Sennheiser HSP 4-EW-3
High-quality permanently polarized condenser headmic with cardioid pick-up pattern, designed for professional "hands-free" applications. The adjustable neckband is visually unobtrusive and very comfortable to wear. The twelve available HSP 4 variants differ in color, size and connector.
For wireless applications, the headmic can be used with different Sennheiser bodypack transmitters, depending on the connection cable (see "Variants"). For wired applications, the headmic can be used with the MZA 900 P / MZA 900 P-4 phantom power adapter.
The Sennheiser HSP 4 is now available in a revised version with a new attachment clip fort he microphone boom. The new clip has a very rugged, closable design, providing an extremely secure fit of the microphone boom.
HSP neckbands equipped with the previous attachment clips can be retrofitted with the new ones which are available as spare parts.
Modular overall system, i.e. all system components are easily interchangeable and combinable
Excellent feedback rejection
Microphone includes a detachable cap as integral wind/popshield
Individually adjustable to all head sizes
Twist-proof microphone boom (Ø 2.0 mm), can be attached to the left or right side (removable attachment clip)
Flexible gooseneck section
Connection cable can easily be interchanged
Attachment clip for microphone boom can be interchanged
All metal parts coated in a physical vapour deposition process
In the box:
- Boom microphone
- Clips for attaching the microphone boom
- Connection cable
- Foam windshield
- Plastic transport case, foam-lined with cut-outs
- Operating instructions
|Transducer principle (Microphone)||pre-polarised condenser microphone|
|Frequency response||40 - 20 000 Hz|
|Cable length||1,6 m Microphone|
|Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz)||4 mV/Pa|
|Nominal impedance||1000 Ω|
|Min. terminating impedance||4700 Ω|
|Equivalent noise level||37 dB(A)|
|Maximum sound pressure level (passive)||150 dB|
|Current consumption||ca. 250 µA|
|Operating voltage (stand alone)||4,5 - 15 V|