STAT V SET

STAT V SET
$ 459,00
cable jack-jack
$ 39,00
extra cable stat-v
$ 59,00
extra cork
$ 4,00
stat pre clip
$ 12,00

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The STAT Series of contact microphones has been specially developed to bring out the best sound qualities of bowed stringed instruments in louder musical environments, or in amplified performance situations.

The bridge-mounted STAT-V for violin and viola is designed to accurately reproduce the warm sound of the instrument’s strings. It gives depth and body to lower strings and reproduces the clarity and brightness of higher ones. Impressively resistant to feedback, STAT-V is a great choice for loud musical environments, or rock /jazz/fusion performances with high levels of amplification.

The standard STAT-V SET includes pickup, cable and battery-powered STAT-PRE preamp with volume control.

Nominal impedance 2 Kohm
Frequency Response 60 Hz to 12 kHz
Dynamic range 70 dB
Sensitivity (on instrument) ca. -20 dB
Temperature range -10° C to +50° C
Contacts Gold plated
Connection Binder to 1/4" jack
Weight 0.16 kg (0.34lb)
Dimensions 10.3x5.5x2.5cm (4.0x2.16x0.98 in)
Frequency Response 40 Hz to 20 kHz
Construction Aluminium box
Nominal output level 0 dBu
Maximum output level 8 dB
Maximum gain 18 dB
Maximum input level 0 dBu
Signal to noise ratio 93 dB
THD <0.06% @ -10 dBu
Input impedance

25 Kohm

Output impedance 190 ohm
Supply 9V alkaline battery

Matt Glase - violin (string dept. Chair - Berklee College of music)
"I love my Schertler pickup! It’s extraordinary. I can now go to a gig with one good violin, one bow and my Schertler pickup, and I know that I’ll get great sound, regardless, of course. The better the P.A. system, the better I sound, but the pickup is never less than wonderful. I hightly recommend it to all string players."

Joe Kye - violin
"I've tried a lot of pickups over the years, and none create the same depth and nuanced fullness of the Schertler Stat-V. It also does a great job withstanding feedback at loud volumes; the fidelity allows me to explore the textural subtleties of the violin even in loud, reverbed rock settings"

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How it's made - Stat

The housing, which contains the transducer element, gets glued to the cork piece.
The cork piece transmits the vibrations from the bridge to the electrostatic sensor, which then transforms the mechanical vibrations into an electrical signal.

"All pickup products and preamps are manufactured in Mendrisio, Switzerland. Most of the components are produced in our in-house workshop facilities where we have two CNC tooling machines, turning lathes and milling machines, a laser cutter, pneumatic presses, casting devices and obviously a well equipped electronic laboratory. "

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