DPA Microphones Showcases New Wireless Capabilities At AES 2016

DPA Microphones showcased its new GSM4000 Gooseneck Shock Mount Accessory and MMP-G Modular Active Cable for MicroDot at the AES 2016 Show. Both accessories are brand new components for the d:dicate Microphone Series and give users the ability to create a completely wireless microphone setup while maintaining pristine audio quality.

The DPA Microphones GSM4000 Gooseneck Shock Mount Accessory possesses a clip at the end where the d:dicate capsule can easily be mounted with a preamp connected to it. Depending on the application, the user can employ the new MMP-G Modular Active Cable for wireless or the MMP-E Modular Active Cable for wired solutions. An integrated shock mount in the GSM4000 ensures the perfect sound is not affected by unwanted noise. The GSM4000 is available in black, has a length of 11.5 cm (4.5 in) and allows the microphone to be set up in different positions thanks to the flexible gooseneck.

The MMP-G Modular Active Cable is an ultra-transparent preamplifier with active drive for impedance balancing to reject frequency interference. The preamplifier permits the modular d:dicate capsules to connect to wireless systems with its fixed MicroDot connector that works with the wide range of DPA adapters configured for all professional wireless systems. All d:dicate capsules can easily be mounted on the MMP-G to present an elegant and discreet solution. The MMP-G is available in two variations: MMP-GR, with the cable extending from the rear, or MMP-GS, with the cable extending from the side.

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