The symmetrical transducer design of the MKH 30 produces an unusually wide and smooth frequency response. It is particularly suited to soloists and small instrumental groups and can also serve as an 'S' microphone in MS stereo applications. As a support microphone it is particularly useful in the effective suppression of sounds from adjacent sound sources.
High rejection of lateral sounds
Exceptionally low inherent self-noise
Symmetrical transducer technology ensures extremely low distortion
Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
Switchable roll-off filter to compensate for proximity effects at a distance of approx. 0.5 m
Black, anodised light metal body
In the midst of a challenging global pandemic, field recordist Thomas Rex Beverly finds solace in his work and says that nature is flourishing as human populations temporarily retreat. Last February, he ventured out to Washington state’s Eastern Cascades – a remote region surrounded by rugged mountains and lush forests.