Yaesu M-1 Microphone

| octubre 10, 2020

Yaesu M-1 Microphone

Find New Pleasure in Creating Your Own Unique Voice

yaesu m-1 reference microphone

Yaesu M-1 Reference Microphone

To the Most Discriminating Ham Radio Operators
Revolutionary dual microphone configuration features both dynamic and condenser microphone elements

Yaesu M-1 Reference MicrophoneThe M-1 features two built-in microphone elements, one dynamic and one condenser. The unique output signals may be individually crafted and then blended to produce a single rich voice signal. The condenser microphone responds to a broad frequency range including the distinctive crisp highs, while the dynamic microphone adds depth and warmth; desirable qualities for a congenial conversation. The M-1 lets you fine-tune and balance the two microphone sources to create a sound that is just right for your voice.

Nine-band graphic equalizer for each microphone element

Yaesu M-1 Reference MicrophoneThe nine-band graphic equalizer is applied to each microphone element independently, giving total flexibility to accentuate and enhance the frequency characteristics of both output signals. Distinguish the outputs of the dynamic and condenser microphones as you please. The nine individual frequency bands of each graphic equalizer can be adjusted with rotary encoders located on the base control panel below the display (a dedicated alignment tool is provided). The built-in memory can store two different groups of settings for each microphone. Stored settings (Memory 1 and 2) can be accessed instantly. A through (flat) preset is also provided. By blending the two microphone outputs together, you can create your own unique tonal quality. The M-1 adds a new level to the audio creative process.

TBC (Treble Boost Cowling) produces a unique tonal texture

The simple clip-on cowling enhances the high-frequency response. The cowling serves to concentrate voice input with a peak at around 1 – 1.5 kHz, producing a unique tonal texture.

Long stroke Smooth PTT key

Yaesu M-1 MicrophoneThe PTT key has been designed with optimal balance between key weight and stroke to provide the perfect level of responsiveness. The Air-Cylinder construction delivers smooth fingertip-sensitive operation over an extended stroke distance. Meanwhile, the contactless magnetic switch provides years of fault-free operation with minimal mechanical degradation.

Uncompromising attention to detail
  • Solid aluminum die cast mic stand base designed to prevent sympathetic vibration. The central recessed control panel has been configured to avoid any careless change of settings.
  • The high visibility ON AIR LED indicates when transmissions are in progress.
  • Switch the large display featuring anti-reflective AR coating from Graphic Equalizer to audio scope mode at the touch of a button.
  • Use the built-in record and playback feature to listen to your own voice and adjust as necessary.
  • Connect headphones to the M-1 to check the mic sound in real time, listen to test recordings or monitor the transceiver signal (via 3.5 mm mono jack cable between the M-1 and Transceiver’s Audio Out).
  • Use the one-touch PTT keylock features to reduce fatigue during extended sessions.
  • Features a built-in one-click Low-Cut filter independent of the graphic equalizer.
  • Outputs include balanced XLR jack to be used with professional sound equipment.

Yaesu M-1 Microphone

Yaesu M-1 Reference Microphone Specifications

  • Microphone Type: Dynamic microphone and Codenser microphone
  • Supply Voltage: DC5.0 V ±5 %
  • Frequency Response: 30 17000Hz
  • Sensitivity: – 60 dB 1kHz 0 dB=1V/1Pa
  • Microphone Impedance: 600 Ohms
  • Headphone Output Impedance: 16 Ohms (TYP)
  • Headphone Output Level: 15 mW (TYP)
  • RX AUDIO IN (Input Level): 100 mVrms (TYP)
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 5.5″ x 11.0″ x 6.0″ (140 x 280 x 152 mm)
    * H: (Maximum with microphone flat)
  • Weight: 2.11 lbs ( 960 g) w/o cable

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Supplied Accessories:
TBC (Treble Boost Cowling)
Microphone cable
AC apapter
Operating Manual

M-1 Operating Manual – Yaesu

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