EHR-M1

A smaller, more robust version of the EHR-M. With an integrated coarse dirt filter and high impact resistance, it’s suitable for use on tour and in broadcasting. Works fabulously in overhead purposes.

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Description

The EHR-M1 is a Swedish manufactured studio condenser microphone. It has been designed to endure rough conditions whilst on tour. The EHR-M1 is in many aspects like the EHR-M except it’s smaller size, has higher impact resistance and a built-in coarse dirt filter. Its patented triangular membrane design has been allied to a patented very low noise and low power phantom feed amplifier. The EHR-M1 has both broad and smooth pickup characteristics, with deep bass and extended treble. This microphone has impressive stats in self-induced noise, sensitivity and frequency range. The output signal is strong and usually does not need much amplification.

Characteristics

• Large diaphragm condenser microphone
• Patented triangular membrane
• Patented internal amplification and power circuits
• Optimised for podcast, broadcast and touring environments
• Transparent and natural sound
• Great low-noise performance
• Phase and frequency linear internal amplifiers
• Compact size and weight
• Built-in coarse dirt filter
• Durable design, built to endure the rough life on tour
• Broad pickup range, linear frequency response even at distance or off axis
• Bass frequencies are picked up in an accurate way even at some distance
• Natural reproduction of fast transients
• Colouring of sound is negligible and true to the original source
• Frequency range spans from infrasonic bass to ultrasonic treble
• Low energy consumption, ~2.0 mA
• Strong output signal, usually doesn’t need any external amplification
• No pre-filtering needed, Ehrlund microphones are made for flat EQs
• Each and every Ehrlund microphone is stereo matched with its own model
• Handles all impedances without altering frequency or phase

Specifications

Type Condenser microphone
Membrane type Triangular membrane, combines the characteristics of both large and small membranes
Pickup pattern Cardioid
Frequency range 7 – 87000 Hz
Sensitivity at 1kHz -33 dBV/Pa (23 mV/Pa)
Impedance Handles all impedances
Equivalent noise level < 7 dBA
Signal-to-noise 87 dBA
Dynamic range 115 dB
Max SPL (peak)
0.5% THD 116 dB
1% THD 122 dB
Power supply 48 V Phantom power
Current consumption 2.0 mA
Connector XLR 3-pin
Materials Aircraft-grade aluminium body, hardened nickel-plated stainless steel net
Finish Glass bead blasting
Dimensions Ø53 mm x 95 mm
Weight 185 grams

Technical

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