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Sony C-800G Studio Tube Condenser Microphone PAC

B&H # SOC800GPAC Mfr # C800GPAC
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You Pay: $9,990.00
Product Highlights
  • Inc. AC-MC800G Power Supply
  • Inc. Shock Mount
  • 6AU6 VacuumTube
  • Large Diaphragm
  • 20Hz-18kHz Freq. Response
  • 113dB Dynamic Range
  • Outstanding Signal Warmth
  • Cardioid/Omni-Directional Patterns
  • Peltier-Based Cooling System
  • Unique Appearance

The Sony C-800G Studio Tube Condenser Microphone PAC is a tube condenser microphone kit designed for vocal and instrument recording where professional level signal reproduction is crucial. At the core of the C-800G's excellent sonic character is a 6AU6 vacuum tube, which provides outstanding warmth and presence to the input signal to make the microphone a viable solution for instrument and vocal recording.

The large diaphragm condenser element yields a true frequency response of 20Hz to 18kHz with a dynamic range of 113dB. The result is an even, flat frequency response that maintains detail with low signals and transients. Cardioid and Omni-directional polar patterns are user switchable at the front of the microphone. This allows complete pick-up control for instrument and vocal capturing. The microphone sports a Peltier-based cooling system, keeping the vacuum tube at a safe operating temperature and adding to the unique look of the microphone.

Vacuum Tube Electronics
At the core of the C-800G's excellent sonic character is a 6AU6 vacuum tube. The tube provides outstanding warmth and presence to the input signal making the C-800G a viable solution for instrument and vocal recording.
Exceptional Signal Response
The large diaphragm condenser element yields a true frequency response of 20Hz to 18kHz with a dynamic range of 113dB. The result is an even, flat frequency response that maintains detail with low signals and transients.
Switchable Polar Patterns
Cardioid and Omni-directional polar patterns are user switchable at the front of the microphone. This allows complete pick-up control for instrument and vocal capturing.
Peltier-Based Cooling System
The microphone sports a Peltier-based cooling system, keeping the vacuum tube at a safe operating temperature and adding to the unique look of the microphone.
Transducer Condenser
Polar Pattern Cardioid & Omni-directional user selectable
Frequency Response 20Hz - 18kHz
Dynamic Range (Typical) 113dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 76dB Cardioid, 73dB Omni-directional: A weighted, 1kHz, 1Pa.
Maximum Input Sound Level 131dB Cardioid, 134dB Omni-directional
Power Requirements C800G Power Supply
Output Impedance 1kHz (balanced) (1/2 ± 20%) 1kHz (balanced) (1/2 ± 20%): 100
Output Connectors CNR-01 type (7 pin)
Pad No
Low Frequency Roll-Off No
Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
Sony C-800G Studio Tube Condenser Microphone PAC
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