Samson CM12C Hanging Choir Microphone, 50Hz - 18kHz Frequency Response, 200 Ohms Impedance


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About Samson CM12C

The CM12C is a miniature hanging condenser microphone, which can placed over an orchestra, choir or sound stage and with its minimal profile, is mostly undetectable from even a slight distance. The CM12C features a permanently charged condenser element with a cardioid pickup pattern. The microphone exhibits excellent rear rejection providing maximum gain before feedback.

The CM12C includes a steel hanger that allows the microphone to be pointed and fixed towards the position of the sound source. The microphone is supplied with a 30-foot cable terminating in a mini female XLR, which connects to the included PM5 power module with standard male XLR connector. The CM12C operates on standard 9 through 52 volt phantom power supply. A multi-stage pop filter is also included. The microphone element is protected by a rugged metal housing and the entire microphone has a low reflectance, matte black finish.

Samson CM12C Features

  • Miniature hanging Choir Microphone
  • Condenser element
  • Cardioid Pickup Pattern
  • Mini XLR connector
  • Steel Hanging positioning bracket
  • Hardwired 30-foot cable
  • Multistage windscreen
  • 9-52 Volt Phantom Power Operation

Samson CM12C Specifications

Microphone Type
Fixed-charge condenser
Polar Pattern
Cardioid (Uni-directional)
Frequency Response
50Hz - 18kHz
-42 dBV/Pa
Rated Impedance
Max. SPL
136 dB
Dynamic Range
112 dB
S/N ratio
70 dB
Power Supply
9-52V phantom supply
Power consumption
1.06" (L) / 27mm (L)
0.26lbs / 0.12kg
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