Audio-Technica is now shipping three models of its MicroSet headworn microphones with detachable cables and more secure ear loops for comfort and fit.
Audio-Technica said all MicroSet models are available in black or beige with a variety of terminations for wired, third party and Audio-Technica wireless mic systems.
The high-SPL BP892x MicroSet microphone features a subminiature omnidirectional condenser capsule that delivers intelligible, natural audio with a flat, extended frequency response that is ideal for stage and television talent, lecturers and worship leaders.
The ultra-lightweight mic hooks securely behind either ear and can be worn for hours without fatigue. For maximum stability and comfort, the included AT8464x dual-ear adapter kit converts the MicroSet to a dual-ear-worn unit.
The BP893x MicroSet, with its unobtrusive 0.2-inch boom, is a high-SPL omnidirectional condenser headworn microphone that offers inconspicuous, under-the-ear placement, along with clear, natural vocal pickup. It has a lightweight, low-profile design.
The high-SPL, low-profile BP894x MicroSet subminiature cardioid condenser headworn microphone hooks behind either ear for a secure, comfortable fit and delivers a flat, extended frequency response, resulting in intelligible, natural audio. The microphone features a rotating capsule housing with talk-side indicator for perfect polar pattern placement and provides excellent rejection of outside noise, with exceptional gain-before-feedback when used with live sound systems and stage monitors.
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