Because of its supercardioid pickup pattern, the LM-300A rejects more background noise, room reverberation, and feedback than a typical cardioid microphone. The model has a smooth, wide-range frequency response for natural reproduction of the singing or speaking voice. Very low frequencies are filtered out to reduce pickup of mechanically induced noise, room rumble, etc. The goosenecks adjust silently.
Supplied with the microphone is the WS-9, a highly effective foam pop filter. Its two-stagedesign greatly reduces explosive breath sounds. A low-cut switch built into the electronics housing further reduces breath pops and handling noise. Optional accessories include the LM-SM lockable shock mount, which provides mechanical isolation when mounted in a pulpit, lectern, or table top.
The microphone connector is a male 3-pin XLR-type for easy plug-in installation. The output is balanced and low impedance which allows long cable runs without hum pickup or high frequency loss. Superior RFI protection is also provided. Requires 12-48 V phantom power.