HSC 200 SR Manuals



HSC 200 SR
Broadcast Headset
Description
The HSC 200 SR is a combination of semi-open stereo
headphones and an adjustable electret microphone. The
microphone element rests in a shock mount that suppresses both
cable noise and acoustic headphone leakage. 
The microphone operates on phantom powering over the range
from 9 to 52 volts dc. Microphone sensitivity is 7 mV/Pa at 1 kHz.
The microphone connector is a 3-pin XLR type and the headphone
connector is a 0.25 in. (6.3 mm) ring-tip-sleeve stereo jack.
Specifications
Microphone
Transducer Principle:
Condenser prepolarized
Frequency Range:
20–20,000 Hz
Polar Pattern:
Cardioid
Sensitivity at 1,000 Hz:
7 mV/Pa ^
= -43 dBV
Equivalent Noise Level:
< 22 dB-A
S/N Ratio (A-weighted):
> 69 dB
Electr. Impedance:
< 200 ohms
Load Impedance:
> 2,000 ohms
Power Requirement:
9 to 52 volts phantom power
Connector:
3-pin XLR type
Headphones
Transducer Principle:
Dynamic
Type:
Semi-open, supra aural
Frequency Range:
20–20,000 Hz
Rated Impedance:
100 ohms/system
Features
Finish:
Non-reflective black 
Connector:
Gold plated 0.25 in. (6.3 mm) 
• Semi-open headphones
stereo jack
Net/Shipping Weight:
8.8 oz./1 lb. (250 g/450 g)
• Shock mounted microphone
Included Accessories:
Foam windscreen, 
• Flexible gooseneck
Phantom power adapter
• Phantom power adapter
Optional Accessory:
B 18 E Battery Power Supply
• Bass roll-off
• Rugged and lightweight design



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