Shure MX418D/N 18" Standard Gooseneck Desktop Condenser Microphone (No Cartridge)
CAMCOR ITEM NO. 136017426 | MFG. PART NO. MX418D/N
Shure MX418D/N Microflex® Standard Gooseneck microphones bring a whole new meaning to the word flexible with their fully adjustable gooseneck. Designed for easy replacement and available in cardioid, ... More
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Shure MX418D/N Microflex® Standard Gooseneck microphones bring a whole new meaning to the word flexible with their fully adjustable gooseneck. Designed for easy replacement and available in cardioid, supercardioid and omnidirectional polar patterns, the interchangeable cartridges offer wide frequency response and accurate sound reproduction for a wide variety of applications, such as houses of worship, courtrooms and conference centers. Plus, the condenser cartridges fit every model in the Microflex product line for enhanced convenience and consistent sound.
MX418D/N includes 18" Desktop Base with 10' Cable, Logic Functions, Programmable Switch, LED Indicator, Snap-Fit Foam Windscreen. Microphone cartridge not included.
Wide dynamic range and frequency response for accurate sound reproduction across the audio spectrum
Interchangeable cartridges provide the right polar pattern for every application
Balanced, transformerless output for increased immunity to electromagnetic hum and RF interference over long cable runs
Shock mount provides over 20 dB isolation from surface vibration noise
Locking flange mount for permanently securing microphone to lecterns, pulpits, or conference tables
Snap-fit foam windscreen
Programmable on/off switch and LED on/off indicator
New brighter LED improves visibility under strong ambient lighting
Logic input and output terminals for remote control or use with automatic microphone mixers
Supplied shock mount for more than 20 dB isolation from surface transmitted noise
Supplied threaded flange mount for permanently securing the microphone to a lectern, pulpit, or conference table