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JZ Microphones Vintage 12

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AKG C12 is considered one of the best tube condenser microphones ever, it has been a inspiration for many other manufacturers and its CK12 capsule still is one the best microphone capsule buil...

AKG C12 is considered one of the best tube condenser microphones ever, it has been a inspiration for many other manufacturers and its CK12 capsule still is one the best microphone capsule built. JZ Microphones now offers our version of C12 – the new Vintage 12 follows the success of V47 & V67. JZ Microphones have adopted best qualities of C12 and added their signature by using Golden Drop Technology for GDC12 capsule and replacing transistors instrad of tubes. Vintage 12 still has the same design of Vintage series, the inner shock-mounting system, adjustable swivel mount and two layer mesh instead of three layer mesh.


 


Vintage 12:  


Transducer type  -  "electrostatic"


Operating principal  -  "pressure gradient"


Diaphragms active diameter  -  "27 mm"


Frequency range  -  "20 Hz to 20 kHz"


Polar pattern  -  "cardioid"


Output impedance  -  "50 ohms"


Rated load impedance  -  "1000 ohms"


Suggested load impedance  -  "> 500 ohms"


Sensitivity at 1000 Hz into 1000 ohms load  -  "22 mV/Pa"


S/N Ratio CCIR 468-3 weighted  -  "76 dB"


S/N Ratio DIN/IEC 651 A-weighted  -  "87 db-A"


Equivalent noise level DIN/IEC A-weighted  -  "6 dB-A"


Maximum SPL for 0.5% THD at 1000 ohm load  -  "134 dB"


Dynamic range of the microphone preamplifier  -  "128 db"


Phantom powering voltage on pins 2 & 3 of XLR  -  "+48 V (+/-4 V)"


Current consumption  -  "< 2 mA"


Output connector  -  "3-pin XLR male, gold plated contacts"


Signal polarity  -   "positive toward pressure on a diaphragm produces positive polarity voltage on XLR pin #2 relatively to pin #3"


 

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