Sennheiser HMDC26-II-600-B7 Double-Sided Broadcast Headset with Hypercardioid Mic and Steel Wire, Battery-Powered Control Unit

Sennheiser HMDC26-II-600-B7 Double-Sided Broadcast Headset with Hypercardioid Mic and Steel Wire, Battery-Powered Control Unit

Sennheiser HMDC26-II-600-B7 Double-Sided Broadcast Headset with Hypercardioid Mic and Steel Wire, Battery-Powered Control Unit

B&H # SEHMDC26600B MFR # HMDC26-II-600-B7
Sennheiser HMDC26-II-600-B7 Double-Sided Broadcast Headset with Hypercardioid Mic and Steel Wire, Battery-Powered Control Unit

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  • Dynamic Closed Back Headphones
  • Noise Compensating Microphone
  • Suitable for Outdoor or Studio Use
  • Hypercardioid Polar Pattern Microphone
  • Includes Cable Clip
  • Windscreen and Pop Screen
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  • 1Description

The HMDC26-II-600-B7 from Sennheiser is a dynamic closed back professional broadcast headset with a noise-compensating microphone. It can be used to provide speech transmission in noisy outdoor environments for applications such as broadcast TV, outdoor sports, radio stations, and more.

The HMDC26-II-600-B7 is built with a hyper-cardioid microphone. It is suitable for either outdoor or studio use. This series offers several improvements over the previous version, which include a better fit, and more comfort with a lengthened two-piece headband for those long production days. Structure-born noise is minimized by mechanical construction of the headset and cables.

Lightweight headphone
Comfortable to wear even for extended listening
ActiveGard (switchable) safeguards you from volume peaks above 105 dB
Flip-away headphone allows single-sided listening
Linear sound reproduction for demanding applications
Flexible microphone boom can be worn on either left or right-hand side
Noise-compensating dynamic microphone ensures professional speech transmission
Single-sided cable is easy to replace
The cables have been reinforced with DuPont Kevlar. For single-sided listening, the angle through which the ear cup can be swiveled backwards has been limited to 45°, offering a more secure fit. The stiffer and partially flexible gooseneck provides stay-put positioning of the mic capsule
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Sennheiser HMDC26-II-600-B7 Double-Sided Broadcast Headset with Hypercardioid Mic and Steel Wire, Battery-Powered Control Unit
  • 502470 Unterminated Steel Headset Cable with Battery Control (6.6')
  • Cable Clip
  • Wind and Pop Screen
  • Headband Padding, Large
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Headphones
    Transducer Dynamic, closed
    Ear Coupling Supra-aural
    Frequency Response 20 Hz to 18 kHz
    Impedance 600 ohms mono/1200 ohms stereo
    Characteristic SPL 108 dB at 1 kHz, 1 mW
    110 dB at 1 kHz, 1 V
    Maximum SPL 120 dB at 1 kHz
    THD <0.5% at 1 kHz
    Contact Pressure Approximately 3.9 N
    Microphone
    Type BMD 424
    Transducer Principle Dynamic, noise-compensating, hypercardioid
    Frequency Response 40 Hz to 16 kHz
    Output Voltage 0.4 mV/PA at 1 kHz
    Maximum SPL 150 dB at 1 kHz, 0.5% THD
    Impedance 300 ohms
    General Data
    Power Supply For NoiseGard: 2x 1.5 V AA alkaline batteries or 2x 1.2 V AA rechargeable batteries (IEC LR6)
    Operating Time: Approximately 60 hours
    Temperature Range Operation: 5 to 131°F (-15 to 55°C)
    Storage: -67 to 158°F (-55 to 70°C)
    Weight Approximately 7.4 oz (210 g) (without cable)
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