Shure CVL Centraverse Cardioid Lavalier Microphone

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Shure CVL Centraverse Cardioid Lavalier Microphone
Key Features
  • Optimized for Speaking
  • Cardioid Polar Pattern
  • Miniature Design
  • TA4F Connector
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The CVL Centraverse Cardioid Lavalier Microphone from Shure is a miniature lavalier condenser microphone that is optimized for speech and vocal performance. A tie clip and windscreen are included.
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Shure CVL Overview

The CVL Centraverse Cardioid Lavalier Microphone from Shure is a miniature lavalier condenser microphone that is optimized for speech and vocal performance. A tie clip and windscreen are included.

Designed for low visibility
Permanently charged electret condenser element for vocal reproduction
TA4F (TQG) connector integrates with Shure wireless bodypack systems
Tailored frequency response optimized for public speaking and presentation
UPC: 042406325813

Shure CVL Specs

Microphone
Form FactorLavalier
Sound FieldMono
CapsuleElectret Condenser
Polar PatternCardioid
PadNone
High-Pass FilterNone
WindscreenFoam (Included)
Performance
Frequency Range50 Hz to 20 kHz
Maximum SPL139 dB SPL (3% THD, 1-Kilohm Load)
Impedance600 Ohms at 1 kHz
Output Level-43.5 dBV/Pa
Dynamic Range117 dB (1 kHz, 1-Kilohm Load)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio72 dB (1 kHz)
Equivalent Noise Level22 dB A-Weighted (Typical)
Connectivity
Output Connectors1 x TA4/Mini XLR 4-Pin
Cable Length51.18" / 1.3 m
Power
Operating Voltage5 to 10 V
Physical
ColorBlack
MountingAlligator Clip (Included)
Weight0.88 oz / 25 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.315 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.7 x 4.85 x 2.9"
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Asked by: Husnu
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Would this work with a DSLR?
Asked by: Aung Moe K.
You would not be able to directly plug in this mic to a DSLR because the connector is TA4F, which is intended for connecting to a Shure wireless bodypack. For utilizing a lavalier mic such as this in a video application, we would recommend using this mic in conjunction with a portable wireless solution such as the Shure FP15 wireless system. The lavalier would be plugged into the transmitter bodypack and worn by the talent on camera, while the receiver bodypack would be connected to your DSLR or a field mixer. This would also eliminate the issue of the on-camera talent having to be tethered to the camera by the lavalier's cable and would allow for free range of movement as well as a more appropriate shooting distance.
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Will this microphone work with the Shure Beta inline xlr preamp using phantom power?
Asked by: Adam B.
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is this good for noise enviroments? what is best use for this mic
Asked by: Anonymous
Recording in high-volume environments will always be challenging with any microphone, large or small, however this particular microphone does have a low handling noise and has been tuned to be fairly resistant to low-frequency rumble and wind-noise (a windscreen can also further help). Still it is important to note that mic placement is another key consideration and, as Kang N suggests, it will be easier to control the level of background noise bleed by making appropriate adjustments to the gain settings on your connected device.
Answered by: Product Rep Shure Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25
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