GMH D9.400D Double-ear headset, 400ohm speaker, 200ohm Mic.

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GMH D9.400D Double-ear over ear headset

Professional heavy duty Communications Headsets.

The 9.000 headset series is especially developed for live & studio performances, sporting events and other events where a high audio quality, reliability and comfort are very important.
Major benefits of this product are:

  • heavy duty design
  • over average sound performance (high-end 400 Ohm drivers and high end microphones)
  • rotatable microphone boom with integrated switch in end position
  • good wearing comfort
  • good cancellation of exterior noise
  • high material and production quality
  • reliability
  • customizable
  • OEM customers are welcome
  • each assembled part also available as separate spare
  • high-end studio version with changeable real condenser microphone capsules in different polar pattern available

The headset features either a dynamic microphone with cardioids pattern or a studio-electret microphone with hyper-cardioids pattern for excellent front-to-back ratios and an assembled pop filter for minimizing disturbing noise. The dual muff version comes with two ear cups and a bendable microphone boom. You can choose between several different wires and connectors. The drivers are high-end 400 Ohm drivers for high audio quality.


  •  Acoustical Design: closed
  • Ear Pad Design: oval-aural
  • Continous Power Rating: 50mW (100mW D version)
  • Cable: 1,8m plurethane, black
  • Connector: 4 pin XLR (Female)
  • Average Pressing force: 6N
  • Weight w:o cable: appr. 180gr. (280gr D version)
  • Warranty: 2 years

Headphone specifications: 

  • Nominal power: 100mW - Driver Principle: dynamic
  • Nominal Impedance: 400 ohm (2x 400ohm D version)
  • Frequency Response: 40 – 14.400 Hz
  • External Noise Isolation: appr. 16 dB (22dBA D version)

Microphone specifications:

  • Physical: - Type: dynamic
  • Nominal Impedance: 200 ohm
  • Frequency Response: 40 – 15.000 Hz
  • Polar Pattern: cardioids