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AKG C 451E Small-diaphragm Condenser Microphone
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The AKG C-451 E was first released in 1968 as part of the very popular Condenser Modular System (CMS) Series. It was the first FET mic to be manufactured by AKG, and was designed to be very versatile; it could be outfitted with numerous different modular components such as external attenuation pads, swivel mounts, extension tubes, and most importantly, capsules with various polar patterns. Low noise level, extremely high reliability and life-long stability are inherent features of the C-451E. Low current consumption at low voltage and Phantom circuit powering permits feeding the microphone supply voltage via a standard two-conductor plus shield audio cable.
|Dimensions||6 × 1 × 1 in|
- AKG C 451E Small-diaphragm Condenser Microphone