Ehrlund’s first ever hand-held microphone made especially for live performances. The EHR-H is as powerful and transparent as all of our other microphones. We are happy to welcome the EHR-H as our latest addition to the Ehrlund family.
The EHR-H is a handheld condenser microphone that is optimized for live performances. The core of its ability to reproduce sound is the same as in all our microphones: A unique triangular Ehrlund membrane combined with our patented phase and frequency linear electronics. The result is the same pure and clean sound image Ehrlund microphones are known for. The triangular shape of the Ehrlund membrane dampens resonance faster than a traditional round or even square membrane. The positive effects of this construction design are unparalleled. Sharp tones sound more natural, and the intricate resolution of sound waves traveling along a triangular surface allows complex signals to be reproduced in their natural form. This signal then gets amplified by our nearly noise-free amplification electronics and the result is a sound very transparent and real, without altering the phase or frequency or adding unnecessary amounts of noise. Since the microphone has such a clean and natural sound, it is suitable for both live and studio applications. The broad and even frequency characteristics mean that faders on mixing consoles can be left in their neutral positions, with almost no need for any additional audio compensation.
|Touring Microphone||Made for studio conditions, Compact size and weight, Made for rougher conditions|
- Handheld condenser microphone
- Optimized for use in live environments
- Patented triangular capsule design
- Transparent and natural sound
- Great low-noise performance
- Phase and frequency linear
- Natural reproduction of fast transients
- The coloring of sound is negligible and true to the original source
- The frequency range spans from infrasonic bass to ultrasonic treble
- Low energy consumption, ~2.0 mA
Type Handheld condenser microphone Membrane type Triangular membrane combines the characteristics of both large and small membranes Pickup pattern Cardioid Frequency range 7 – 87,000 Hz Sensitivity at 1kHz -42 dBV/Pa (8 mV/Pa) Impedance Handles all impedances Equivalent noise level < 9 dBA Signal-to-noise 85 dBA Dynamic range 127 dB Max SPL (peak) Clip 155 dB 0.5% THD 131 dB 1% THD 136 dB Power supply 48 V Phantom power Current consumption 2.0 mA Connection XLR 3-pin Materials Aircraft-grade aluminum body, hardened nickel-plated stainless-steel net Finish Matte black powder coating Measurements Ø53 mm x 182 mm Weight 272 gram
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