I meant to say 87!None of the three in that image is a K47 clone.
K67/K87 clones all have a "square grid" of holes; K47's have a concentric-circle pattern of holes in the backplate.
That's a instant buy! I'm a huge sucker for takstar anythingThis is from takstar. Interesting single back plate capsule with no chamber. I remember it sounding pretty decent?
Thanks. I'll check it out.It is unique capsule, single backplate, k67. I appreciate it for being unique. It has frequency response kind of in k67 ballpark, but pattern response similar to k47.
I modified one here, you can see the frequency response before and after the mod.
I had this capsule lying around, so i decided to do a mod to it based on b&k paper. The capsule is a k67/k47 hybrid, but the principle is the same for almost any capsule. This one can "easily" be modded, as the diaphragm is glued to the tensioning ring, and won't collapse when detached. The...groupdiy.com
If that is the response in anechoic chamber why is there so much smoothing, and why isn't it accurate below 100hz?
Actually, most anechoic chambers below 100HZ are not very accurateIf that is the response in anechoic chamber why is there so much smoothing, and why isn't it accurate below 100hz?
Wouldnt that mean the measurement is not valid then?Because it is not a particularly standard anechoic chamber and there are not many sampling points, this curve has been smoothed, but it is also relatively accurate and can be referenced
Actually, most anechoic chambers below 100HZ are not very accurate
So what kind of measurement results are valid? The results vary under different test variables, and the test curve can only be used as a reference. Each product test has its own differences, and this data may not be qualified as an accurate measurement, but it is not a problem to use it as a referenceWouldnt that mean the measurement is not valid then?