CONDENSER VALVE MICROPHONE
• Pattern- Cardioid
• Frequency range- 40 - 15,000 Hz
• Sensitivity at 1,000 Hz - 5 mV/Ðà
• Output impedance - 250 Ohm
19À1 KINAP is one of the first condenser valve microphones designed in the former USSR. It was màdå in the period of 1953-1957. The microphone is built on the triode valve 6S1P (western equivalent 9002). The massive brass capsule with à large diaphragm provides à cardioid pattern.
The microphone was designed for the cinema industry (KINAP abbreviation actually means cinema equipment), but due to its good sound it can be successfully used in modern studio sound-recording.