An evangelical megachurch with 14 campuses through Central Pennsylvania, LCBC is one of the largest and best known churches in America. With its leaders expecting the best from the equipment they purchase, they were quick to adopt the world’s smallest pro audio headset microphone when it appeared.

LCBC Production Director, Sean McDermottLCBC in-person services average 16,000 in attendance but, with Covid-19 restrictions presently in place, its online audience continues to grow.

With a capsule that measures 3mm (0.12 in) in diameter, LCBC was among the first houses of worship to purchase DPA Microphones 6066 Core Subminiature Headset – one for each of its two primary communicators, selecting the mic for its sound, sleek design, comfort and small form-factor.

‘Our teaching team has been using DPA’s 4066 headset mics for years,’ says LCBC Church Production Director, Sean McDermott. ‘We have always appreciated the audio quality and reliability of that solution. When DPA introduced the 6066, we knew it was an obvious upgrade that would provide a more comfortable experience for our communicators, the classic natural DPA sound and an improved look for our broadcasts.’

Although small, the capsule retains the performance of larger DPA mics through its use of DPA’s Core technology. ‘There are no other headset mics out there that offer the same benefits as the 6066,’ says McDermott. ‘Our communicators really appreciate the redesigned ear grips and cable management, and our video team loves how the smaller element blends in on camera. The new locking boom also ensures that the mic element is in the right place, every time! In addition, the replaceable cable is a must for headset mics. Our teaching pastors almost forget they are wearing the headset mic because it is so comfortable.’

The congregation has been impressed with the quality of the 6066 Core mics as well. ‘In church production, when we don’t receive negative comments about the mics, we view that as a win,’ explains McDermott. ‘Upgrading to the 6066 was a seamless transition; everyone is happy with them and they sound great.’

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