Sennheiser MD421N or MD421 VINTAGE CARDIOID DYNAMIC MICROPHONE, recommended for toms, guitars, horns, live-vocals
I have used the same pictures for theses microphone but that are identical apart for I only have one stand
I have serviced and clean this MD421N and the MD421 Cardioid Dynamic Microphone and it is in good condition and perfect working order, the revolving M to S control on the back is a variable base cut and the connector is a 3 pin Tuchel screw lock
a Tuchel/Binder plug to 3 pin XLR adaptor lead is with each microphone
it has the MZA421 mount this mount slides out backwards when the button is pressed in. I only have one desk stand.
Supplied with the MZW22 Windscreen, this windscreen has been glued
The MD 421 is a well-known Sennheiser microphone of proven reliability and performance for many years now. Because of its excellent quality it is being used for almost all kinds of applications. The broadcasting stations use it for radio and TV field work, the musician prefers it for stage work as well as the recording amateur for home and outdoor recordings. The studio cardioid microphone MD 421 features a wide frequency response from 30 to 17,000 Hz. Its high sensitivity and slight increase in response towards high frequencies are responsible for its brilliant sound. Each microphone is custom calibrated and delivered with its own performance chart which may be compared with the published standard performance plot printed in this leaflet. Each individual frequency plot has to fall within the published limits of the standard performance curve. The cardioid directional characteristic of the MD 421 with its front-to-back ratio of approximately 18 dB is an important feature making the microphone suitable for use in sound reinforcement systems and all situations where it has to be used near loudspeakers. To prevent hum pickup by magnetic stray fields the IVID 421 is fitted with a compensation coil.
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