Earthworks SR40 Extends to 40 kHz

Milford, NH (February 1, 2010)--Earthworks, Inc. has introduced a new High Definition Microphone, the SR40, which offers a 30 Hz - 40 kHz frequency response.
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Milford, NH (February 1, 2010)--Earthworks, Inc. has introduced a new High Definition Microphone, the SR40, which offers a 30 Hz - 40 kHz frequency response.

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Offering a wealth of features--most notably an extended high frequency response, extremely fast impulse response, short diaphragm settling time, near-perfect cardioid polar pattern, and high rejection of sounds from the rear of the microphone--the new SR40 makes an exceptional choice for a myriad of miking applications from drum overheads to miking a guitar cabinet, or as a solo microphone.

According to the company, with very few microphones offering a frequency response above 20 kHz, the ability of the SR40 to capture high frequency overtones enables, for example, an acoustic guitarist's performance to exhibit greater depth and realism. The SR40 also offers an extremely fast impulse response that enables the microphone to acquire fast transients far more accurately. The exceptionally short diaphragm setting time allows the SR40 to reveal subtle low-level nuances in sound that other microphones mask.

The SR40's near-perfect cardioid polar pattern ensures that the microphone will not beam or spotlight and provides significantly more gain before feedback than conventional microphones. This near-perfect polar response also enables vocalists or instruments at the sides of the microphone (at 45- or 90-degrees) to have the same pristine sound quality as those at the front of the microphone. This near-perfect polar response also facilitates the use of fewer microphones with closer placement to the source, enabling yet additional gain before feedback in live sound applications.

The SR40's high SPL handling and rear rejection are additional noteworthy attributes. With an acoustic input rating of 145 dB SPL, the new SR40 is a first-rate performer when it comes to capturing loud sound sources.

The SR40 comes in a black finish, requires 48-volt phantom power and has an optional screw-on windscreen.

Earthworks, Inc.
www.earthworksaudio.com