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XLR CG-1 Conference Grabber (battery powered)

  • Conference Grabber microphone with xlr balanced plug
Price:
$119.99
SKU:
1161
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Condition:
New
Weight:
0.35 LBS
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The XLR CG-1 has the same great pickup as the regular CG-1, but has an XLR plug for use with Marantz professional digital recorders. These are also used with the Courtroom recorder DM-246. This version uses a battery in the microphone for power.

There has never been smarter boundary microphone than the Conference grabber microphone from Martel. The Conference Grabber Boundary microphones are the high-quality solution for a range of applications, such as, depositions, courts, altars, boardrooms and distance learning centers.

Pick up range of 30 feet in a circular pattern. Every Conference Grabber Boundary microphone features one of the new anti shock silicon feet to eliminate noise from air conditioners, and people hitting the table. The super cardioid cartridges give you superior clean, noise free quality sound options for every installation. Attractively designed with a low profile, professional appearance. Boundary microphones, "the smart choice" for just about every application. Take a listen today! Money back Guarantee.

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Microphone Range:
30 feet
Battery Life:
300 hours
Phantom Power:
No
Cable Length:
10 feet
Plug Size:
XLR (three prong)
Pickup Direction:
Omnidirectional (360°)
Works with Steno Machines and Computers:
No

  • XLR CG-1 Conference Grabber Microphone
  • Carrying Case
  • Duracell PX76A battery
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  1. Great reliable microphone for court reporters 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Nov 2018

    I have been buying these microphones for my court reporting agency for 15 years now. I love the sound. Great buy. I have about 30 of them now in the field.