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Wired Microphone, Noise-Cancelling, Dynamic, Close-Talk, 100Hz to 6kHz

562 - Wired Microphone, Noise-Cancelling, Dynamic, Close-Talk, 100Hz to 6kHz

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The 562 is a rugged noise-canceling Dynamic Microphone designed for voice applications in fixed-station paging and radio communications. It provides highly intelligible speech communication where high volume background noise is present. The 562 has a smooth response and is ruggedly constructed to withstand a wide range of humidity and temperature. With its standard 5/8 inch-27 thread mount, the 561 attaches directly to boom or a gooseneck with the cable concealed inside. The frequency response and noise-canceling characteristics of the 562 make it ideal for language labs, paging applications in noisy environments and base-station communications. It is also effective as a talkback or cuing microphone in TV, film and recording studios. The 562's low impedance allows to uses long lengths of cable without affecting level or response characteristics.
  • Excellent response for voice reproduction
  • Noise-canceling design
  • Low impedance
  • Rugged construction
  • Withstands wide range of temperatures and humidities


Communications & Networking, RF Communications, Industrial, Logistics


For proper operation, mouth-to-microphone distance should be 2 inches (5cm) or less.

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