This high-quality, universal condenser microphone features an exceptional price/performance ratio. Features of the MC 930 are the wide frequency response of 40 - 20,000 Hz and a signal-to-noise ratio of 71 dB.
The MC 930 is suitable for miking choirs, orchestras and solo instruments. Due to the switchable pre-attenuation of 15 dB it provides excellent performance at high sound pressure levels. The switchable bass roll-off filter with 6 dB/Octave at 250 Hz compensates for proximity effects. With the WS 101 wind screen the MC 930 can be used for vocal applications and speech. The MC 930 is phantom powered (11 - 52 V) and is suitable for live applications and installations.
Beyerdynamic MC 930 Features :
- Cardioid polar pattern
- Switchable pre-attenuation -15 dB
- Switchable bass roll-off filter at 250 Hz
- Phantom power 11 - 52 V
- Supplied with a mic clip
Beyerdynamic MC 930 Applications :
- Home recording
- Live applications
Due to its cardioid polar pattern, the MC 930 has a high-gain-before feedback and eliminates noise from the rear. It is not only a first-class tool for studios, but also for sound contracting systems, where excellent sound and maximum gain-before-feedback is required.
The MC 930 is also available in matched pairs; the “Stereo Set” includes two matched mics, foam windscreens, and elastic shockmounts.
The Beyerdynamic MC 930 is part of beyerdynamic’s MC 900 series, which includes the omni MC910 and hypercardioid MC950. All three mics share the same capsule, amplifier circuitry, and pad/HPF features. The sole differences are the pickup pattern and frequency-response curves.
All three mics have a sintered covering in lieu of a mesh grille. This cover does not need any supporting infrastructure between itself and the diaphragm. As a result, the diaphragm can be mounted closer to the end of the microphone body, avoiding the reflection problems caused by having the outer circumference of the microphone body extend past the diaphragm.
The cardioid MC 930 has a less full low-end response than the omni MC 910, and a less-boosted HF response. Both mics are essentially flat from 100Hz to 5kHz.