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10.4: Data Tables

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    Table 1

    Frequency

    On Axis

    45 degrees

    90 degrees

    135 degrees

    180 degrees

    125 Hz

    500 Hz

    2 kHz

    8 kHz

    Table 2

    Frequency

    On Axis

    45 degrees

    90 degrees

    135 degrees

    180 degrees

    125 Hz

    0 dB

    500 Hz

    0 dB

    2 kHz

    0 dB

    8 kHz

    0 dB

    Table 3 - Shure SM 58 (typical)

    Frequency

    On Axis

    45 degrees

    90 degrees

    135 degrees

    180 degrees

    125 Hz

    0 dB

    -2 dB

    -6 dB

    -15 dB

    -20 dB

    500 Hz

    0 dB

    -2 dB

    -6 dB

    -20 dB

    -25 dB

    2 kHz

    0 dB

    -3 dB

    -6 dB

    -15 dB

    -19 dB

    8 kHz

    0 dB

    -3 dB

    -10 dB

    -15 dB

    -10 dB


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