DPA Microphones d:vote Core 4099 Instrument Microphone (Loud SPL)

BH #DP4099DC1 • MFR #4099-DC-1
DPA Microphones d:vote Core 4099 Instrument Microphone (Loud SPL)
Key Features
  • Supercardioid Polar Pattern
  • Designed for Instrument Pickup
  • Core Amplifier Increases Performance
  • Minimizes Distortion
The loud SPL d:vote Core 4099 Instrument Microphone from DPA is a supercardioid microphone with a 5.5" gooseneck that is designed to capture audio in a variety of applications: from piano to guitar, strings to woodwinds, or brass to percussion instruments. You can move the mic to another instrument by using the designated clip (sold separately) to mount it correctly. The Core amplifier technology offers an increased performance and natural sound across the entire dynamic range. Furthermore, the supercardioid polar pattern allows the microphone to reject unwanted noise and accurately capture the true voice of your acoustic instrument. The d:vote Core 4099 requires a cable and adapter (sold separately).
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DPA Microphones d:vote Core 4099 Overview

The loud SPL d:vote Core 4099 Instrument Microphone from DPA is a supercardioid microphone with a 5.5" gooseneck that is designed to capture audio in a variety of applications: from piano to guitar, strings to woodwinds, or brass to percussion instruments. You can move the mic to another instrument by using the designated clip (sold separately) to mount it correctly. The Core amplifier technology offers an increased performance and natural sound across the entire dynamic range. Furthermore, the supercardioid polar pattern allows the microphone to reject unwanted noise and accurately capture the true voice of your acoustic instrument. The d:vote Core 4099 requires a cable and adapter (sold separately).

Core by DPA technology inside
Supercardioid condenser microphone
Handles high SPLs
Superior gain-before-feedback
Flexible and easy mounting with a wide variety of instrument clips (available separately)
Gentle and easy to mount on the instrument
Versatile 5.5" gooseneck

DPA Microphones d:vote Core 4099 Specs

Microphone
Form FactorGooseneck
Operating PrinciplePressure Gradient
CapsuleElectret Condenser
Polar PatternSupercardioid
Performance
Frequency Range20 Hz to 20 kHz ±2 dB (at 7.9" / 20 cm)
Maximum SPL142 dB SPL
Impedance35 Ohms ± 14%
Sensitivity6 mV/Pa
-44 dBV/Pa
Dynamic Range108 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio71 dB A-Weighted (1 kHz, at 1 Pa/94 dB SPL)
Equivalent Noise Level23 dB A-Weighted (20 μPa, Typical)
26 dB A-Weighted (20 μPa, Max)
THD< 1%
CMRR60 dB
Connectivity
Output Connectors (Analog)1 x Microdot
Power
Operating Voltage5 to 50 V
Operating Current Consumption1.5 mA
Physical
Operating Temperature-40 to 113°F / -40 to 45°C
Operating Humidity0 to 90%
Dimensionsø: 0.21 x L: 1.8" / ø: 5.4 x L: 45 mm (Microphone)
L: 5.5" / L: 140 mm (Gooseneck)
Weight0.95 oz / 27 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.105 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.7 x 5.15 x 1"
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