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Shure VP82 Short Shotgun Microphone
Shure VP82 Short Shotgun Microphone
$329.00

Shure VP82 Short Shotgun Microphone

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SoundPro Item: 25203
MPN: VP82
MSRP: $419.00
$329.00
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The VP82 is a professional shotgun microphone for use in A / V sound reinforcement. Compact and lightweight with a wide aperture and excellent off-axis rejection, the VP82 is the affordable and reliable choice for camera-mounted broadcast and media production applications.

Shure VP82 Features

  • Best-in-class audio performance
  • Integrated preamplifier design (not modular)
  • Wide aperture for near-field sound sources
  • Natural off-axis rejection
  • Economical choice with small footprint; compact and lightweight
  • Superior Shure design and rugged, roadworthy construction
  • VP82 Short Shotgun Microphone1
  • Transducer TypeCondenser
  • Polar PatternSupercardioid
  • Frequency Response90 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Output Impedance144Ω
  • Sensitivity (open circuit voltage, @ 1 kHz, typical)-36.0 dBV/Pa[1] (15.8 mV)
  • Maximum SPL (1 kHz at 1% THD[2])
    • 2500Ω load: 137.5 dB SPL
    • 1000Ω load: 131.5 dB SPL
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio[3]79 dB
  • Dynamic Range (@ 1 kHz)
    • 2500Ω load: 122.5 dB
    • 1000Ω load: 116.5 dB
  • Clipping Level (@ 1 kHz, 1% THD)
    • 2500Ω load: 7.0 dBV
    • 1000Ω load: 0.0 dBV
  • Self Noise (equivalent SPL, A-weighted, typical)15.0 dB SPL-A
  • Common Mode Rejection (20 to 20,000 Hz) ≥55 dB
  • Operating Temperature Range18°C (0°F) to 57°C (135°F)
  • Storage Temperature Range-29°C (-20°F) to 74°C (165°F)
  • Operating Relative Humidity0 to 95%
  • HousingSatin-black vinyl painted aluminum alloy handle and grille with stainless steel screen
  • Power Requirements11–52 V DC[4] phantom power (IEC-61938), <2.0 mA
  • Net Weight76 g (2.7 oz.)
  • Notes:
    • [1] 1 Pa=94 dB SPL
    • [2]THD of microphone preamplifier when applied input signal level is equivalent to cartridge output at specified SPL
    • [3]S/N ratio is the difference between 94 dB SPL and equivalent SPL of self noise, A-weighted
    • 4]All specifications measured with a 48 Vdc phantom power supply. The microphone operates at lower voltages, but with slightly decreased headroom and sensitivity.

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