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DPA Microphones 4022 Cardioid Compact Microphone with Rear Cable

B&H # DP4022 Mfr # 4022
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The DPA 4022 is a cardioid lavalier microphone with a built-in FET-preamplifier. The 4022 features a linear frequency response of 40Hz to 20kHz (+/-2dB) making it versatile for general instrument or voice capturing. The cardioid polar pattern is effective in minimizing noise and ambiance at the off-axis sections of the microphone capsule.

The linear frequency response and cardioid polar pattern allow the 4022 to be used in broadcast or spot miking in concert halls or TV studios where the microphone should remain low-profile. The microphone features a 5cm (1.97") rear mounted cable allowing the microphone to be suspended from it's own cable or mounted on a stand.

FET-Preamplifier
The 4022 features a build-in FET-preamplifier providing high output gain with low noise floor.
Cardioid Polar Pattern
The cardioid polar pattern is effective in minimizing noise and ambiance at the off-axis sections of the capsule.
Wide Frequency Response
The wide frequency response of 40Hz to 20kHz makes the 4022 versatile enough to capture general instruments and vocal signals.
Transducer Pre-polarized condenser Type MM0056
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Frequency Response On-axis: 40Hz - 20kHz +/- 2dB
Dynamic Range (Typical) not specified by manufacturer
Signal-to-Noise Ratio Typ. 20dB(A-weighted)
Maximum Input Sound Level 145dB SPL Peak
Power Requirements +48 V
Output Jitter <300 Ohm
Output Connectors Micro Dot
Pad No
Low Frequency Roll-Off No
Dimensions 1.38 x 2" (35 x 52mm) (incl. cable relief)
Weight 7.5g (0.26 oz) incl. cable and MicroDot
DPA Microphones 4022 Cardioid Compact Microphone with Rear Cable
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  • SM4000 Suspension Mount
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