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Countryman E6 Ear Set Head-worn Microphone with 3-pin XLR

B&H # COE6OP5B1 Mfr # E6OP5B1
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You Pay: $359.95
Product Highlights
  • 3-pin XLR Hardwired Connection
  • 1mm Diameter Cable
  • Optimized for General Speaking
  • Black

The Countryman Isomax E6 headset microphone is an industry favorite for presentation, performances and broadcast speech and vocal capturing. The E6 provides a small lightweight design with a sensitivity and frequency response suitable for use in performance, theatrical, lecture, presentation and house of worship environments. The microphone features a form fitting band that is worn behind the head, allowing easy concealment in clothing and hair, with no need for size adjustment.

The microphone element features a wide frequency response and high SPL rating for low distortion and high gain. The result delivers the signal reproduction of a world class condenser recording microphone, while minimizing distortion due to signal overload. The Isomax E6 is also available with a vast selection of connectors, allowing complete compatibility with various wireless transmitters.

Hardwired 3-pin XLR Connection
The Countryman E6 is available in various connectors to suite various wireless transmitters and preamplifiers. This version features a standard 3-pin XLR connection for use with standard microphone preamplifiers.
Unobtrusive Design
The Isomax E6 features a small, cardioid microphone element and light weight headband with no need for size adjustment. The headband wraps around the back of the head for easy concealment in hair and clothing.
Omnidirectional Polar Pattern
Although the Isomax series impressively rejects residual noise, the omnidirectional polar pattern provides an even frequency response at the direct and off-axis sections of the capsule.
Easy Cable Replacement
The cable is easily removed from the boom and replaced, avoiding the need to replace the entire microphone if cable damage occurs.
Transducer Condenser
Polar Pattern Omnidirectional
Frequency Response 30Hz to 20kHz +/- 3dB
Dynamic Range (Typical) not specified by manufacturer
Signal-to-Noise Ratio Equivalent Acoustic Noise: 24dB SPL A-Weighted
Maximum Input Sound Level 125dB SPL
Power Requirements Operating Current: 500uA
Operating Voltage: 1 to 2 Volts
Power Supply Voltage:
+3 V with 2.7k Ohm Load
+5 V with 5.6k Ohm Load
+9 V with 15k Ohm Load
Output Impedance 2k ohms
Output Connectors Hardwired 3-pin XLR
Dimensions not specified by manufacturer
Weight 0.07 oz (2 grams)
Countryman E6 Ear Set Head-worn Microphone with 3-pin XLR
  • Carrying Case
  • Cable Clip
  • Wind Screen
  • 3 x Protective Frequency Contour Caps
  • 1 Year Warranty
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