Parabolic microphones are extremely directional and will pick up sounds over long distances. This makes them ideal for wildlife recording.
The Hi-Sound Stereo Parabolic Microphone uses two pairs of microphones separated by a baffle in order to capture sounds in stereo. The use of two capsules for each channel provides a signal gain of approximately +3dB and decreases self noise. The combined signal is routed through a single stereo 3.5mm mini-jack. Audio range of the microphone is 100Hz – 20kHz.
The parabolic dish has an outer diameter of 53cm and a focus depth of 12.5mm and the PETG dish is 1mm thick. The microphone is fitted with a handle with comfortable foam grip and a 1m cable. Plug in power (3 - 5V) is required and can be provided via the 3.5mm microphone socket on many portable recorders. For a selection of compatible recorders, please see the accessories tab.
* Material: PETG
* Audio range: 100Hz – 20KHz
* Sensor: 4 x EM172
* Self noise: 14dB
* Connector: mini jack 3.5mm gold plated
* Power supply: Plug in power
* Outer diameter: 53mm
* Focus depth: 12.5mm
* Weight: 755g
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