Pearl TL 44
Large-diaphragm condenser microphone allows you to to select polar pattern during mixdown or record in stereo
Pearl legendary rectangular capsule serves several purposes in TL 44. First of all, the capsules are mounted back-to-back and the XLR connector is 5-pin with two discrete output channels.
Connect the two outputs to two mixer channels or two inputs on your soundcard. When recording a mono sound, such as vocals or a small acoustic instrument, direct one capsule to the sound source. By configuring your mixer/DAW accordingly, you can obtain cardioid, omni or figure-of-eight pattern characteristics, all continuously variable. And even during mixdown, after recording.
You can also position the TL 44 with its capsules angled 90 degrees from a stereo sound source and obtain a 180 degrees XY stereo image. Add to this a very flat frequency response with a neutral low end, and it's easy to see why the TL 44 is an ideal microphone for recording anything from a vocalist to a church organ.
The TL 44 is finished in black ED lacquer with an illuminating LED confirming 48v phantom power.
- Wooden box
- Microphone shockmount 1930
- Individual frequency graph
Polar pattern: Cardioid, omni, figure-of-eight (or anything in between) or 180 XY stereo
Sensitivity: 16 mV/Pa
Frequency response: 20Hz - 20kHz
Impedance: 100 ohms
Operating Voltage: 48 volts
Rec. load imp: 1 K ohms
Current consumption: 3.5 mA
Self noise: 14 dBA
Max SPL: 126 dB
Connector: 5-pin XLR
Dimensions: 145 x 31 mm
Weight: 260 g
|Manufacturer||Pearl Microphone Laboratory|
|Microphone Form Factor||Handheld/Stand-Held|
|Bundled Items||Carry Case/Bag, Shockmount|