Make sure you can be heard even when people may not be focused on you with AKG’s PZM11 flush-mount boundary microphone. Designed for security and surveillance applications, the PZM11 offers consistent pickup anywhere around the mic. This is great to ensure that you’ll be heard even if you aren’t speaking directly in front of the microphone.
One common problem with a mic that offers such consistent pickup is that it can capture unwanted sounds. The PZM11 combats this with low-frequency roll-off: frequencies below the voice range are rolled off, reducing the pickup of noises from heating, ventilation, or air-conditioning rumble. In addition to cutting off those low-frequency noises, the speech you want the mic to hear is improved with a slightly boosted high-frequency response. The boosted high-frequency response helps with clarity and articulation.
The PZM11 has a mic-level output and the microphone itself runs on phantom power (12-48V). Electronics on the rear of the plate provide screw terminals so there is no need for connectors.
AKG PZM11 Features
- Hemispherical polar pattern, excellent intelligibility
- Low frequency roll off to reduce HVAC rumble
- Inconspicuous, resembles a light switch
- Mounts a standard wall plate
- Screw terminal, no need for connectors
- PZM11 Flush-Mount Boundary Layer Microphone1
- Transducer TypeCondenser
- Polar PatternHemispherical
- Frequency Response80 Hz - 20 kHz
- Output Impedance225 ohms
- Sensitivity5 mV/Pa
- Equivalent noise level26 dB-A
- Signal to Noise68 dB-A
- Voltage12 to 48 V
- Audio Output TypeScrew Metal
- Dimensions (L x W x H) 115 x 70 x 29 mm
- Weight71 g