Fenton DM100 Dynamic Wired Microphone

£8.50
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Fenton DM100 Dynamic Wired Microphone
( LLA0426 )

( LLA0426 )

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£8.50
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2 Year Warranty & 60 Days Returns Included

Key Features

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  • 600 Ohm Dynamic XLR Handheld Karaoke Mic
  • Sturdy plastic bodied dynamic microphone in black finish
  • Detachable 3m cable with XLR connector and 1/4" (6.35mm) jack plug
  • Perfect for karaoke, fitted with an on/off slide switch
  • Crystal clear output is suitable for singing and speech giving
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Product Description

Introducing this fantastic dynamic wired microphone from Fenton. This plastic microphone with dynamic insert is ideal for karaoke and PA applications for those on a budget. With a solid build and high quality audio output, your audience will marvel at the sound of your voice and have them screaming for more. Whether performing at your local karaoke night or spreading an important message to the public, this sturdy, extremely effective wired microphone is perfect for you.

FEATURES
Features
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  • Suitable for many applications including Karaoke
  • 3m lead fitted with a 6.3mm Jack plug
  • On/Off switch
  • Crystal clear audio output
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
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  • Frequency response: 100Hz - 10kHz
  • Sensitivity: -71dB
  • Impedance: 600 Ohm
  • Lead Length: 3M
  • Dimensions: 180 x 50mm
  • Weight: 266g
  • MPN: 173.126
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Customer Reviews
Product Questions
Is this mic Bluetooth?
Question by: David Hughes on 29 Feb 2020, 18:36
No this microphone connects to your speaker/mixer via a 1/4" Jack cable
Answer by: Jamie Atkins on 3 Mar 2020, 09:48
is this an omni, uni or di directional microphone?
Question by: liam on 4 May 2019, 18:13
This microphone has a cardioid pickup pattern so will be directional
Answer by: Russell Nie on 8 May 2019, 13:38