Josephson C700A Microphone
The Josephson C700A Microphone provide unprecedented flexibility, as the directional pattern of the microphone can be adjusted in use, during or after recording.
The Josephson C700A Microphone include omni/pressure and figure-8/gradient capsules, each with a discrete output. The signals can be recorded on separate tracks, so the pattern can be selected in mixdown. Pattern control is only one advantage of this technique. Applying different equalization or dynamic control to the capsule signals makes entirely different mic characteristics for instance the warmth of a gradient mic used close up for vocals might be combined with the transparency of a pressure mic in the highs, by rolling off the high frequencies in the gradient signal and the lows in the pressure signal before they are combined.
The Josephson C700A includes two capsules in one housing, a 16mm omni element similar to the KA11 capsule in the Series Six, and a 26mm figure-8 capsule. Completely neutral electronics, using the same cascode FET input, class-A active balanced output circuit found in the Series Six, are provided for each signal. Any directional pattern from omni to figure-8 may be selected by controlling the ratio of pressure to gradient signals.
The capsule assembly in the Josephson C700A is internally shock mounted, so that the mic may be attached directly to a stand through its yoke mount without any external accessories.
Josephson C700A Microphone Features
- Frequency range: 20-20,000 Hz ±2 dB from reference curve
- Sensitivity: 41 dB ref 1 V/Pa (9 mV/Pa) for each signal
- Overload sound pressure: 135dB SPL at 1kΩ load for <1% THD
- Equivalent noise level: 15 dB SPL, A-weighted
- Power supply: P48 phantom, 4 mA per output
- Diameter: 63mm (100 mm wide at yoke), length 328 mm (C700A), 365 mm (C700S)
- Output connector: 5-pin XLR type (C700A), 7-pin XLR type (C700S)
Josephson C700A Microphone Includes
- C700A Microphone
- Pelican Case
- Owners Manual
- 5 year Warranty
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