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The gray V4 UG Studio Vocal Microphone from Schoeps is a microphone that features a small-diaphragm capsule architecture with a beveled collar for controlling the polar response. It has a warm, clear sonic character with a smoothly rolled-off diffuse-field response. The capsule head has an adjustable tilt angle, while the optimal on-axis frequency response features a mild, high-frequency lift. At high frequencies, this studio vocal microphone delivers a smooth polar response with carefully controlled narrowing of the pattern and a diffuse-field response parallel to the 0° response with a gentle roll-off. The mic offers a high maximum sound-pressure level.
Small-diaphragm capsule architecture with a beveled collar for controlling the polar response
Warm, clear sonic character with a smoothly rolled-off diffuse-field response
Capsule head with an adjustable tilt angle
Optimal on-axis frequency response featuring a mild high-frequency lift
Smooth polar response; carefully controlled narrowing of the pattern at high frequencies
Diffuse-field response parallel to the 0° response, with a gentle roll-off at high frequencies
Offers a high maximum sound-pressure level
A 33mm beveled collar causes the capsule's directivity to increase steadily and smoothly at high frequencies, as in a large-diaphragm microphone
The acoustic qualities of a small-diaphragm capsule like smooth frequency and polar response are maintained
The capsule is elastically suspended internally to reduce handling noise and other solid-borne sound
Bridge-type balanced-output circuit
Maximum sound pressure level of 144 dB SPL, corresponding to an output level of 4.8V
Output stage is transformerless and free of coupling capacitors
The resulting output impedance is low and constant with frequency, while the symmetry is high
Symmetrical, balanced output; the entire audio circuit is symmetrical from the output of the FET onward
High immunity to interference, with gapless shielding and a modern RFI filter at the output; good electromagnetic compatibility