New Large Diaphragm Supercardioid Condenser

CAD launch the Equitek E100S      16/07/09
New Large Diaphragm Supercardioid Condenser


CAD have launched the Equitek E100S, a new large diaphragm supercardioid condenser. Here's what they have to say about it...
Engineered and built in the USA, the new E100S large diaphragm supercardioid condenser has the lowest noise floor in its class (3.7 dBA) and the smooth, vintage tone and robust low end CAD is known for. The bootstrapped, full differential Quadra-FET â„¢ front end delivers high sensitivity and low distortion, plus CAD's proprietary circuitry ensures the highest performance.
The nickel plated 1 inch capsule delivers accurate phasing on instruments, and a full rich vocal tone, accentuated by the extended low frequency response. Features include an 80Hz hi-pass filter and a 10dB pad. From vocals to percussion, acoustic instruments and everything in between, the CAD Equitek E100S will prove to be one of the most versatile tools in your microphone locker, in the studio or on stage. Vintage woodgrain cherry case and stealth shock mount included. 48V Phantom power is required.
equitek E100S Specifications
  • Operating Principle: Condenser
  • Polar Pattern; Supercardioid
  • Frequency Response < 40Hz – 18KHz
  • Sensitivity: -30dBV (28mV) @ 1Pa
  • Impedance: 150 ohms
  • Max SPL: 150dB (Pad Engaged)
  • Self Noise: 3.7 dBA (best in class)
  • Hi-Pass: 80Hz Attenuator: 10dB
  • Power requirements: P48
Pricing and Availability:
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