Short shotgun interference tube microphone for film, radio, and television, especially for outside broadcast applications. Excellent directivity and compact design, high consonant articulation and feedback rejection.
Why won’t the MKH 416 work with the recording device I connected to?
The MKH 416 is a condenser microphone that requires 48V Phantom Power to operate. The device you are connecting to must provide the 48V Phantom Power. If you connect to a device that is not providing 48V Phantom Power then the MKH 416 will not operate.
Does the MKH 416 require 48V Phantom Power?
The MKH 416 is a condenser microphone and does require 48V Phantom Power to operate.
What is the maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL) for the MKH 416?
The maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL) for the MKH 416 is 130 dB.
EU Declaration of Conformity
EU Declaration of conformity MKH series (220 KB)