- Linear frequency response in the diffuse field / below 90°
- Calibrated open circuit voltage
- Robust, compact all-metal housing
- Narrow tubular construction to minimize the influence on the soundfield
- Made in Germany
incl. 19% tax, but exclude shipping costs
WHY DO I NEED A MEASUREMENT
M– ICROPHONE FOR LIVE SOUND APPLICATIONS?
The reason of tuning a sound system is to provide the same sound for every seat. This is the reason why many productions have a separate system techni- cian who takes care about the sound system (PA). He works together with the sound engineer to get the best possible sound.
The narrow tubular construction ensures that the microphone has negligable influence on the sound field so that an increase in sound pressure is avoided with high frequencies.
A natural reproduction is achieved due to the linear frequency response.
Ulf Oeckel, freelance FOH mixing & audio system engineer
(on tour with Adele, Rammstein, Red Hot Chili Peppers, P!nk, Sade, Cher, Mark Knopfler):
“When calibrating using a tablet in the venue, the handheld transmitter with its interchangeable measurement capsule is very convenient, light and practical, but also sturdy. I use the system primarily for time alignment, monitoring the system response
in different areas of the arena during the show. Generally, when I’m on tours I go through up to six measurement microphones, because in the HF range most of them suffer performance and therefore become inaccurate. After nine months, the TG MM1w is still delivering constant and reliable measurements.”
- PA measurement
- Transmission Type
- Transducer Type
- Polar Pattern Microphone
- Microphone Frequency Response
- 20 - 20.000 Hz
- Microphone Type
- Measurement Microphone
- 3-pin XLR male
- article No.
MAN_MM1_DE-EN-FR.pdf (147.06 KB)
DAT_MM1_EN_A6.pdf (134.69 KB)
EU Declaration of Conformity
DEC_MM1_EN_EU.pdf (381.58 KB)
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