Samson QV10E Head-Worn Condenser Microphone

Samson QV10E Head-Worn Condenser Microphone for Vocal Performances with Samson P3 Connection for Bodypack Transmitters

Samson QV10E Head-Worn Condenser Microphone for Vocal Performances with Samson P3 Connection for Bodypack Transmitters

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Samson QV10E Head-Worn Condenser Microphone

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The Samson QV10E is a lightweight head-worn vocal microphone designed for musicians and performers who require hands-free microphone operation. The QV10E features an unobtrusive, adjustable headband that provides long-term, comfortable use. The capsule's wide frequency response of 60Hz to 18kHz provides accurate vocal reproduction while minimizing low-frequency noise.

The cardioid polar pattern minimizes off-axis ambiance and adjacent noise, making it a suitable solution for musicians. The cable is terminated with a Samson P3 connection for use with compatible Samson wireless transmitters. The QV10E is a low-cost, quality solution for drummers, keyboard players and vocalists who require hands-free mobility on stage.

Lightweight head-worn frame
Optimized for vocal reproduction
Samson P3 connection for wireless transmitters
Water proof capsule avoids damage due to moisture
Cardioid pattern reduces feedback
UPC: 809164206361
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Samson QV10E Head-Worn Condenser Microphone for Vocal Performances with Samson P3 Connection for Bodypack Transmitters
  • Windscreen
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Transducer Condenser
    Polar Pattern Cardioid (Unidirectional)
    Frequency Response 60Hz to 18kHz
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.0 x 8.0 x 0.1"

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