AKG C414 XLII Condenser Microphone Matched Stereo Pair B-STOCK

$1,555.00

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C414 XLII

Reference multipattern condenser microphone

The classic C12 sound

for recording of lead vocals and solo instruments in studio and on stage

The C414 XLII multi-pattern condenser microphone offers a choice of nine polar patterns for the perfect sonic capture for every application. A peak hold LED displays even the shortest overload peaks. For live-sound applications and permanent installations, all controls can easily be disabled for trouble-free use.

The C414 XLII version differs from the C414 XLS version in one major respect – the capsule. The C414 XLII’s slight presence boost and impressive spatial reproduction are both similar to the legendary AKG C12 microphone from 1953.

Sonic character of the famous AKG C12

  • delivers astounding sound quality for lead vocals and solo instruments


Nine selectable polar patterns

  • for the perfect setting for every application

Three attenuation levels (-6/-12/-18dB)

  • for close-up recording or high-output sources of up to 158dB SPL

Three switchable different bass-cut filters

  • to reduce wind noise, stage vibration or proximity effect

Overload warning with audio peak hold LED

 

  • to detect shortest audio peaks

 

Technical Specification

General
Audio Frequency bandwidth 20 to 20000 Hz
Sensitivity 23 mV/Pa
Equivalent Noise Level 6 dB-A
Signal to Noise 88 dB-A
Preattenuation Pad -6
-12
-18 dB
Bass Cut Filter 160
80
40 Hz
Electrical Impedance 200 Ohms
Recommended Load Impedance 2200 Ohms
Powering Interface
Voltage 44 to 52 V
Current 4.5 mA
Audio Output
Type Balanced XLR
Gender Male
Contacts 3-pin
Design
Finish dark gray/gold
Dimensions / Weight
Length 38 mm
Width 50 mm
Height 160 mm
Net Weight  300 g

Brand

AKG

Weight 4.51 lbs
Manufacturer

Condition

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