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Pearl Microphones ELM-C - Cardioid Linear Condenser Incl. Shockmount 1930 and Wood Box

Pearl Microphones ELM-C - Cardioid Linear Condenser Incl. Shockmount 1930 and Wood Box

This model meets very specific recording demands.

Conventional microphone capsules are round. It's an easy shape to produce but it has one significant disadvantage — a primary resonance frequency. That's why so many microphones have unnatural boost in the 5-10 kHz region. Pearl's rectangular capsule has almost no resonances at all, a fact that pleases many audio engineers.

Pearl has made rectangular capsules for many years now, but never before with such an extreme (7:1) length/width ratio. The resulting polar pattern is that of a cardioid in the horizontal plane while it vastly reduces high frequencies in the vertical axis. This is very useful when isolating a sound source from, say, floor and ceiling reflections.

Pearl ELM-C can be used MS stereo setup (in conjunction with a figure-of-eight microphone, such as the Pearl ELM-B) or when used in a pair for XY stereo use.

The ELM-C is finished in piano black ED lacquer with a yellow logo, ring and engraved model number.


Package includes:

Wooden box

Microphone shockmount 1930

Individual frequency graph



PEARL MICROPHONES ELM-C - SPECIFICATIONS

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