MiniCMIT2 June 202213 June 2022
Shotguns of Schoeps’ CMIT series combine high sound quality and high directivity.
A shotgun microphone (interference tube) is a higher-order, frequency-dependent directive microphone. It achieves its directivity only from mid frequencies up, while at low frequencies it is comparable to a supercardioid.
The shotgun microphone MiniCMIT offers the characteristics of a CMIT 5 in more compact form. The MiniCMIT, CMIT 5 and SuperCMIT (ch2) have identical frequency response curves. Furthermore, the MiniCMIT and CMIT 5 have circuitry with similar characteristics, such that the microphones can be interchanged without altering the sound.
– Offers the characteristics of a CMIT 5 in more compact form
– Phantom Powering with P12 and P48
– Low current draw
– Fixed 4th order low-cut filter at 70 Hz
Pickup pattern Supercardioid / lobe-shaped
Frequency range 60 Hz – 20 kHz
Sensitivity -35 dB (V/Pa), 17 mV/Pa
Equivalent noise level (A-weighted) 14 dB
Equivalent noise level (CCIR) 24 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio (A-weighted) 80 dB
Maximum sound pressure level (THD < 0.5 %) 130 dB-SPL (P48) & 115 dB-SPL (P12)
Maximum output voltage 1 V (0 dBV) with 2 kΩ load
Low cut filter fixed, 70 Hz, 24 dB/oct.
Minimum recommended load impedance 2 kΩ
Output impedance 100 Ω
Maximum cable length >100 m
SCHOEPS RFI Shield Yes
Powering standard / Valid range P48/>24 V & P12/>11 V
Current consumption 2.3 mA (P48)
Common mode rejection ratio (at 1 kHz) > 55 dB
Output XLR-3M, analog, 1 channel
Length 151 mm
Diameter 21 mm
Weight 78 g
Surface finish blue or custom color