Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product CM-60 Nady Systems
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The CM-60 can be purchased for use with a wireless bodypack transmit- ter or for hardwired use with any standard mixer , powered mixer , or mic preamp which provides 9-52V phantom power . CM-60 Mini-XLR — provided with a mini-XLR plug that can be used with most wireless microphone bodypacks CM-60 Mini-locking Plug — provided with a 3.
T ransducer T ype: Back electret condenser element (10mm) Directional Pattern: Cardioid Frequency Response: 50Hz~18KHz (-3dB) Sensitivity (1V/Pa@1KHz): 45dB Impedance: 250 Ohms, balanced Maximum SPL: >120dB Wireless Power Requirements: Bodypack transmitter with phantom power Hardwired Power Requirements: 9-52V phantom power to be used with XM-60 adapter Power Requirements: 6V (9-52V with XM-60) (U.
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