Rycote Perfect For Schoeps Mini CMIT
Rycote Perfect For Schoeps Mini CMIT is incredibly sleek and compact. The Windshield Kit, MiniCMIT offers finely-tuned wind and handling noise protection for the new Schoeps MiniCMIT.
• Combined 62- and 72-Shore single Lyres (blue), pre-fitted – for optimal mic compliance*;
• Short, lightweight XLR connector (blue end-cap on XLR-3F);
• Professional quality Mogami cable;
• Optimised windshield size, weight and overall profile for the Schoeps MiniCMIT mic;
• This kit features contrasting black basket rings, blue Lyres and blue XLR end-cap.
Designed and optimised for key industry microphones, the ‘Perfect for’ range incorporates industry-leading Rycote technologies that work with your microphone – straight out of the box. The Windshield Kit, MiniCMIT is Perfect for the Schoeps MiniCMIT.
It features a short, lightweight XLR connector, professional-quality Mogami cable, and our patented Lyre® technology.
The Windshield Kit, MiniCMIT allows you to choose an optimised, straight out-of-the-box Rycote solution, perfectly suited to the MiniCMIT. We know from our customers in the location sound recording community, that smallness and lightness are highly valued – the Windshield Kit, MiniCMIT will help directly meet and fulfil this desire, as one of the smallest and lightest solutions available on the market.
In order to fine-tune the overall compliance of the suspension, based on the weight distribution of the mic, the Kit features a 72-Shore single Lyre at the rear, and a 62-Shore single Lyre at the front*. The Lyres and XLR-F connector end-cap are coloured blue, and compliment the colouring of the Schoeps mic.
More about Rycote
For more than forty years, Rycote has specialised to develop and make the industry standard shock & wind protection for the extremes of field production sound.
When a windnoise reduction device is fitted, its effect on the audio response is a constant factor – if it causes some loss of HF it will do it at all times. However the amount it reduces windnoise by depends on how hard the wind is blowing. If there is a flat calm it will have no beneficial effect at all and the sole result will be a degradation of the audio performance of the microphone. However, in a strong gale a small deviation from a perfect flat response may be a minor compromise to make for a recording with >30dB reduction in windnoise. Rycote strongly recommends fitting the minimum shielding necessary at any time.
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