Incorporating the patented AKG two-way transducer system, the D 200 E provides unusually smooth, wide-range frequency response coupled with an extraordinarily uniform cardioid pattern. The result is a microphone free of off-axis coloration and feedback tendencies at virtually any frequency. The D 200 E is a superb, objective recording microphone. Stereo tapes made with a pair of these microphones are distinguished by faithful reproduction—both on and off axis—and by outstanding stereo separation.
In public address systems, the D 200 E’s uniform directivity permits tighter control of feedback, offers complete freedom of microphone and speaker placement, and allows higher volume settings. For micing acoustical string instruments such as the violin, piano, guitar, etc., the D 200 E is unsurpassed by any single-transducer cardioid dynamic microphone.
Transducer Type: Dynamic, two-way
Directional Characteristic: Cardioid
Impedance: 230 ohms
Frequency Response: 30 to 17,000 hertz
Sensitivity: 0.14 mv/μbar (–77 dBv)
Finish: Enameled aluminum
Overall Dimensions: 7.3125" long x 1.5625" diameter
Net Weight: 8.5 ounces
Webmaster’s Note: From AKG’s marketing sheets, it would appear that the D 200 E is equipped with an XLR connector, while the D200C comes with a DIN connector.