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Omnis

CCM
Omnidirectional microphones - if constructed as single-diaphragm transducers, as all our omnidirectional microphones and capsules are - can be considered optimal due to their excellent reproduction of low frequencies and extremely low noise (with SCHOEPS as low as 11 dB(A)). The various types differ in the extent of their high-frequency response elevation, which compensates for the high-frequency losses in the diffuse sound field. Thus we offer both “free field equalized” and “diffuse field equalized” transducers as well as two in-between types.


Compact Microphone
CCM 2
  • omnidirectional
  • linear frequency response
  • corrected for the direct sound field
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Compact Microphone
CCM 2H
  • omnidirectional pattern
  • mild high-frequency rise to compensate for losses at medium recording distance
  • often chosen for “spaced microphone” stereo pickup and “Decca Tree” arrangements
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Compact Microphone
CCM 2S
  • omnidirectional pattern
  • slight high-frequency rise to compensate for losses at moderate recording distances
  • for a very wide range of recording applications
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Compact Microphone
CCM 2XS
  • omnidirectional pattern
  • diffuse-field capsule
  • for miking distances at which the predominant sound is no longer direct
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See also:Basic Characteristics of Pressure Transducers(document in the download section)
See also::
Special microphones for close pickup of speech