Shure had added two gooseneck condenser microphones, the CVG12D and CVG18D, to its Centraverse Installed Sound Microphones range.
Designed with dual gooseneck sections for full articulation, inline preamp, and an integrated base for precise positioning, the microphones are aimed at installations requiring a fully preconfigured desktop system. The CVG12D and CVG18D feature a cardioid polar pattern with a frequency response tailored for speech, which maximises intelligibility while reducing ambient room noise and feedback.
Both microphones are intended for use in installed sound reinforcement applications, and complement the Centraverse line by delivering high-quality audio for small- to mid-sized discussion systems, conferencing systems, A/V conferencing and public speaking systems. The Centraverse microphone line has an integrated desktop base and 3.65m cable with XLR termination for use on podia or desktops.
The CVG12D and CVG18D are also equipped with CommShield Technology, which guards against RF interference from portable wireless devices such as smartphones and tablets. The microphones are available in three configurations – Inline preamp (CVG12D/CVG18D); Inline preamp, mute switch, and LED indicator (CVG12DS, CVG18DS); and Inline preamp, mute switch, and light ring indicator (CWG12DRS, CVG18DRS).
‘With the new, integrated design of the CVG12D and CVG18D microphones, users can now take advantage of an all-in-one, easy-to-install solution, while still enjoying the durability, quality, and affordability Shure customers have come to expect,’ says Shure Senior Director of Networked Audio Systems, Chad Wiggins. ‘These three configurations provide additional options for users to maximise the functionality of their desired sound demands. From corporate facilities, to houses of worship, to government institutions and beyond, the Centraverse line of microphones exceed the needs of any conferencing customer working to a budget.’
All models carry a two-year limited warranty, and will be available for purchase from select Shure partners in February 2017.