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The AKG Model D 202 E1 Two-Way
cardioid dynamic Sound Rocket pressure gradient microphone

The AKG D 202 E1

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The AKG D 202

D 202 specifications

The AKG D 202

Specifications

The AKG D 202

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The AKG Model D 222
TWOWAYCARDIOID® dynamic microphone

The AKG D 222

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A versatile TWOWAYCARDIOID® dynamic microphone using two elements connected by a crossover network. This technique eliminates the usual proximity effect. Consequently, the sound will not depend upon working distance or angle of incidence. The built-in three-step bass cut (zero, −6 and −12 dB at 50 Hz) reduces low-frequency noise. The microphone provides for a balanced sound ideally suiting horns, strings, and pianos. It also results in a very natural bass drum sound.

The AKG D 222

Technical Data

  • Transducer Type: Double-element pressure-gradient receiver

  • Directional Characteristics: Frequency-independent cardioid

  • Frequency Range: 20 to 18,000 Hz

  • Sensitivity at 1,000 Hz: 1.5 mV/Pa (0.15 mV/µb) ≅ −76.5 dBV rel. 1 µb

  • Impedance at 1,000 Hz: 320 ohms

  • Max. Sound Pressure for 0.5% THD: 30 Pa ≅ 124 dB SPL

  • Hum Sensitivity at 50 Hz: 3 µV/5 µT

  • Bass Cut Filter: Switchable to zero, −6 and −12 dB at 50 Hz

  • Permissible Climactic Conditions:
    Temperature range: −10° C to +60° C
    Relative humidity: 90% (20° to 60° C)

  • Connector: Three-pin XLR

  • Housing Material: Special plastic compound with non-reflective black finish

  • Dimensions: 45 × 205 mm (1.8 × 8.1 in.)

  • Net Weight: 250 g (8.8 oz.)

D222 specifications

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