Sennheiser HMD 26-II-600-8
This headset comes without cable. You can chose among several optional cables in attached related products.
The Sennheiser HMD 26-II-600-8 applies to requirements of demanding broadcast applications for studio or outside productions. The headset is lightweight, provides extra soft ear cushions and headband paddings for outstanding wearing comfort even during long production days.
The closed, supra-aural headphones are dimensioned for high maximum SPL and provide a good passive noise attenuation. They are equipped with the ActiveGard© limiter which protects hearing from sudden volume peaks above 105 dB. It can be activated or deactivated.
Headset is provided with a dynamic hyper-cardiod patterned microphone. The microphone features excellent acoustic performance, a reliable noise suppression and has a shock mounted capsule for absorbing structure born noise. The short flexible part of the boom guarantees right positioning of microphone. Headset is designed for use in loud environment.
Following the modular concept cables, ear cushions and paddings can be replaced easily.
Lightweight with extra soft cushions for excellent wearing comfort
Accurate and linear sound reproduction for professional Radio and TV applications
Microphone provides audio transmission in broadcast quality
ActiveGard© (on/off switch) for protected hearing
Reliable performance over long lifetime for safe investments
Swiveling ear cap for single sided listening
Microphone can be worn either on right or left hand side
Modular concept of different cables and cushions for highest flexibility
|Impedance||600 Ohm (microphone)|
|Frequency response (Microphone)||40 to 16.000 Hz (microphone)|
|Transducer principle (Microphone)||dynamic, noise-compensating, hyper-cardioid|
|Frequency response (Headphones)||40 to 16.000 Hz|
|Characteristic SPL||1 kHz, 1 V: 107 dB|
|THD, total harmonic distortion||< 0,5 %|
|Contact pressure||3,9 N|
|Storage temperature||- 55°C to 70 °C|
|Operating temperature||- 15° C to 55 °C|
|Output voltage||0,4 mV / Pa at 1 kHz|
|Transducer principle (headphones)||dynamic, closed|