JZ Microphones BT301

Mid-sized diaphragm cardioid condenser microphone
In stock

Contact us for more information about this product.


Mid-sized diaphragm cardioid condenser microphone

JZ BT-301

JZ BT301 mic is unusually shaped cardoid, mid-sized capsule microphone which gives great results in almost any application it is used. BT301 is the ideal for strummed string instruments, upright piano, cello, contrabass, violin, hand percussion and similar chores, finding its place any higher end mic locker.JZ BT301 is a perfect microphone for serious acoustic applications. Its GDC3 capsule provides the user with clear, powerful capture of most arco and plucked string instruments, amplified or naturally. Its clever body shape ensures minimal rear axis interference to the cardioid polar response.

Transducer type: electrostatic

Operating principal: pressure gradient

Diaphragms active diameter: 21 mm

Frequency range: 20 Hz to 20 kHz

Polar pattern: cardioid

Output impedance: 50 ohms

Rated load impedance: 1000 ohms

Suggested load impedance: >500 ohms

Sensitivity at 1000 Hz into 1000 ohms load: 33 mV/Pa

S/N Ratio CCIR 468-3 weighted: 76 dB

S/N Ration DIN/IEC 651 A-weighted: 87db-A

Equivalent noise level DIN/IEC A-weighted: 5.5 dB-A

Dynamic range of the microphone preamplifier: 128 db

Phantom powering voltage on pins 2 & 3 of XLR: +48 V (+/- V)

Current consumption: < 2 mA

Output connector: 3-pin XLR male, gold plated

Signal polarity: contacts positive toward pressure on a diaphragm produces positive polarity voltage on XLR pin #2 relatively to pin #3.

Dimensions: 161.5 mm length x 24 mm diameter together with magnetically attached head. 140 g.

More Information
Manufacturer JZ Microphones
Condition New
Model BT-301
Bundled Items Carry Case/Bag, Clip Holder
Connectivity Wired
Connectors XLR
Features No
Microphone Form Factor Handheld/Stand-Held
Pickup Pattern Cardioid
Type Condenser Microphone
Rolloff No
Pad No
Enhancement No
Write Your Own Review
Only registered users can write reviews. Please Sign in or create an account