DPA has introduced a supercardioid Choir Mic, a new microphone for users seeking an unobtrusive microphone for live broadcasting with choir or ensemble vocal performances.
DPA said the d:sign 4097 CORE Choir Mic has an unobtrusive, yet elegant design. It has a supercardioid pick up pattern and uniform off-axis response. The microphone reaches up to 99.7 inches.
Three integrated shock mounts ensure stability and the mic has a rapidly stabilizing active boom pole. It has wireless capability. A complete microphone floor stand solution offers a high-quality stage voice or instrument mic. The floor stand has been designed to handle the rough life in TV-studios, OB-vans and onstage in theaters and concert halls.
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