AKG CGN341 E Gooseneck Microphone DAM+ Set

BH #AKCGN341E • MFR #3165H00500
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AKG CGN341 E Gooseneck Microphone DAM+ Set
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AKG CGN341 E Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2AKG CK41 Cardioid Capsule With Windscreen
  • 3AKG W40 M Windscreen for CK41 and CK43 Microphones
  • 4AKG GN15 M 12" (30cm) Gooseneck Microphone
  • 5AKG PAE M 3-Pin XLR Phantom Power Module Adapter

The CGN341 E Gooseneck Microphone DAM+ Set from AKG includes the CK41 reference cardioid condenser microphone capsule, the W40 M windscreen, the GN30 M reference DAM+ series gooseneck module, and the PAE M reference phantom power module. This tabletop microphone set provides the components needed to handle a wide range of applications with the flexibility to cover a variety of situations. The CK41 offers a wide cardioid polar patter and a speech optimized studio quality frequency response. It's especially suited for very vivacious speakers and applications where more than one person uses the microphone in turn.

The PAE M phantom power module provides a gold-plated XLR connector and a 250 Hz bass roll off to minimize structure-borne noise. The included windscreen uses a double layer wire mesh, eliminating literally all wind and pop noise issues. The whole set is very slim, but still rugged and features an LED ring that indicates whether the phantom power is on or off.

AKG CK41 Cardioid Capsule With Windscreen

The CK41 Cardioid Capsule With Windscreen by AKG is a condenser capsule that fits the gooseneck microphone installation modules in AKG's Discreet Acoustics Modular Plus Series. Equipped with a wide cardioid polar pattern and a speech optimized frequency response, the CK41 is designed to be used almost universally for installed conference and discussion applications. The 125° pickup angle makes the microphone suitable for inexperienced or very vivacious speakers, as well as for applications where more than one person uses the microphone in turn.

Microphone capsule that fits AKG Discreet Acoustics Modular Plus Series goosenecks
Wide cardioid pattern rejects noise from rear while the 125° pickup angle is especially suited for inexperienced or very vivacious speakers. Also suited for applications where more than one person uses the microphone in turn
Large-area, self-cleaning, gold-plated contacts with deep threads to prevent misalignment and promote long life
Wide frequency range (60Hz - 22kHz) for speech-optimized audio performance
Slim and rugged metal housing

AKG W40 M Windscreen for CK41 and CK43 Microphones

The AKG W40 M is a microphone windscreen with two layers of mesh and a combination of foam which greatly reduce wind, breath, and pop noise. The W40 M's wiremesh grill can provide protection for the microphone against bumps and minor knocks. The windscreen is compatible with the CK41 and CK43 capsules from the Modular Plus Series.

AKG GN15 M 12" (30cm) Gooseneck Microphone

The GN15 M 12" (30cm) Gooseneck Microphone from AKG is a 6" gooseneck microphone module for permanent and mobile installation. Designed as both thin and rugged, this gooseneck features an LED ring which indicates whether the microphone is on or off. There is also a light ring expander mounting accessory available if improved visibility of the light is needed. Designed for quick setup and maximum flexibility, the microphone comes with a Modular Plus Series system connector, which is fitted with gold-plated contacts. The GN15 is compatible with the CK41, CK43, CK49 capsules and also fits all available phantom power modules. The gooseneck is also equipped with a deep thread groove designed to prevent misalignment and promote long life.

Designed for discussion/lecture, theater, houses of worship and similar installations
Designed for reliability and stability
Contacts for capsule modules designed to prevent contact problems and promote long life
Integrated switchable LED ring to show system status

AKG PAE M 3-Pin XLR Phantom Power Module Adapter

The PAE M 3-Pin XLR Phantom Power Module Adapter by AKG provides phantom power with a gold-plated three-pin XLR connector. With its wide voltage range the module will perform with most available microphone mixers. The module also features a 250 Hz bass roll off for reduction of structure-borne noise. The PAE M 3-Pin comes with an integrated system connector which securely fits all available gooseneck modules of the DAM+ Series as well as the HM1000 M hanging module. The PAE M is for fixed and mobile installations such as houses of worship and conference rooms.

For fixed and mobile installation
Contacts designed to prevent connective problems and ensure extra-long life
RFI Shield technology provides high immunity to radio-frequency interference
Accepts 9-52V input for almost any available mixer inputs
Feeds all DAM+ Series capsules for increased flexibility
Switchable bass roll off for reduction of body noise and proximity effect
UPC: 885038030676

AKG CK41 Cardioid Capsule With Windscreen Specs

Polar PatternCardioid
Frequency Range60 Hz - 22 kHz
Sensitivity5 mV/Pa
Equivalent Noise30 dB-A
Signal to Noise Ratio64 dB-A
Dimensions0.35 x 0.79" (9 mm x 20 mm)
Weight0.14 oz (3.9 g)

AKG W40 M Windscreen for CK41 and CK43 Microphones Specs

Physical
MaterialMetal
Outer Diameter1.1" / 2.79 cm
Length1.4" / 3.56 cm

AKG GN15 M 12" (30cm) Gooseneck Microphone Specs

Microphone
IndicatorsRing LED (Status)
Physical
DimensionsH: 0.24 x W: 11.8" / H: 6 x W: 300 mm
Weight3.3 oz / 94 g

AKG PAE M 3-Pin XLR Phantom Power Module Adapter Specs

Physical
Frequency Bandwidth20 to 20000 Hz
FilterBass Cut @ 150 Hz
Recommended Load Impedance> 2000 Ω
Phantom Power9 to 52 Volts
Current3.5 mA
Audio OutputBalanced XLR / Male, 3-pin
Dimensions (HxD)2.58 X 0.75" (65.5 x 19.1 mm)
Weight1.52 oz (43 g)
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