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Schoeps SuperCMIT 2U Shotgun Microphone with MINI-DA42

Schoeps SuperCMIT 2U Digital Shotgun, Increased Directivity, 10V AES-42, with MINI-DA42
MFR# SuperCMIT 2U / MINI-DA42

Product Description

The Schoeps SuperCMIT 2U with MINI-DA42 packages the SuperCMIT Digital Shotgun Microphone with the MINI-DA42 power box. The SuperCMIT incorporates a unique design and approach to minimizing extraneous noise, increasing range and retaining the transparency and integrity of the source audio. The SuperCMIT features a dual output signal, coupled with digital signal processing for excellent noise diffusion and pristine transparency.

 

In addition the microphone features a low-frequency roll-off switch, high frequency gain switch and increased directivity switch for maximizing range. The Schoeps SuperCMIT is at home on a boompole or pistol grip mount, and is very well suited for ENG / EFP, broadcast applications, audio for video and motion picture, sound design applications and more.

 

The MINI-DA42 serves for powering digital microphones and for converting their output signals to analog. It offers the ability to operate digital microphones at devices which only offer analog inputs.

 

Inputs include: AES42, Mode 1 (XLR-3F, 110 Ohms, black label)

 

Outputs (available through included Sub-D breakout cable) include: AES3 (XLR-3M, 110 Ohms, blue label) & 2 × analog (XLR-3M, yellow and red label), balanced, referring to ground, maximum cable length: 300 m.

SuperCMIT 2U

 

Features:


    •    New type of digital shotgun microphone with increased directivity, based on Schoep’s extremely successful analog model CMIT 5
    •    Diffuse sound is suppressed to an extraordinary degree
    •    Completely new operating principle with two transducers                  
    •    Uses digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms from Illusonic           
    •    Two-channel output, with SuperCMIT signal in channel 1 and (direct, single-transducer) CMIT signal in channel 2  

Product Specifications

Condition New
Package Contents Includes, foam windscreen, powering box for digital phantom powering, stand clamp with SG 20 swivel
Length 11.02 in
Diameter 0.82 in
Unit Weight 0.24 lb
Tube or Solid State Solid State
Transducer Type Condenser
Polar Pattern Lobar, Super-Cardioid
Number of Microphones Single Microphone
Impedance 50 Ohms
Frequency Range 40 Hz - 20 kHz
Filters 18 dB/oct @ 80 Hz
Sensitivity -31 dBV/Pa (28.2 mV)
Max. SPL 132 dB

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