Audio-Technica Introduces the U841R Boundary Microphone

Audio-Technica has debuted its new U841R Omnidirectional Condenser Boundary Microphone, an update to and replacement of the company’s U841A microphone.

While retaining the feature set of the U841A, Audio-Technica said the new U841R microphone is enhanced with the addition of internal electronics that do not require an external power module.

The mic features an integral TA3M output connector and includes a 25-foot TA3F-to-XLRM cable.

The U841R delivers intelligible audio reproduction in a super-compact, low-profile design. Equipped with UniGuard RFI-shielding technology, this omnidirectional condenser boundary microphone is designed to capture audio for clear, highly intelligible sound reinforcement, professional recording and television broadcasting.

The U841R has a 360-degree pickup angle and operates on phantom power.

The U841R Boundary Microphone will be available July, 2017 at $199.

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