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Sennheiser HME26-II-100-8 Double-Sided Broadcast Headset with Omnidirectional Mic & Unterminated Cable

BH #SEHME261008 • MFR #HME 26-II-100-8
Sennheiser HME26-II-100-8 Double-Sided Broadcast Headset with Omnidirectional Mic & Unterminated Cable
Key Features
  • Dynamic Closed Back Headphones
  • Noise Compensating Microphone
  • Suitable for Outdoor or Studio Use
  • Omnidirectional Polar Pattern Microphone
The HME26-II-100-8 from Sennheiser is a dynamic closed back professional broadcast headset with a noise-compensating microphone. It can be used for speech in outdoor environments for applications such as broadcast TV, outdoor sports, radio broadcasts, and more.
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Sennheiser HME26-II Overview

The HME26-II-100-8 from Sennheiser is a dynamic closed back professional broadcast headset with a noise-compensating microphone. It can be used for speech in outdoor environments for applications such as broadcast TV, outdoor sports, radio broadcasts, and more.

The HME26-II-100-8 features precise audio reproduction and provides higher intelligibility. It is available with an omnidirectional microphone, making it suitable for either outdoor or studio use. This series offers improvements over the previous version, which includes a better fit, and comfort for long production days. Structure-born noise is minimized by the mechanical construction of the headset and cables.

Lightweight headphones
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

Sennheiser HME26-II Specs

Headphone
Earpiece DesignOn-Ear (Supra-Aural), Closed-Back
Number of EarpiecesDual Earpiece
Driver TypeDynamic
Impedance50 Ohms (Mono)
100 Ohms (Stereo)
Frequency Response20 Hz to 18 kHz
Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL)128 dB at 1 kHz
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)0.5%
Microphone
TypeElectret Condenser
Pickup PatternOmnidirectional
Frequency Response40 Hz to 20 kHz
Sensitivity4 mV/Pa
Maximum SPL150 dB
Environmental
Operating Temperature5 to 131°F / -15 to 55°C
Storage Temperature-67 to 158°F / -55 to 70°C
Physical
Weight7.2 oz / 205 g (without Cable)

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im using this headset with a Clear Com AB-120 broadcast box and am having issues getting it to function correctly. when i press the talk button the microphone immediately works but only for a couple seconds and with deteriorating levels over those 2 seconds. like the plates charge and then discharge but thats it. Any thoughts on this would be a great help? Thank You.
Asked by: Scott
This normally happens when there isn't enough (or any) phantom power for the microphone. Make sure that the AB-120 is set up correctly to send the needed phantom power.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2021-11-08
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