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The matte gray CCM 5 LG Compact Microphone from Schoeps is a single-diaphragm microphone that offers two mechanically selectable directional patterns: omni and cardioid in a single membrane.
In the omnidirectional setting, the CCM 5 LG functions as a true pressure transducer with smooth, extended low-frequency response, low sensitivity to most wind and breath noise, handling noise or mechanical vibration, and no proximity effect. This setting is ideal for use at relatively close range, for example, with recording instruments, singers, etc.
In the cardioid setting, the CCM 5 LG retains its full directionality even at very low frequencies. It is suitable for singing or speaking voices or most instruments, as a spot microphone and for stereo recording with coincident, ORTF or M/S microphone arrangements.
The K 5 LU Adapter Cable included with the microphone adapts the LEMO output connector of the microphone to an XLR-3M connector. Also included is the SGC Miniature Stand Mount with swivel. The internal thread of this mount screws onto any 3/8" rod or stand adapter. It is adjustable from 0 through 100° in either direction.
Note: The pattern selector should be definitely set to one position or the other; in-between settings will yield undefined results.
Mechanically selectable omni and cardioid directional patterns