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Audio-Technica AT825 - Stereo Microphone

Audio-Technica AT825 - Cardioid Stereo Condenser Microphone

Audio-Technica AT825 - Cardioid Stereo Condenser Microphone

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Audio-Technica AT825 - Stereo Microphone

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Overview
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The Audio-Technica AT825 is an easy to use, single-point reference stereo condenser microphone. Its flat frequency response and "true" stereo imaging make it the right choice for recording music, on-location audio, or ambient soundscapes onto professional DV cameras, compact flash and DAT recorders.

Closely Matched Elements
Closely matched elements provide outstanding imaging and excellent channel separation
Design
Compact, lightweight design is ideal for camera mounting
Filters
Switchable low-frequency roll-off
Power Supply
Operates on battery or phantom power
In the Box
Audio-Technica AT825 - Cardioid Stereo Condenser Microphone
  • (AT8405) Stand Clamp
  • 'AA' Battery
  • (AT8120) Windscreen
  • Soft Vinyl Protective Pouch
  • 16.5' (5 m) Cable (5-Pin XLRF to Two Standard 3-Pin XLRM Connectors)
  • 1 Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Transducer Fixed-Charged Back Plate Permanently Polarized Condenser
    Polar Pattern X/Y Stereo, (Dual Cardiod Elements)
    Frequency Response 30Hz-20kHz
    Dynamic Range (Typical) 102dB, (1kHz @ Maximum SPL)
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio 7dB, (1kHz @ 1 Pa; A-Weighted)
    Maximum Input Sound Level 126dB, (1kHz @ 1% THD)
    Power Requirements Phantom: 5 - 52v (Each Channel), or Battery: AA (1.5v)
    Output Impedance 200 Ohms (Balanced)
    Output Connectors XLR-5M Type
    Pad None
    Low Frequency Roll-Off Yes, (-6 dB/Octave @ 150 Hz)
    Applications Field, Music and Ambient Recording.
    Dimensions 8.43 x (2.44 Head Width) x .83" (214 x (62) x 21mm) LxWxDiameter
    Weight 8.5 oz. (240 g)
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