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Avlex Introduces Superlux PRA-618M Professional Gooseneck Microphone.


Tailored specifically for reproduction of the human voice, the new PRA-618M is designed for a range of installed sound projects, including conference facilities, board rooms, lecture halls, and houses of worship.

We’re told that the new Superlux PRA-618M Gooseneck Microphone features a miniature dynamic capsule that has the advantages of a super-cardioid polar pattern. Benefits of this design supposedly includes a tailored vocal frequency response and the ability to pick up from a greater distance while delivering higher gain before feedback.

The Superlux PRA-618M Professional Gooseneck Microphone has a frequency response range of 100 Hz-15 kHz and a sensitivity rating of –56 dBv/pa @ 1.6 mv/pa. The microphone’s rated impedance is 500 ohms while the maximum SPL rating is 140 dB (THD ≤ 1% 1000 Hz). The microphone’s neck includes two flexible segments (upper and lower — each 3 inches in length) and a fixed middle segment of 6.14 inches.

The PRA-618M ships with the included HM-22 compression lock flange mount that facilitates installation into tables, lecterns, and other conference room equipment. For isolation from table and similar noises, Avlex carries two optionally available HM-24 die-cast zinc alloy anti-shock mounts — both with female XLR connectors to receive the microphone. The standard HM-24 requires conventional wiring while the HM-24C includes a 6-foot cable terminated with a male XLR connector.


The new Superlux PRA-618M Professional Gooseneck Microphone carries a MSRP of $46. The microphone is available now.

For more information, visit their web site at www.avlex.com.
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