User manual ELECTRO-VOICE DH1A-WPX DATASHEET
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[. . . ] The furnished open-pore windscreen slips over the microphone element to reduce wind noise and minimize P-popping the excessive explosive breath noise caused by overemphasized "p" and "t" sounds. The Electro-Voice HM2 headworn microphone employs a comfortable and inconspicuous behind-the-head headband and flexible boom arm in an attractive Nonreflective black matte finish. The flexible boom, which descends from the right of the headband, is enclosed with protective shrink tubing to shield the boom arm from deterioration and to prevent the flexible tube from catching on facial hair. [. . . ] The facial features of the performer or speaker will not be obstructed due to the HM2's unobtrusive design. The headband and microphone boom adjust to fit any performer or speaker. The HM2 is designed to have a frequency response similar to a handheld vocal microphone. The HM2 headset exhibits bassboost (proximity-effect) warmth that many vocalists prefer. The amount of proximity effect can be adjusted by moving the microphone element closer or farther away from the mouth. The HM2 is permanently connected to a 1. 2-m (4 ft) shielded cable terminated with a miniature Switchcraft TA3F connector.
Generating Element Frequency Response (1/2-in. distance): Sensitivity (open circuit voltage at 1000 Hz): Polar Pattern: Maximum SPL, 1% Distor tion: Power Requirements: Operating Current at 9 V dc: Finish: Electret Condenser 30-18, 000 Hz 4 mV/Pascal (680 load) Cardioid 120 dB 1 to 10 V dc 500 µA max Nonreflective black 1. 2 m (4 ft) long, 2. 5 mm (0. 10 in. ) diameter ; miniature audio cable permanently attached between microphone and connector Switchcraft TA4F (pin 1 shield, pin 2 & 4 bias/audio, pin 3 N/C) Black windscreen Replacement windscreen EV par t no. 879155 140 mm (5. 5 in. ) nominal at widest point: 160 mm (6 in. ) boom arm 29 mm (1. 14 in. ) long, 18 mm (0. 7 in. ) wide, 16. 8 mm (0. 66 in. ) deep 25 grams (0. 9 oz)
Output Connector : Accessories Furnished: Optional Accessories:
Dimensions, Microphone: Net Weight (less cable and connector):
The headband can be worn in several different ways: Over the top of the head. Other Rights: This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Electro-Voice Wireless Systems are guaranteed against malfunction due to defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase. Additional details are included in the Uniform Limited Warranty Statement. Service and repair address for this product: Electro-Voice, Inc. , 8601 E. Cornhusker Hwy. , Lincoln, NE 68507 (402/467-5321 or 800/5535992 or Fax 402/467-3279). Specifications subject to change without notice.
Experiments indicate that the best control of P-popping is to position the microphone element off to the side of the mouth, away from the center. If distortion or flawed audio is heard, check the overload LED on the transmitter. If the LED is flashing with voice peaks, adjust the transmitter's attenuation control until the overload stops. [. . . ] If distortion or flawed audio is heard, check the overload LED on the transmitter. If the LED is flashing with voice peaks, adjust the transmitter's attenuation control until the overload stops. Also, check the condition of the transmitter's battery and replace if necessary.
Frequency Response (at 1/2-inch):
12000 Portland Avenue South, Burnsville, MN 55337 Phone: 952/884-4051, Fax: 952/884-0043
www. electrovoice. com
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