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Handheld Microphone, Noise-Cancelling, Dynamic, Push-To-Talk, 100Hz to 5kHz

577B - Handheld Microphone, Noise-Cancelling, Dynamic, Push-To-Talk, 100Hz to 5kHz
577B - Handheld Microphone, Noise-Cancelling, Dynamic, Push-To-Talk, 100Hz to 5kHz
577B - Handheld Microphone, Noise-Cancelling, Dynamic, Push-To-Talk, 100Hz to 5kHz

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Manufacturer:
SHURE SHURE
Manufacturer Part No:
577B
Newark Part No.:
17M8452
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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Cardioid
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100Hz
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5000Hz
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Product Overview

The 577B is a noise-cancelling Handheld Dynamic Microphone designed for communications and paging applications that require highly intelligible, low noise output. It can be used in all types of mobile communications, from amateur radio to helicopter news and traffic reports. It represents a significant improvement over most microphones with anti-noise features. Shaped frequency response, directionality and distant sound discrimination contribute to total noise reduction. The microphone operates on the pressure-gradient principle and has two sound entry ports spaced a small distance apart. The modular design of the microphone greatly facilitates field servicing.
  • Frequency response tailored for close-talk operation
  • Dynamic microphone cartridge
  • Modular design
  • Million-cycle leaf-type press-to-talk switch
  • Rugged ARMO-DUR® case
  • Built-in hang-up button and supplied mounting bracket

Applications

Audio, Commercial, Industrial

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