FM360HD, FM500HD, FMR500HD, FMR600HD & FMR720HD

FM360HD, FM500HD, FMR500HD, FMR600HD & FMR720HD

40kHz Gooseneck Podium Microphones

 

40kHz gooseneck podium microphones with ultra-high intelligibility and reliable coverage

  • Available in 13″ (328mm), 19″ (475mm), 23″ (589mm) and 27″ (686mm) lengths

  • Cardioid or hypercardioid

  • Fully flexible gooseneck or rigid center gooseneck

From $999

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  • Uniform frequency response on or off-axis
  • Will handle up to 139dB SPL
  • No handling noise
  • High rejection of sounds to the rear of the microphone
  • RFI resistant
  • Incredible gain before feedback
  • Orators can speak above, below or to either side of the microphone and maintain the same pristine sound quality with high intelligibility

Frequency Response: 20Hz to 40kHz

Polar Pattern: Cardioid or Hypercardioid

Sensitivity: 20mV/Pa (-34dBV/Pa)

Power Requirements: 24 – 48V Phantom, 10mA

Max Acoustic Input: 139dB SPL

Output: XLR (pin 2+)

Output Impedance: 65Ω balanced (between pins 2 & 3)

Min Output Load: 600Ω between pins 2 & 3

Noise: 16dB SPL equivalent (A weighted)

FM360HD 13 inch cardioid high definition podium microphone with full gooseneck flex

FM360HD/HC 13 inch hypercardioid high definition podium microphone with full gooseneck flex

FM500HD 19 inch cardioid high definition podium microphone with full gooseneck flex

FM500HD/HC 19 inch hypercardioid high definition podium microphone with full gooseneck flex

FMR500HD 19 inch cardioid high definition podium microphone with rigid center and flex at both ends

FMR500HD/HC 19 inch hypercardioid high definition podium microphone with rigid center and flex at both ends

FMR600HD 23 inch cardioid high definition podium microphone with rigid center and flex at both ends

FMR600HD/HC 23 inch hypercardioid high definition podium microphone with rigid center and flex at both ends

FMR720HD 27 inch cardioid high definition podium microphone with rigid center and flex at both ends

FMR720HD/HC 27 inch hypercardioid high definition podium microphone with rigid center and flex at both ends

  • Conferencing / Installed Sound

The narrow usable portion of a conventional microphone’s polar response (with full frequency response) provides only a narrow area that will pick up sounds without high frequency losses at the sides of the microphone. The figures on the left indicate how many conventional microphones it takes to cover a room (with an 8 foot ceiling) and provide the full frequency response of the microphone at the head of a six foot man, in standing position.

The figure on the right shows the much wider polar response (with full frequency response) of Earthworks directional High Definition Microphones™, requiring fewer microphones. In addition you also have more sound level before feedback, no spotlighting or highlighting, more rejection of sounds from the rear of the microphone, in addition to a vastly superior sound quality.

“Each mic yields more coverage, so you need fewer of them. The first benefit of this is potentially a reduced scope for phase errors between mics. The second is that you require less cabling and DSP to connect and process inputs.” 

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We then used the new HD FlexMic for several worship services, and noticed there was an even greater clarity in the sound (almost like there was no microphone there at all), the intelligibility was incredible, and the HD mic had an even further reach both on and off-axis.

Franklin Denham, Highland Baptist Church
2018-09-14T19:29:50+00:00