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Shure WL93T Omnidirectional Lavalier Condenser Microphone for Wireless Systems, with 4' Cable, Tan

B&H # SHWL93T MFR # WL93T
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The Shure model WL93 Microphones are economical omnidirectional, subminiature, lavalier, condenser microphones designed for general speech applications where a visually unobtrusive microphone is desirable. All WL93 models are supplied with a mounting block with attached tie bar, a sew-on mounting bracket, and an acoustic windscreen to minimize wind noise in outdoor applications. All WL93 models include a cable terminated with a 4-pin mini connector which connects directly to a Shure wireless body-pack transmitter.

NOTE: The "T" in this model's number SHWL93T indicates that this is a tan colored lavalier microphone and cable.

Subminiature lavalier design; ideal size for theater, television broadcasting, video, film, and sound reinforcement.
Small, inconspicuous mounting hardware.
Full, clear sound comparable to larger microphones.
Smooth extended frequency response with presence rise specially tailored for chest-worn microphone operation.
Controlled low-frequency roll off reduces low-frequency clothing and room noise.
Low distortion, wide dynamic range.
Uniform omnidirectional polar pattern.
Tan colored lavalier microphone and cable.
Transducer Electret Condenser
Polar Pattern Omnidirectional
Frequency Response 80 Hz - 20 kHz
Dynamic Range (Typical) 98dB @ Max. SPL, A-Weighted
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 72dB
Maximum Input Sound Level 120dB @ 1 kHz,(1% THD)
Power Requirements 2 to 10v; 5v Nominal (Pin 2 to Pins 3 and 4) (Supplied by Shure Wireless Body Transmitter Pack)
Output Impedance 3000 Ω
Output Connectors TA4F, for Use with the Shure Wireless Transmitters
Case Zippered Carry Pouch
Pad None
Low Frequency Roll-Off None
Applications Wireless Videography, Radio, Television and Broadcast.
Dimensions Approximately: .023 x 0.37" (5.84 x 9.40mm)DiameterxL
Weight Approximately: 0.57 oz. (16 g)
Shure WL93T Omnidirectional Lavalier Condenser Microphone for Wireless Systems, with 4' Cable, Tan
  • Mounting Block with Attached Tie Bar
  • Zippered Pouch
  • Sew-On Mounting Bracket
  • Tan Windscreen
  • 1 Year Warranty
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