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Beyerdynamic TG H74

Beyerdynamic TG H74 Neckworn Supercardioid Condenser Microphone
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R 5 695.00

Beyerdynamic TG H74

Neckworn Supercardioid Condenser Microphone

 

  • For Stage Applications, Especially Musical And Theatre Applications
  • Sound Guidance In Front Of The Diaphragm As High-Frequency Resonator For Optimizing High-Frequency Reproduction
  • Highly Adjustable, Exceptionally Descreet, Small And Rugged
  • Tg- Or Opus-Wireless Systems: For Wired Use, The Optional Ma Pva (Tg) Or Cv 18 (Opus) Phantom Power 
  • Made In Germany
What's In The Box:
  • Windbreak Black Or Beige (Ws 54)
  • Leatherette Bag

 

Microphone With Maximum Freedom Of Movement

The Tg H74, Designed For Wireless Operation, Offers Plenty Of Freedom Of Movement. With A Supercardioid Plar Pattern And Compensated Proximity Effect, It Is Particularly Suited For Musical And Theater Applications.

Highly Adjustable, Exceptionally Discreet, Mountable On Both Sides And Impressively Small And Rugged – What Else Could You Expect From A Headset Microphone?

 

Tg Pin Out

The "Tg" Version Works On Pocket Transmitters From The Unite Series And From The Tg Series, Like -100, -500 Or -1000. If The Microphone Is Used Wired, The "Ma Pva" Power Converter Is Necessary, It Converts The Necessary Phantom Power From The Microphone Input Into An Audio Wire Power Supply Required By The Microphone.

 

Opus Pin Out

The "Opus" Version Works With Pocket Transmitters From The Various Opus Radio Series Such As -300, -500, -600, -800, -900 And -910. For Wired Connection To A Microphone Input With Phantom Power The "Cv 18" Power Supply Is Required. "Opus" And "Tg" Versions Are Electrically Incompatible.
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Made In Germany

The Tg H74 Is Carefully Handcrafted At Beyerdynamic's Headquarter In Heilbronn, Germany.

We Manufacture Using Only The Finest Mechanical And Electronic Components And Rock Solid Materials.​​​​​​​ The Meticulous Workmanship Turns The High-Quality Product Into A Long-Lasting Purchase.

 

Technical Data

Transducer Type

Condenser

Polar Pattern

Supercardioid

 

Beyerdynamic TG H74

Neckworn Supercardioid Condenser Microphone

 

  • For Stage Applications, Especially Musical And Theatre Applications
  • Sound Guidance In Front Of The Diaphragm As High-Frequency Resonator For Optimizing High-Frequency Reproduction
  • Highly Adjustable, Exceptionally Descreet, Small And Rugged
  • Tg- Or Opus-Wireless Systems: For Wired Use, The Optional Ma Pva (Tg) Or Cv 18 (Opus) Phantom Power 
  • Made In Germany
What's In The Box:
  • Windbreak Black Or Beige (Ws 54)
  • Leatherette Bag

 

Microphone With Maximum Freedom Of Movement

The Tg H74, Designed For Wireless Operation, Offers Plenty Of Freedom Of Movement. With A Supercardioid Plar Pattern And Compensated Proximity Effect, It Is Particularly Suited For Musical And Theater Applications.

Highly Adjustable, Exceptionally Discreet, Mountable On Both Sides And Impressively Small And Rugged – What Else Could You Expect From A Headset Microphone?

 

Tg Pin Out

The "Tg" Version Works On Pocket Transmitters From The Unite Series And From The Tg Series, Like -100, -500 Or -1000. If The Microphone Is Used Wired, The "Ma Pva" Power Converter Is Necessary, It Converts The Necessary Phantom Power From The Microphone Input Into An Audio Wire Power Supply Required By The Microphone.

 

Opus Pin Out

The "Opus" Version Works With Pocket Transmitters From The Various Opus Radio Series Such As -300, -500, -600, -800, -900 And -910. For Wired Connection To A Microphone Input With Phantom Power The "Cv 18" Power Supply Is Required. "Opus" And "Tg" Versions Are Electrically Incompatible.
​​​​​​

Made In Germany

The Tg H74 Is Carefully Handcrafted At Beyerdynamic's Headquarter In Heilbronn, Germany.

We Manufacture Using Only The Finest Mechanical And Electronic Components And Rock Solid Materials.​​​​​​​ The Meticulous Workmanship Turns The High-Quality Product Into A Long-Lasting Purchase.

 

Technical Data

Transducer Type

Condenser

Polar Pattern

Supercardioid