The super-cardioid MKH 8050 will give higher attenuation of off-axis sound from the side than its cardioid sister model. It is a good choice for recording soloists, where the requirements for lateral acoustic separation are higher.
Super-cardioid pick-up pattern
Wide frequency response 30 to 50.000 Hz
Symmetrical transducer with 2 backplates providing extremly low distortion
Extremly low inherent self-noise
Accurate directional pattern
Non reflective Nextel coating
Provides optimum separation of instrumentss
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