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Audio-Technica AT875R Line and Gradient Condenser Microphone

Audio-Technica AT875 Short Condenser Shotgun Microphone Kit

Audio-Technica AT875 Short Condenser Shotgun Microphone Kit

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Audio-Technica AT875 Short Condenser Shotgun Microphone Kit

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Audio-Technica AT875R Line and Gradient Condenser Microphone Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shock Mount for Camera Shoes and Boompoles Kopul Premium Performance 3000 Series XLR M to Angled XLR F Microphone Cable - 1.5 Audio-Technica AT875 Short Condenser Shotgun Microphone Kit

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  • Includes AT875 Shotgun Microphone
  • Includes Shock Mount
  • Right Angled XLR to Standard XLR Cable

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Overview
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This B&H exclusive kit for the Audio Technica AT875 Shotgun Microphone is designed to provide the basic accessories for shock-mounting the microphone on-board a camera with balanced XLR inputs. Included in this kit is a camera mountable shock mount and 1.5' (45.72cm) long XLR cable with a right-angled and straight connector.

The AT875 addresses the needs of videographers who prefer a short microphone that stays out of the frame, and efficiently rejects off-axis noise. The smooth, natural audio reproduction captures every detail while a tailored low frequency response controls unwanted low frequency noise.

The rugged AT875 operates on 11 to 52V phantom power, and a standard XLR output integrates seamlessly with some of the smaller professional cameras.

  • Audio-Technica AT875R Line and Gradient Condenser Microphone

    The AT875R from Audio-Technica is a line and gradient condenser, phantom powered, short (7") shotgun microphone for capturing audio. It can be used in various environments for applications such as videos, TV broadcasts, and ENG (Electronic News Gathering) productions.

    The high-performance microphone features smooth, natural-sounding on-axis audio quality and excellent off-axis rejection of sound arriving from the sides and rear of the mic. The AT875R operates on 11 to 52V phantom power, and has a standard XLR output connector and is compatible with some of the smaller professional cameras.

    Short Length
    The AT875R measures about seven inches in length and is suitable for use with small video cameras
    Excellent Audio Rejection
    Excellent off-axis audio rejection provides greater range and excellent fidelity in noisy environments
    Smooth Audio Reproduction
    The AT875R captures nuances and detail with great accuracy
    Phantom Powered
    The microphone is powered with 11 to 52V phantom power
  • Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shock Mount for Camera Shoes and Boompoles

    The Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shockmount features a four-point suspension to accommodate shotgun and other cylindrical microphones measuring 0.74-0.98" (19-25mm) in diameter. The shockmount is easily angled with its rubberized adjustment knob. There is a built-in shoe for camera mounting, and a 3/8"-16 thread connection at the base mounts the shockmount to boompoles and universal hand-grips.

    UPC: 847628562776
  • Kopul Premium Performance 3000 Series XLR M to Angled XLR F Microphone Cable - 1.5' (0.45 m), Black

    The black Kopul Premium Performance 3000 Series XLR M to Angled XLR F Microphone Cable (1.5') is designed to be an extremely quiet and flexible cable that is ideal for the most demanding live sound and performance applications. The cable is engineered to be durable and to provide protection against EMI, RFI, and static noise.

    Premium Performance 3000 Series cables are made from 24 AWG OFC copper wire that's wrapped with PE insulation and a conductive PVC inner shield. A cotton-yarn inner layer helps reduce electrostatic and microphonic noise. 95% dual-spiral shielding makes the cable resistant to EMI and RFI noise. The Neutrik XX silver connectors provide a high level of connectivity, and all the solder connections are shrink-wrapped for protection.

    95% dual-spiral shielding offers protection from EMI and RFI noise.
    Twin-conductive PVC inner shielding provides 100% coverage of the core conductor. It helps keep the cable's signal from radiating and affecting nearby cables, and also helps prevent external EMI from penetrating to the cable's core.
    24 AWG oxygen-free stranded copper inner core provides the best possible conductivity.
    Cotton yarn reduces electrostatic and microphonic noise.
    All solder points shrink-wrapped for protection.
    Neutrik XX silver connectors offer high conductivity.
    Caged type contact and improved ground contact.
    UPC: 847628558229
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Specifications
  • Audio-Technica AT875R Line and Gradient Condenser Microphone
    Sound Field Mono
    Operating Principle Line Gradient
    Transducer Condenser
    Polar Pattern Supercardioid
    Frequency Range 90 Hz to 20 kHz
    Signal to Noise Ratio 74 dB 
    Maximum SPL 127 dB SPL 1%
    Impedance 100 ohms +/- 1%
    Sensitivity -30 dB, re: 1 V/Pa
    Power Requirements 11-52 V
    Output Connectors 3-pin XLR
    Dynamic Range 107 dB
    General
    Length 6.89" (175.01 mm)
    Diameter 0.83" (21.08 mm)
    Weight 2.8 oz (79 g)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.6 x 5.2 x 2.9"
  • Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shock Mount for Camera Shoes and Boompoles
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.7 x 3.2 x 2.6"
  • Kopul Premium Performance 3000 Series XLR M to Angled XLR F Microphone Cable - 1.5' (0.45 m), Black
    Cable Type 3-Pin XLR balanced microphone cable
    Length 1.5' (0.45 m)
    Shielding 95% Dual-Spiral Shielding
    Gauge 24 AWG
    Contacts Silver
    Connector 1 XLR Male
    Connector 2 XLR Angled Female
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.8 x 3.1 x 0.9"

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