even when miking from a distance. A built-in rumble (hi-pass) filter eliminates low-frequency wind and interference noise. Perfect for use with solid state sound recorders in meeting situations.

Click here for a PDF leaflet on this mic.

 

Please disregard the versions listed on the PDF leaflet. Two exclusive versions are available from us: BM43-BK-XM (black with male XLR termination on lead) and BM-43-WT-XM (white with male XLR termination on lead).
 

Main Specifications

Transducer type: Condenser (back electret)
Operating principle:
Pressure
Frequency response: 40 - 20,000Hz
Polar pattern: Half-spherical
Open circuit voltage: 16.2 mV/Pa
Nominal impedance: <200Ω
Load impedance: ≥ 1000Ω
Max SPL at 1 kHz: 124 dB

Dynamic Range: 95dB
Signal-to-noise ratio rel. to 1 Pa: 65dB
A-weighted equivalent SPL: 29dB
Supply voltage: 8 - 52V phantom power

Consumption: approx. 2.3mA
Dimensions: (L x W x H): 86 x 61 x 21mm

Weight with Cable: 213g (7.51oz)

 

BEY-BM43-BK-XM

Beyer Dynamic BM43-BK-XM Acoustic Boundary Microphone, Black, with Male XLR Termination - NORMALLY IN STOCK

 

179 each including Vat

BEY-BM43-WT-XM

Beyer Dynamic BM43-WT-XM Acoustic Boundary Microphone, White, with Male XLR Termination - NORMALLY AVAILABLE WITHIN 2-5 DAYS OF ORDER

 

179 each including Vat

SAMSON CM11B
Acoustic Boundary Microphone, Omnidirectional

 

This surface mount CM11B condenser mic has an omnidirectional pickup pattern that captures sound in a 180 degree pattern. Its ideal application would be to place one (for up to 6 people) or two (for up to 12 people) on a boardroom or conference table to pick up the meeting. The microphone's low-profile design assures minimum visibility. It has an internal high-pass filter to control low frequencies (that annoying rumble you get when someone in the meeting bangs the table, for instance!) and it comes with a 30-foot cable terminated with a mini-XLR at the microphone end and a standard male XLR at the recorder end. It requires 9-52V Phantom Power from the recorder. Whilst the CM11B is not as capable as the Beyer Dynamic MPC66 above it delivers a pretty presentable performance at the price - certainly good enough for transcription purposes.

Click here for a PDF leaflet on this mic.

  • Surface mount Omnidirectional boundary microphone

  • Condenser element

  • Half Omni Pickup Pattern

  • Internal Hi-pass filter

  • Mini XLR connector

  • Includes 30-foot cable with mini to standard XLR connectors

  • 952 Volt Phantom Power Operation

    Main Specifications

    Element: Condenser
    Polar Pattern: Omnidirectional
    Frequency Response: 30 - 18,000Hz
    Open Circuit Sensitivity: -39dBV/Pa
    Impedance: 600 Ohms
    Max SPL: 127dB
    Dynamic Range: 103dB
    S/N Ratio: 70dB
    Powering: requires 9-52V Phantom Power
    Power Consumption: 4mA

SAM-CM11B

Samson CM11B Omnidirectional Acoustic Boundary Electret Microphone  - IN STOCK

 

93 each including Vat

SAMSON CM10B
Acoustic Boundary Microphone, Unidirectional

 

This surface mount CM10B condenser mic has an unidirectional (half-cardioid) pickup pattern making it perfect for more focussed applications where an omnidirectional mic may be too open (e.g. in noisy environments). It is therefore perfect for oral history or similar interviews when a conventional stick microphone on a table stand might inhibit the interviewee. The microphone's low-profile design assures minimum visibility. It has an internal high-pass filter to control low frequencies and it comes with a 30-foot cable terminated with a mini-XLR at the microphone end and a standard male XLR at the recorder end. It requires 9-52V Phantom Power from the recorder.

Click here for a PDF leaflet on this mic.

  • Surface mount Unidirectional boundary microphone

  • Condenser element

  • Half Cardioid Pickup Pattern

  • Internal Hi-pass filter

  • Mini XLR connector

  • Includes 30-foot cable with mini to standard XLR connectors

  • 952 Volt Phantom Power Operation

    Main Specifications

    Element: Condenser
    Polar Pattern: Cardioid (Unidirectional)
    Frequency Response: 30 - 18,000Hz
    Open Circuit Sensitivity: -39dBV/Pa
    Impedance: 600 Ohms
    Max SPL: 127dB
    Dynamic Range: 103dB
    S/N Ratio: 70dB
    Powering: requires 9-52V Phantom Power
    Power Consumption: 4mA

SAM-CM10B

Samson CM10B Unidirectional Acoustic Boundary Electret Microphone
NORMALLY IN STOCK

 

84 each including Vat

Audio-Technica ATR4697 (formerly ATR97)
Acoustic Boundary Microphone, Omnidirectional

 

The ATR97 is a low cost electret condenser boundary microphone with an omnidirectional polar pattern. It is useful in surface-mounted applications, for meetings, teleconferencing and desktop use into budget priced recorders equipped only with a 3.5mm mini-jack input socket. In short this is the one to get if cost is your prime concern and only adequate performance is required. The microphone's low-profile design assures minimum visibility. It has an On/Off switch on its bottom and it has a permanently-attached 1.5m (4.9') cable terminated with 3.5 mm mini-jack plug.

Main Specifications

Element: Condenser
Polar Pattern: Omnidirectional
Frequency Response: 50 - 15,000Hz
Open Circuit Sensitivity: -46dB re: 1V @ 1 Pa
Impedance: 1000 Ohms
Power: 1 x 1.5V LR44 button battery (supplied)
Weight: 48g (1.7oz)

 

 

AT-ATR4697

Audio-Technica ATR4697 (formerly ATR97) Acoustic Boundary Electret Microphone  - IN STOCK

 

29 each including Vat

Home

About

Contact

Help

Downloads

Please share us with
your friends & colleagues...

 
Your questions, comments and suggestions about this site are welcome at webmaster@solidstatesound.co.uk
Copyright 2005 & 2012 Solid State Sound