Swedish company IsoVox has introduced the IsoMic microphone, using a triangular capsule tailored for voice recording, and its IsoVox 2 vocal booth counterpart.

IsoVox IsoMic, IsoPop and IsoVox 2During the developmental process, the IsoVox team worked with fellow Swedish company Research Electronics AB, owners of the Ehrlund Microphones brand, to create a partner microphone for its IsoVox 2 vocal booth – making use of triangular technology developed by Göran Ehrlund – the Ehrlund Capsule.

The capsule features a membrane with a recovery movement that is claimed to be three times faster than a circular one, and therefore able to pick up transients that would otherwise be left unheard.

IsoMic has a 7Hz to 87kHz frequency response a Signal-to-Noise Ratio of 87dBA, Dynamic Range of 115dB, and a maximum SPL peak performance of 0.5% THD at 116 dB or 1% THD at 122dB. IsoMic also has an extremely low equivalent noise level of <7dB (A).

‘While IsoMic comes with an IsoPop (working with its integrated filter to act as a double pop-removal zone) alongside other accessories, it is when positioned inside IsoVox’s innovative IsoVox 2 vocal booth that the results really stand out from the crowd – at home or away,’ the company says.

More: https://isovoxbooth.com/isomic

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