By: Shure
Microphones, Headphones & Wireless systems
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Condenser Headset Microphones
The Shure Specialty to General Communications Microphone Series WH 30 is a light yet rugged headset microphone. Designed for vocalists and instrument-playing vocalists, the WH30 utilizes a high quality electret-condenser cartridge suitable for all applications where mobility, comfort, low microphone-visibility, and high sound quality are required. Because of its cardioid (unidirectional) pickup pattern, the WH30 provides isolation from extraneous sound sources and high gain-before-feedback.

The wireframe and gooseneck adjust to any head size and shape. An integrated elastic headband comfortably pads and secures the headset. The WH30 is supplied with two snap-on windscreens, clothing clip, storage bag and cable-management device.

The WH-30 is a perfect fit for those who desire total freedom of movement and need the high-quality audio of a condenser microphone.

WH30TQG: For wireless use, the WH30TQG has a 1.2m (4 ft.) high-flex cable and a mini TA4F connector for direct connection to Shure body pack transmitters. WH30XLR: For wired applications, the WH30XLR is supplied with a 1.2m (4 ft.) hi-flex cable and high quality mic preamplifier (RPM420) with a three pin XLR connector. The RPM420 preamplifier requires phantom power from any 11 - 52 V source.

Environmental Conditions Operating Temperature –7° to 49° C (20° to 120° F)
Environmental Conditions Storage Temperature –29° to 74° C (–20° to 165° F)
Tailored frequency response enhances vocal range
Flexible gooseneck for optimum microphone placement
Isolation shock mount reduces vibration noise
Low-profile, lightweight design
Cardioid polar pattern provides maximum gain before feedback
High sound pressure level capability
Secure snap-on windscreen reduces "p" pops
The RPM420 preamp requires phantom power from any 11 - 52 V source. (WH30XLR)
Models WH30TQG; WH30XLR
Type Condenser, electret bias; Condenser, electret bias with integrated preamplifier
Frequency Response 40 to 20,000 Hz
Polar Pattern Output Impedance (at 1kHz) Unidirectional (cardioid) 2400 ohms; Rated 150 ohms (actual) (Tolerates loads as low as 150 ohms with reduced clipping level)
Output Level (at 1 kHz; 0 dB = 1 V/Pascal) -55.5 dB (1.7 mV); -54.5 dB (1.9 mV)
Signal to noise ratio (ref. A-weighted noise) 63.0 dB at 94 dB SPL (IEC 651)
Output Clipping Level (at 1000 Hz) –22 dBV (0.08 V) 2.5KO Load= –8 dBV (0.4V); 1 KO Load= –8 dBV (0.4V)
Maximum SPL 130 dB 2.5KO Load= 142 dB; 1 KO Load= 142 dB
Dynamic Range (max. SPL to A-weighted noise level) 99 dB; 111 dB
Output Noise (equivalent SPL) 31 dB (typical, A-weighted)
Recommended Operating Voltage 5 VDC (pin 2 to pins 3 and 4) 11-52 VDC Phantom power
Polarity Positive sound pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on pins 3 and 4 relative to pin 1 (ground) on the mini TA4F connector;Positive sound pressure on the diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 2 relative to pin 3 of preamplifier output connector
Environmental Conditions Humidity 0 to 95% (operating or storage)
Cable 1.2 m (4 ft.) two-conductor, shielded
Cable Connector mini TA4F; XLR
Net Weight Headset= 65 g (2.3 oz); Headset and cord= 60 g (2.1 oz) Preamplifier= 99 g (3.5 oz)

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