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Monday, September 14, 2020

Countryman H6

I don’t get to play with headset microphones as much but when I do, I totally enjoy it. Well, I guess it’s more about how cool these things are. I had the opportunity to play with the Countryman H6 Headset. This is a headset that you use with your wireless transmitter for singers and presenters. The headset is fairly invisible and it works great with picking up your vocals. The real plus is how comfortable it feels while wearing it. Personally, without even being plugged in, I already felt amplified.

While Countryman says it is, I have not tested how water resistant it is.

H6 Goldfish from Countryman Associates on Vimeo.

However, judging from the build, you can sweat or spill water on it and the internal components will not get wet.

Going back to the look and feel, Countryman says they are the lowest profile headset mic in the industry. After researching a few, it’s definitely one of the lowest.
The overall sound quality is amazing! I’ll test this on some singers next.

Here are the technical specs.
Frequency Response:
Omnidirectional: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Directional: 30 Hz to 15 kHz

Operating Current:
500 uA

Operating Voltage:
1 to 2 Volts

Power Supply Voltage:
+3V with 2.7 kOhm load
+5V with 6.8 kOhm load
+9V with 15 kOhm load

Weight:
0.07 oz (2 g)

Sensitivity:
Omnidirectional W5 (no band): 7.0 mV/Pascal
Omnidirectional W6 (blue band): 2.0 mV/Pascal
Omnidirectional W7 (purple band): 0.7 mV/Pascal
Directional W5 (no band): 6.0 mV/Pascal
Directional W6 (blue band): 1.9 mV/Pascal
Directional W7 (purple band): 0.6 mV/Pascal

Equivalent Acoustic Noise:
W5: 24 dBA
W6: 29 dBA
W7: 39 dBA

Overload Sound Level:
Omnidirectional W5: 120 dB SPL
Omnidirectional W6: 130 dBA SPL
Omnidirectional W7: 140 dBA SPL
Directional W5: 125 dBA SPL
Directional W6: 135 dBA SPL
Directional W7: 145 dBA SPL

Cable Length:
5 Feet

What’s even better is that they are located in the Bay Area!

Countryman Associates, Inc.
195 Constitution Drive
Menlo Park, CA 94025

Edel Alonhttp://edelalon.com
Edel-Ryan Alon is a starving musician, failed artist, connoisseur of fine foods, aspiring entrepreneur, husband, father of two, geek by day, cook by night, and an all around great guy.

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