4006C Compact Omni Mic

400500107-000
4006C with MMP-C Preamp
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Description

Transparency, detail and depth of sound

  • Acoustic authenticity
  • Linear throughout a large frequency bandwidth
  • Detailed and natural reproduction
  • High sensitivity and low noise floor
  • Excellent for concert halls and spot miking acoustical instruments
  • Modular flexibility


The 4006 Omni Mic offers total transparency in any recording situation. It picks up incredible detail and depth of sound. The definition of its high-frequency characteristics across a wide range of instruments is impressive. It offers natural sound, high sensitivity, low noise-floor and linear frequency response from 10 to 20 kHz (±2 dB).

This mic is linear and true in character. It has earned its status as a worldwide recording standard and is the most popular mic in our Recording Microphone Series. This highly sought after mic has forged its enviable reputation over the past quarter of a century by repeatedly exhibiting its total transparency in any recording situation.

 

4006C Compact Omni Mic

Whenever a small, lightweight and inconspicuous microphone for top-quality recording is required, the 4006C Compact Omni Mic is the perfect choice. The mic design is compact and clean.

This is a very versatile recording microphone. It is popular as an A-B stereo pair in concert halls where quality recordings can sometimes be compromised by classic architecture. The mic can be mounted, hung or concealed to create clean, transparent recordings.

It is ideal for use in theatres, opera houses, concert halls and houses of worship – anywhere there is a live audience. It can also be for film recordings, both in the studio and on location. Musicians like to use this mic to close mic some instruments, such as the double bass, trumpet and piano. At the same time, they are fantastic for ambience miking on soundstages, in sports stadiums and other environments where audience sound needs to be recorded.