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Beyer Dynamic MMX 300
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Beyer Dynamic MMX 300

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Transmission type
Construction Sound coupling to the ear. A differentiation is made between supraaural headphones, circumaural headphones and in-ear headphones.
Circumaural (around the ear)
Headphone impedance Also known as nominal impedance. The impedance is the AC resistance of the coils of loudspeakers and headphones in ohms. Since impedance depends on the frequency, it is always specified at a frequency of one kilohertz.
32 ohms
Headphone design (operating principle)
Headphone frequency response The frequency response specifies the highest and lowest frequencies reproduced by the acoustic transducer of the headphones.
5 - 30,000 Hz
Cable & plug
2 x 3.5 mm (1/8") stereo jack plugs & 6.35 mm (1/4") adapter
Nominal sound pressure level The acoustical level, the headphone transducer produces to an artificial ear (a measurement device, which simulates a human ear) with an input power of 1 mW (dB/mW @ 500 Hz).
96 dB
Net weight without packaging
380 g
Transducer type The transducer system is designed as a dynamic moving coil microphone, as a ribbon microphone or as a condenser microphone. for microphone
Condenser - Cardioid
Polar pattern The polar pattern is the preferred pick-up direction of the microphone. According to the shape of the corresponding measurement plot, there are omni-directional, cardioid, super-cardioid or hyper-cardioid as well as figure-of-eight patterns.
Release Date
First seen
27 May 2008