Schoeps CUT 60 Low-Cut Filter for Colette Series Microphones (Nickel)

Schoeps CUT 60 Low-Cut Filter for Colette Series Microphones (Nickel)

Schoeps CUT 60 Low-Cut Filter for Colette Series Microphones (Nickel)

B&H # SCCUT60NI MFR # CUT 60NI
Schoeps CUT 60 Low-Cut Filter for Colette Series Microphones (Nickel)

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  • Use With the MK41 Capsule On a Boom
  • Screw Between MK Capsule & CMC Amplifier
  • Suppression of Low-Frequency Noise
  • Steep Filter (24 dB/oct.)
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The nickel Schoeps CUT 60 for Colette Series Microphones provides a sharp 24 dB/oct low-cut filter at 60 Hz, which helps cut down on unwanted low frequency noise caused by wind, the boom, or a cable. In particular, pressure-gradient transducers (directional microphones) produce high infrasonic signal levels when exposed to wind. This can saturate an input transformer or an amplifier stage, and can result in loud, unwanted pops and rumble in your audio. The CUT 60 filters out frequencies that are 60 Hz and below, helping to prevent your audio from being marred by these disturbances.

  • Recommended for use with the MK41 capsule on a boom
  • Can be screwed between MK capsules and CMC amplifier
  • Effective suppression of low-frequency wind noise and mechanical noise
  • Steep filter (24 dB/oct)
  • The frequency range that most speech occurs in remains unaffected 

 

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Schoeps CUT 60 Low-Cut Filter for Colette Series Microphones (Nickel)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Cut-Off Frequency 60 Hz, (-3 dB)
    Slope 24 dB/oct
    Diameter 0.8" / 20.0 mm
    Length 0.7" / 17.0 mm
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