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Re: Bat detector (MKH-110-2)

Subject: Re: Bat detector (MKH-110-2)
From: "Rich Peet" richpeet
Date: Tue Nov 21, 2006 11:05 am ((PST))
Thanks for doing the tests.
I own three different generations of mkh-110's. They possess
different caps and different transistors.  The mic is so old that I
suspect no one who wrote the specs checked out the upper freq limit.
I suspect but don't really know that the mkh-110 will outperform the
mkh-20 because it is so primative and without filters or balanced

I am glad you know are the proud owner of a 100,000 cycle capable mic
you didn't own yesterday and paid nothing new for.

Also thanks Steve. Your info tells me that I likely gave MPR wrong
info when they played the bat on public radio.  I indicated it was a
Little Brown Bat. I don't think I will bother with a change to it
being a little Big Brown Bat.


--- In  Gianni Pavan <>
> Hi all,
>       after testing the mkh 110 I also tested a mkh 110-2, a model
> which I never found specifications. It appears to be more sensitive
> than the 110; by using the same piezo transducer used for the
> previous test I get good response up to 100 kHz. I suppose the high
> frequency sensitivity could be boosted by removing the frontal grid.
> I would be interested in knowing specifications of both models I
> and in getting feedback from other mkh 110 users.
> Gianni
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