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Product Description

The MKH 416 can handle difficult exterior filming and reporting conditions without any difficulty. The MKH 416 is a superb all-round microphone for film, radio and television; especially for outside broadcast applications.

The venerable MKH 416 is a compact pressure-gradient microphone with short interference tube, highly immune to humidity due to its RF condenser design. Featuring high directivity, low self noise, high consonant articulation and feedback rejection. The MKH 416 features a supercardioid/lobe pattern, matte black finish, supplied with the MZW415 windscreen.

Sennheiser MKH 416 Short Shotgun Interference Tube Microphone Features
  • Pressure gradient receiver with short interference tube
  • Hypercardioid at low and medium frequency
  • Above 2kHz approaches lobar pattern
  • Increased directivity due to interference tube principle
  • Very low inherent self-noise
  • High sensitivity
  • Transformerless and fully floating balanced output
  • Rugged, suitable for adverse climatic conditions
  • Matt black all-metal body
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Product Specs

Condition
Brand
Model
  • MKH 416 Shotgun Mic
Categories
Microphone Type
  • Small-Diaphragm Condenser
Polar Pattern
  • Supercardioid
Wired/Wireless
  • Wired
Electronics
  • Solid State

About the Seller

American Musical Supply

Oakland, NJ, United States
(31,047)
Joined Reverb:2016
Items Sold:58,246
Product Overview
The Sennheiser MKH 416 Shotgun Mic is a veritable Swiss army knife of sound with applications everywhere from music to film and beyond. Designed as a hybrid between pressure gradient and interference tube microphones, the MKH 416's svelte shape and low noise RF design make this an ideal candidate for field recording and outdoor events.
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