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The microphone exhibits a supercardioid polar pattern at low to midrange frequencies and transitions to a lobar pattern in high frequencies, providing uniform attenuation of 10 to 20 dB from 125 Hz to 1 kHz between 90° and 120° off axis. The rejection pattern for high frequencies is also consistent, further contributing to the mic’s transparent, undistorted off-axis tone. Your dialogue, foley, and sound effects can be recorded with full dynamics and clarity, thanks to the MKH 8060’s wide frequency response, transformerless output, and high SPL handling.

For Pro Film, TV & Location Recording

Moisture-Resistant for Humid Conditions

No Switches, Buttons, or Dials

50 Hz to 25 kHz Frequency Response

Supercardioid at Low & Mid Frequencies

Lobar Pattern at High Frequencies

Low 11 dBA Self-Noise

Ultrahigh Sensitivity of -24 dB

Transparent, Undistorted Off-Axis Tone

Windscreen Reduces Wind Noise

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