MiniCMIT

Miniature Shotgun Microphone

Properties

  • Offers the characteristics of a CMIT 5 in more compact form
  • Phantom Powering with P12 and P48
  • low current draw
  • Fixed 4th order low-cut filter at 70 Hz

Order number

  • No. 140103

Description

The shotgun microphone MiniCMIT offers the characteristics of a CMIT 5 in more compact form. The MiniCMIT, CMIT 5 and SuperCMIT (ch2) have identical frequency response curves. Furthermore, the MiniCMIT and CMIT 5 have circuitry with similar characteristics, such that the microphones can be interchanged without altering the sound.

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Technical Specifications

Pickup pattern

Supercardioid / lobe-shaped

Frequency range

60 Hz - 20 kHz

Sensitivity

-35 dB (V/Pa), 17 mV/Pa

Equivalent noise level (A-weighted)

14 dB

Equivalent noise level (CCIR)

24 dB

Signal-to-noise ratio (A-weighted)

80 dB

Maximum sound pressure level (THD < 0.5 %)

130 dB-SPL (P48)

115 dB-SPL (P12)

Maximum output voltage

1 V (0 dBV) with 2 kΩ load

Low cut filter

fixed, 70 Hz, 24 dB/oct.

Minimum recommended load impedance

2 kΩ

Output impedance

100 Ω

Maximum cable length

>100 m

SCHOEPS RFI Shield

Yes

Powering standard / Valid range

P48 / >24 V
P12 / >11 V

Current consumption

2.3 mA (P48)

Common mode rejection ratio (at 1 kHz)

> 55 dB

Output

XLR-3M, analog, 1 channel

Length

151 mm

Diameter

21 mm

Weight

78 g

Surface finish

blue or custom color

Product History

2017: Product launch

Graphics

Downloads

CMIT Shotgun Microphone Series

Product flyer CMIT Shotgun Microphone Series

Product sheets

de | en
Das Neue Blaue - Schoeps MiniCMIT Richtrohr

Studio Magazin, 2016

Reviews

de
Windshields & suspensions for the CMIT series

A selection of the available products for the CMIT series

Product sheets

en
RFI Shield

Tech Note on the RFI Shielding (Protection from RF interferences) in SCHOEPS microphones

Hans Riekehof, 2017

Articles

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