The Edirol CS-50 is a compact, light-weight stereo condenser microphone designed for the R-4 and R-4 Pro, videographer, broadcaster and sound designer. The CS-50 features bass roll-off capability as well as selectable wide stereo or narrow (focused) polar patterns.
Light Weight Profile: The light weight, slim profile make the CS-50 ideal for location use while mounted on a boom, pistol grip or camera.
Low Frequency Roll-Off: The low-frequency roll-off switch eliminates hum and low-frequency noise due to wind, handling and proximity effect.
Mono (Narrow) Pattern: The narrow pattern provides a focused pick up at the front end of the capsule. The result is an accurate signal without noise at the off-axis sections of the capsule.
Wide Stereo Pattern: The wide stereo pattern provides a generous pick up area while reproducing signal with accurate stereo placement. This setting is ideal for ambiance capturing, live music, sound effects, etc.
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