Ucho Pro

Ucho Pro

Regular price €60.00 €60.00
⚠ THIS IS A PRE-ORDER: ESTIMATED SHIPPING TIME IS  EARLY DECEMBER 2018

Ucho Pro /ukʰo:/ is a phantom-powered, high quality omni-directional electret microphone. Compared with regular built-in microphones supplied with many recorders, Ucho has exceptionally low noise and high sensitivity. It is especially useful for recording delicate sounds and environments.

Ucho Pro has industry-standard XLR connector for use with pro-sumer and professional field recorders and preamps.

Phantom powered, pre-polarized condenser microphone
Operating voltage: 24-48V  (phantom power, IEC 61938)
Cable: 1.5 m with 2.5 mm diameter
Maximum input pressure level: ~122 dB SPL
Sensitivity: -28 dB at 1kHz (±3 dB)
Self-noise: ~14 dBA
Output: XLR-3M balanced, transformer-less, floating
Output impedance: 30-50 Ω
Power consumption: ~3mA per pin

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

What is included in the package:

  • Ucho Pro microphone
  • active XLR–miniXLR cable (1.5 m)
  • microphone clip for easier mounting

Recordings made with Uši plugged into Zoom H6

Other Uši recordings


Artists using Uši include Jonathan Fox, Jonáš Gruska, Jara Tarnovski, Kris Limbach, Lackluster / Esa Ruoho, Pavel Fajt, Sky To Speak, Jacques Kustod, Mounir Fatmi, Ian Mikyska, Stratocluster and others.

Testimonials:
“Small, well built & good sounding with low noise: for me a perfect pair
for field recording and experimentation.”
– Kris Limbach

“Since I got my pair of Uši, I just want to listen and tape 24/7 anywhere I go.” – Martin Kohout

“Uši are great sounding and versatile mics. I love their compact and miniature design. Being so small, they are almost always with me, ready to listen. Perhaps what I like most about them is that they drive me further into experimentation.” – Daniel Kordík

“I also own a stereo pair of the DPA 4060 mics and your Usi Pro mic is a good contender as far as sound quality and more importantly, low self noise. Not only your microphones are of great quality and gorgeous looking but they are very affordable, unlike the DPA 4060 mics.” – Kevin Durr / Xiusho Cavettes


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