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- Dialog Boompole Microphone
- Includes CMC 6 Amplifier
- Includes MK 41 Supercardioid Capsule
- Includes SG 20 Mount
Popular among professional field audio engineers, the gray Schoeps CMC641 Set is a Colette Series modular microphone system featuring the CMC 6 preamplifier and MK 41 supercardioid capsule for a high-quality alternative to shotgun microphones when recording dialog and sound effects indoors. The system is based on the modular CMC 6 preamplifier and MK series capsules, which are capable of wide, linear frequency response curves and superior audio quality. This system includes the CMC 6 preamplifier, an MK 41 capsule, the SG 20 microphone mount, a B5 pop filter, and a storage case.
Would mounting this on camera work well when ...
Would mounting this on camera work well when trying to get audio of a moving documentary subject?
Yes, the Schoeps CMC641 Set Colette Series Supercardioid Microphone Set could indeed serve as a high-quality on-camera microphone for capturing the audio of subjects in close range situations. The camera would need to be equipped with a 48V capable XLR input connection to accommodate the Schoeps.
Date published: 2021-12-22
What's the difference between the 6 and the 6U amplifier??? Thanks
TheCMC 6U is the a CMC 6 preamplifier that operates with phantom power. There are other CMC 6 models of this preamp that can operate with batteries or connect to wireless systems.
Date published: 2023-04-28
Is there a recommended field recorder for a high ...
Is there a recommended field recorder for a high end mic like this? Is a Zoom F3 good enough?
I think the F3 would be good, but I just used it with a Zoom F6 and it was AMAZING!! The preamps are great! Just used it on an interior scene that had shouting and quieter dialog. The F6 showed in the red, but there was no clipping in the recording, at all. It also picked up all the quieter stuff, plain as day!
Date published: 2023-02-06
Hey guys, is this product the right one to get if ...
Hey guys, is this product the right one to get if I plan on using with a SD 633 mixer which can supply 48V phantom? It's confusing to know whether I need this or the more expensive $1900 mic. How does it compare with Senn 8060 or MKH 50? Is this mic no good in humid conditions or with possible RF interference?
Thank you for your Question. If humidity and RF are a big concern i would highly recommend sticking with the 8060. The Schoeps is great but it does not have built in protections again humidity or RF interference.
Date published: 2022-04-15
What is a good schock mount/suspension holder to fit this microphone? I realize this mic is predominantly used indoors, but if I am in a situation where I need to use it outside, what product to reduce wind effect will fit this mic?
Thank you for the advice, everyone. I appreciate your help.
Date published: 2018-08-28