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AKG C214 MATCHED PAIR
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Matched pair stereo set
C214-STEREO-SET
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Description

MATCHED PAIR STEREO SET

PERFECT TWINS for stereo recording of any acoustic instruments in studio and on stage

The C214 large-diaphragm condenser microphone has been designed as a cost-effective alternative to the high-end C414 family. The C214 captures sound by combining one capsule of the legendary C414 dual-capsule system and the patented AKG Back-Plate Technology, resulting in an outstanding performance close to the famous C414 XLII.

Realistic stereo recordings require microphones with outstanding performance and excellent quality. They also require performance consistency and accurate localization from the pair of microphones. Therefore, every factory-matched pair of C214s is created from thousands of individual microphones selected by AKG‘s sophisticated computer-aided matching method. The result is the highest possible correlation over the whole frequency range and virtually identical sensitivity for stunning, three-dimensional recordings.

The C214 Matched Pair Stereo Set Package includes:

  • 2 x C214
  • 2 x Elastic spider suspensions
  • 2 x SA60 stand adapter
  • 2 x Windscreen
  • 1 x Aluminum carrying case
  • Measurement documents

Technical Specifications

SPECS

  • General
    • Audio Frequency bandwidth: 20 to 20000 Hz
    • Sensitivity: 20 mV/Pa
    • Equivalent Noise Level: 13 dB-A
    • Signal to Noise: 81 dB-A
    • Preattenuation Pad: -20 dB
    • Bass Cut Filter: 160 Hz
    • Electrical Impedance: 200 Ohms
    • Recommended Load Impedance: 1000 Ohms
  • Polar Patterns
    • Cardioid
  • Powering Interface
    • Voltage: 9 to 52 V
    • Current: 2 mA
  • Audio Output
    • Type Balanced: XLR
    • Gender: Male
    • Contacts: 3-pin
  • Design
    • Finish: matte grayish blue
  • Dimensions / Weight
    • Width: 56 mm
    • Height: 160 mm
    • Net Weight: 280 g

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