MIC-SJ66 HM-66 Aerobic Headworn Microphone

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  • The MIC-SJ66 is a headworn microphone with a Mini Jack Connector for use with the S4.04 and S4.10 Series Beltpacks. The MIC-SJ66 has been designed primarily with the sports and aerobics industry in mind and is therefore built to withstand the everyday rigours of an active lifestyle.

    The construction of this headband microphone offers a high degree of protection against the ingress of sweat. Precise placement is obtained with the 4mm diameter flexible gooseneck, and the condenser capsule is highly efficient at noise cancellation – helping prevent feedback or interference from crowd noise etc.

    This slim-line Aerobic Headset is available in a choice of the following colours: Black, Blue & Yellow.

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    Type Super Cardioid Electret Condenser
    Nominal Impedance 3000 Ohms
    Max SPL >125dB
    Operating Voltage 2-10Volts min/max
    Current Consumption 50uA
    Frequency Response 60Hz-16kHz +3dB
    Cable Length 1500mm
    Colours Available Black, Blue, Yellow

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