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LC617 MD

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Lapel microphone for presenters and actors

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Following up on the legendary performance of the C544 and C555, AKG has created the next generation of lavalier microphone, the new omnidirectional lavalier clip on microphone LC617 MD. It is the perfect tool for presenters and actors, reliably providing exceptional sound, even in the most demanding presentation environments. More and more wireless systems in the low to mid-price range are based on 2,4 GHz technology causing nasty interference with microphones. The new LC617 MD is well protected against those problems. The main improvements of the new versions are the exceptional RF shielding and the ability to fit to all major wireless systems on the market. AKG offers 2 versions - black and beige. The black one comes with a tie clip and is designed to be worn on a suit or tie by presenters. The beige version is meant to be mounted in an actor's mask and comes with a cable clip.

Item# 2577X00200

General Specifications

Type Back-electret condenser
Audio frequency bandwidth 20 - 20000 Hz
Equivalent noise level 34 dB-A
Sensitivity 7 mV/Pa
Signal to Noise 60 dB-A
Max. SPL for 1 % THD 115 dB
Electrical impedance 200 Ohms
Recommended load impedance 2000 Ohms
Polar Pattern Omnidirectional

Dimensions

Length 19 mm
Diameter 8.5 mm
Net Weight 5.3 g

Audio Output

Contacts 2-pin Microdot

Powering Interface

Voltage 1 to 10 V

Application

Sound Reinforcement Yes
Presentation Yes

Device

Lavalier Microphone Yes
  • 1 x LC617 MD Microphone
  • 1 x MDA1 AKG Adapter Connector
  • 1 x Windscreen
  • 1 x Zip Bag
  • 1 x Tie clip in black version / Cable clip in beige version

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My client need a 50 ft. cable for this mic. What is the connector or do you offer the extension cable. Will be using a pheonix connector at the amp/mixer. Thanks

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