Peluso CEMC6 Microphones
The Peluso CEMC6 Microphones are two acoustically matched small diaphragm pencil condenser microphone featuring detailed highs ideal for stereo recording of acoustic instruments and drum overheads.
The Peluso CEMC6 Microphones ships with a fixed cardioid pattern capsule with a 20-millimeter gold sputtered diaphragm. The capsule is easily swapped with additional capsules (not included) that provide omni-directional, cardioid, wide cardioid, or hyper-cardioid patterns. The CECM6 features a 10 dB and 20dB pad switch and a two-position high pass filter with 75hz and 150hz settings. This is a very versatile microphone used in the studio for vocals and acoustic instruments to drum overheads. For the remote recorder this is a great mic for orchestras and live audience tapers. You'll always get great results from one of the most versatile best sounding small diaphragm mics on the market.
The Peluso CEMC6 Microphones ships with a two Cardioid Capsule, two Shock Mounts, two Hard Mount, two windscreens all packaged is a flight case. Additional capsules with omni-directional, cardioid, wide cardioid, and hyper-cardioid patterns available.
Peluso CEMC6 Microphones Specifications
- Type: Condenser Pressure Gradient w/ 20mm capsule
- Frequency Range: 19Hz/25Khz
- Polar Pattern: Cardioid w/ removable capsule
- Sensitivity: 10mv/pa
- Impedance: 200 ohms
- SPL: 156 db w/ 20db pad (enough SPL to record a Howitzer, which the CEMC6 has actually used to record).
- Equivalent Noise: 14db (A-weighted)
- Power Requirements: Phantom - 48v +- 4v
- Current Consumption: < 3.0 MA
- Size: 22mm x 164mm
- Weight: 134 g
Peluso CEMC6 Microphones Includes
- 2x Peluso CEMC6 Microphones
- 2x Shock Mounts
- 2x Hard Mount
- 2x Windscreens
- flight Case
What We Think - Peluso CEMC6 Review
"The Peluso CEMC6 Microphones are more of a delicate and detailed mic. The upper midrange is quite present, and top end is somewhat bright with lots of detail and air delivered. The low end is not forgotten on these mics, good depth down there. Cymbals are forward, metallic string sounds also. Jazz and lighter drumming, acoustic instruments that need some attack, detail and air, the CEMC6 is a real performer."
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I'm absolutely dazzled with this pair! Strong in the high mid range, with some surprising low end presence too(More than I would have thought). These have sounded great on everything I have put in from of them. Shimmery, great for metallic sources-- They really shine with chimes and vibes, and higher pitched toned percussion. I can imagine how well they would do with piano and acoustic guitar. Sound fantastic when mixed with a ribbon! Beautifully detailed with vintage character.
Couldn't wait to put the mics to use and they performed beautifully. I was seeking something between a Neumann KM84 and a Shure SM81 and these filled the bill. Will be using them for everything from studio instrument mics to a stereo pair for chamber music.
Use in studio as drums over head - fine sound.