DPA 4080-BM (4080BM 4080 BM 4080/BM) Miniature Cardioid Microphone, Lavalier, Black
Combining high audio quality and low visibility, the DPA 4080 is well suited for broadcast, conference, and other live performances in the studio or in the field.
It is acoustically pre-equalized, offering a 4 dB presence boost, which makes the voice more distinguishable and improves speech intelligibility. Professionals will appreciate the light weight and the excellent speech reproduction.
DPA 4080 is delivered with a pre-mounted black pop filter in a holder with an integrated shock mount, fixed on a clip. An additional white pop filter is enclosed. Because of the flexible and practical mounting solution, the microphone can easily be turned in all directions and fits both left and right buttoned shirts.
All parts of the microphone are manufactured in highly resistant materials and designed to perform under stress.
Specifications for 4080 Miniature Cardioid Microphone, Lavalier
|Principle of operation:||Pressure gradient|
|Cartridge type:||Pre-polarized condenser element with vertical diaphragm|
|Frequency range, ± 2 dB:||250 Hz – 17 kHz with typ. 4 dB soft boost at 4 – 6 kHz (-5 dB at 100 Hz)|
|Sensitivity, nominal, ±3 dB at 1 kHz:||20 mV/Pa; -34 dB re. 1 V/Pa|
|Equivalent noise level A-weighted:||Typ. 23 dB(A) re. 20 µPa (max. 26 dB(A))|
|S/N ratio, re. 1 kHz at 1 Pa (94 dB SPL):||Typ. 71 dB(A)|
|Total harmonic distortion (THD):||< 1 % up to 123 dB SPL peak, < 1 % up to 120 dB SPL RMS sine|
|Dynamic range:||Typ. 100 dB|
|Max. SPL, peak before clipping:||134 dB|
|Output impedance:||30 – 40 ohm|
|Power supply:||For wireless systems: Min. 5 V – max. 50 V through DPA adapter. With DAD6001-BC/DAD6024/DAD4099: 48 V phantom power ±4 V for full performance.|
|Microphone weight:||15 g (0.5 oz) incl. cable and MicroDot connector|
|Microphone diameter:||10 mm (0.4 in)|
|Capsule diameter:||5.4 mm (0.2 in)|
|Microphone length:||30 mm (1.2 in)|
|Cable length:||1.2 m (4 ft)|
|Cable diameter:||1.6 mm (0.06 in)|
|Cable drive capability:||Up to 300 m (984 ft)|
|Polarity:||Positively increasing sound pressure produces positive going voltage on MicroDot pin|