THOR Hammer SE Headworn Microphone for Speaking, Stage, Theater

HAMMER SE

HEADSET MICROPHONE

headset microphone - head worn mic - Thor Hammer SE

HAMMER SE HEADSET MICROPHONE

The THOR Hammer SE (single ear) headset microphone is a high performance microphones that features omnidirectional condenser capsules. Carefully tuned for clear articulation of both male and female voices, these headset microphones are perfect for houses of worship, presenters, theater and broadcast. The mic system features a lightweight, flexible boom, an optional wrap-around headband for dual-ear security, and a detachable, easy-to-replace cable.

  • Omni-directional capsule
  • Incredibly lightweight
  • 3 color options to match skin tones
  • Single-ear design with dual-ear adapter included
  • Compatible with most manufacturer’s products

Hammer SE-9 features a 90mm (3.5in) arm
Hammer SE-11 features a 115mm (4.5in) arm

IDEAL FOR

CHURCH & HOUSE OF WORSHIP
Clearly communicate your message with high quality sound and minimal feedback.

THEATER & STAGE
Articulate and discreet. Allows audiences to hear every syllable, word, and note.

HAMMER SE HEADSET MICROPHONE

The THOR Hammer SE (single ear) headset microphone is a high performance microphone that features omnidirectional condenser capsules. Carefully tuned for clear, articulation of both male and female voices, these headset microphones are perfect for houses of worship, presenters, theater and broadcast. The mic system features a lightweight, flexible boom, an optional wrap-around headband for dual-ear security, and a detachable, easy-to-replace cable.

  • Omni-directional capsule
  • Incredibly lightweight
  • 3 color options to match skin tones
  • Single-ear design with dual-ear adapter included
  • Compatible with most manufacturer’s products

Hammer SE-9 features a 90mm (3.5in) boom
Hammer SE-11 features a 115mm (4.5in) boom

IDEAL FOR

CHURCH & HOUSE OF WORSHIP
Clearly communicate your message with high quality sound and minimal feedback.

THEATER & STAGE
Articulate and discreet allows audiences to hear every syllable, word, and note.

headset microphone - head worn mic - Thor Hammer SE

HOUSES
OF WORSHIP

THEATER
& STAGE

CONFERENCE & CORPORATE

IDEAL MARKETS

HOUSES OF WORSHIP

THEATER & STAGE

CONFERENCE & CORPORATE

HAMMER SE HEADSET MICROPHONE SPECIFICATIONS

Pattern: Omnidirectional
Sensitivity: -67dB ± 3dB
Frequency Range: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
SPL: 115dB
Impedance: 2,000 Ω
Weight: 8 grams without cable connector
Style: Single ear ambidextrous
Adaptor – Dual ear left side
Boom Length: 90mm (SE-9)
115mm (SE-11)
Color: Black, Brown, or Tan
Cable Thickness: 1.3mm x 1.2M
Connectors: Compatible with most manufacturer’s products.

HAMMER SE HEADSET MICROPHONE SPECIFICATIONS

Pattern: Omnidirectional
Sensitivity: -67dB ± 3dB
Frequency Range: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
SPL: 115dB
Impedance: 2,000 Ω
Weight: 8 grams without cable connector
Style: Single ear ambidextrous
Adaptor – Dual ear left side
Boom Length: 90mm (SE-9)
115mm (SE-11)
Color: Black, Brown, or Tan
Cable Thickness: 1.3mm x 1.2M
Connectors: Compatible with most manufacturer’s products.

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HAMMER SE HEADSET MICROPHONE FAQs

What type of mics are the Hammer SE9 and SE11 Omnidirectional single ear headworn mics with high gain before feedback.
What is the difference between the Hammer SE9 and SE11 The only difference is in the microphone boom length: SE9 has a 90mm and the SE11 has a 115mm.
What type of mic connectors are available TA4F, 3.5mm, XLR3, Hirose4, and MIPRO. Be sure to check with your manufacturer for connector type.
What colors are available Black, Brown, & Tan
Is the dual-ear headset adaptor included with the purchase Yes
What are some ways to optimize the performance of your mic Adjust the gain accordingly on the microphone channel on your audio console. Position the mic capsule close to the user’s face and directed just below the corner of the mouth to avoid plosives. Tweak the channel EQ as needed based on uniqueness of the room and how your audio system is EQ’d. Dedicating one microphone for each user prolongs the performance life.

TROUBLESHOOTING

HAMMER SE HEADSET MICROPHONE TROUBLESHOOTING

I hear a hiss, popping, or white noise Microphone capsule placement should be just below the corner of the mouth for best audio performance. This reduces popping.

Use the optional windscreen to reduce breath or hiss. If it is more than this, there may be a loose cable at the connector, either by the ear hook or the belt pack.

The Mic cap may be loose and amplify the slight capsule movements. Mute the mic and then gently and firmly tighten the cap.

I have feedback consistently All sound systems are tuned specifically to the room. Each channel on your audio mixing console further customizes the sound for each input. On the microphone channel, try using a high pass filter (HPF). This allows only the higher frequencies to be heard. Additionally, try slightly decreasing the EQ frequencies between 300-500Hz. Other frequencies to decrease may be in the 5-10kHz range.