Alctron CM6-Lite Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone

with Built In LED Indicator

$189.99
In Stock

The Alctron CM6-Lite FET condenser microphone, with a 34mm capsule, and cardioid polar pattern. Perfect for podcasting solutions as there is built-in LED lighting within the grill to designate mics. Designed for broadcasting, streaming and studio setups.

Alctron CM6-Lite Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone
The Alctron CM6-Lite FET condenser microphone, with a 34mm capsule, and cardioid polar pattern. Perfect for podcasting solutions as there is built-in LED lighting within the grill to designate mics. Designed for broadcasting, streaming and studio setups.

Great Broadcasting Mic
The CM6-Lite large diaphragm condenser recording mic adopts a 34mm cardioid polar pattern, reducing noise from side and rear. Discrete components are carefully selected for optimised capsule performance and provides lower noise and wide range frequency response. The brass shell combined with the newly designed shcokmount features better conductivity and anti-interference.

Features:

  • 34mm golden-plated large diaphragm condenser capsule 
  • Extremely musical high-fidelity performance
  • Discrete components carefully selected for optimised capsule performance
  • Profound realism and depth, presence and purity sound
  • High quality brass housing

Specifications:

Type: FET condenser recording mic
* Capsule: 34mm large gold diaphragms
* Frequency range: 20Hz-20kHz
* Sensitivity: -38dB±2dB
* Output impedance: ≤200Ω
* Equivalent noise level: 14dB
* Max SPL:  125dB for 0.5% THD
* Connector: 3-pin XLR
* Power requirement: 48V phantom power supply
View PDF brochure for Alctron CM6-Lite Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone

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MPN: AC-CM6-Lite

ID: 271673

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