The PR-20 reinvents the dynamic microphone with wide frequency and transient responses approaching those of a condenser.
Heil's PR-20 professional dynamic cardioid microphone is designed for commercial broadcast, recording, and live sound reinforcement applications. Smooth, flat response over a wide frequency response. That, combined with an excellent transient response and low IMD, result in gorgeous, natural speech articulation without having to apply heavy equalization.
The PR-20's dynamic element is mounted into a special sorbothane shockmount system for extremely low handling noise. This low handling noise and the lack of bass-boosting proximity effect makes it ideal for professional uses.
The PR-20 achieves its exceptional performance by using a special magnet structure and a 1-1/8" aluminum, low-mass voice coil assembly. Special attention has been paid to the phasing plug assembly, with equally placed ports that sense out-of-phase audio from behind the source. The result is a very linear cardioid pattern, a reduction of the proximity effect, and smooth articulation across the mic's response range.
The PROLINE element is usable in extremely high SPLs and is immune to overload conditions.
Leatherette carrying bag, mic clip, and foam windscreen included.
- Large 1-1/8" aluminum diaphragm
- Wide frequency response
- Cardioid pattern
- Low handling noise
Beautifully smooth response and great vocal articulation without the hassles of a condenser mic. Call or click to buy now!
PR-20 Dynamic Handheld Studio Microphone Specifications:
- Generating element: Dynamic with strong neodymium magnet assembly
- Body: Steel
- Frequency response: 40Hz to 18kHz
- Impedance: 600 ohms balanced
- Output level: -55dB @ 1,000Hz
- Polar pattern: Cardioid, uniform front-to-back discrimination
- Diaphragm: Large diameter low-mass aluminum
- Matte black epoxy finish with stainless mesh grill
- Net weight: 14 oz.
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Comments about Heil Sound PR-20 Dynamic Handheld Studio Microphone:
I own several microphones and I like this microphone a lot because of the clarity of the sound that I'm getting especally the high frequency side of my vocal spectrum. Prior to this microphone, I've used shure sm 58, audio technica, beyer dynamics and sennheisers. So far, I like what I'm hearing and excited to use it again on my next gig. Plus the packaging is very impressive considering the reasonable price that I paid for it.