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It contains two dynamic mic elements. A small switch located on the back panel along side the push to talk switch allows you to select the type of audio response needed for the particular communications needs. A Hi-Z model is also available to match the high impedance inputs of the older tube transmitters.
This is just so cool. To many of us, brings back lots of memories but for some of us, those memories have been a part of our day to day Amateur Radio life. We never forget and continue to use some of those great ole technologies.
The Heil HCLP Classic Pro is a professional quality dynamic cardioid microphone designed for commercial broadcast, recording and live sound reinforcement applications which requires a smooth flat response over a wide frequency range. Truly a remarkable dynamic microphone, an exact reproduction of a broadcast microphone and cast steel base with that famous RCA stainless trim. Special attention has been paid to the phasing plug assembly with equally placed ports that sense audio from behind the source entering them out of phase thus producing a very linear cardioid pattern and reduces the proximity effect while achieving the extreme articulation across it's smooth 40 - 18, Hz frequency response.
Although Heil Sound has decades of experience in the live sound and custom home theater industries, and is highly regarded for its quality microphones for amateur radio and communications, you may not have equated the company with studio mics — until now. Its new PR 40 is a large-diaphragm, front-address mic that makes the transition from stage to broadcast studio to recording studio with ease. The PR 40 uses the DM 6 dynamic element with a 1. There is a broad, 3dB peak in the 4- to 5kHz region, which accounts for this microphone's forward but not nasal sound.