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Studio Microphone M 130 M130


Model: M 130 M130

Double ribbon microphone (figure of eight)

beyerdynamic is one of few microphone manufacturers world-wide that still produce ribbon microphones. One of them is the legendary M 1
30. The M 130?s unique double ribbon element has a superb transient response, creating a highly detailed sound with unequalled accuracy and transparency. The bidirectional figure eight polar pattern effectively suppresses unwanted interference from the sides. The M 130?s balanced, uncoloured sound handles a wide variety of applications. In conjunction with the hypercardioid M 160, the M 130 is ideal for creating an authentic stereo image through the use of the MS- (Mid-Side) technique.
The M 130 gives excellent results when the Mid-Side technique is used to record or broadcast a true stereo image. Its rugged Design handles the demands of remote recording/broadcast sessions as easily as those of the studio. Alone, the M 130 allows the recording of background audience noise and concert hall ?ambience? without unwanted resonances. In the recording studio it is effective with backing vocal groups, percussion and mounted toms. The M 130?s crisply articulated, uncoloured sound is well suited to such demanding audiophile applications as digital and direct-to-disc recording.


Product code: M130

Features M130

  • Double ribbon microphone

  • Consistent figure-eight polar pattern throughout frequency response

  • Superb transient response

  • Compact and rugged design

  • Characteristically warm and natural sound

Technical Specifications M130

Transducer type

Dynamic

Operating principle

Pressure gradient

Frequency response (distant miking)

40 - 18,000 Hz

Polar pattern

Figure-eight

Side attenuation

> 25 dB at 110°

Open circuit voltage at 1 kHz (0dB = 1V/Pa)

1.0 mV/Pa ≡ -60 dBV

Nominal impedance

200 Ω

Load impedance

≥ 1000 Ω

Diaphragm

Pure aluminium

Case/finish

Brass

Connector

3-pin XLR male

Length

128 mm

Shaft diameter

23 mm

Head diameter

38.5 mm

Weight without cable

150 g

 
   

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