DPA Microphones has brought Scandinavian design sensibilities to the installation market with the launch of the Microphone Base for its d:screet SC4098 Podium Microphone.

DPA d:screet SC4098 Microphone BaseIntended for use by A/V consultants, system integrators and installing electricians, the base can be placed on a table or podium, or attached to the ceiling or wall, the base is available in black and white, and comes with either a MicroDot connector, an XLR connector, or unterminated leads for connections to Phoenix blocks. The d:screet capsule is mounted on a sleek boom that, for the tabletop version, has a gooseneck at the top and the bottom, allowing it to be positioned where required. The ceiling version comprises one gooseneck. In both versions, the cable can exit to the side of, or beneath, the unit.

DPA has a range of kits, each containing a different connector solution. For tabletop applications, there are three kits consisting of a black base and a d:screet SC4098 with a 450mm gooseneck, while for ceiling applications there are three kits consisting of a white base and a d:screet SC4098 with a 150mm gooseneck. The microphone base and microphone are available separately, allowing connectors, base colours and gooseneck lengths to be mixed and matched.

‘When it comes to choosing audio equipment, there are many conference venues where a pleasing aesthetic is just as important as sound quality,’ says DPA Product Manager, René Mørch. ‘A company with a beautiful, antique boardroom table, for example, isn’t going to relish the thought of drilling a hole in it so they can attach a microphone. These elegant microphone solutions will add to a stylish meeting room no matter if it has only one or several of the tabletop microphone solutions. Likewise, a venue where conferences are frequently videoed or broadcast might not want table-mounted microphones at all – they will be much happier with our ceiling base because it keeps the microphone out of view without compromising sound quality.

‘These capsules have a uniform off-axis response which means that, even when ceiling mounted, they will perfectly capture the sound of every speaker. Those further away will sound just as natural as those closer to the microphone, with no loss of speech intelligibility or clarity.’

DPA’s Microphone Base will ship at the end of December 2016.

More: www.dpamicrophones.com

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