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Audio-Technica’s latest mic-drop

Audio-Technica’s latest mic-drop

Audio-Technica’s latest mic-drop

Audio-Technica has added new models to its Engineered Sound, MicroSet and UniPoint ranges

New to the Engineered Sound line of modular microphone systems is the ES925 gooseneck microphone. With interchangeable components allowing users to configure each microphone system from a choice of three different polar patterns (the ‘C’ model representing cardioid, ‘H’ for hypercardioid and ‘ML’ for MicroLine), the ES925 is also available with four power module options (DS5, FM3, FM5 and XLR) as well as six different gooseneck lengths, meaning there is a total of 72 variants on offer.

The cardioid, hypercardioid and MicroLine versions offer acceptance angles of 120°, 100° and 90° respectively, with an omnidirectional element available separately. The desk stand, flush-mount power modules and all mic element housings all feature RGB LED status indicators. The five-pin desk stand is additionally equipped with a touch-sensitive, capacitive-type user switch with local and remote switching options and a UniSteep filter that provides steep low-frequency attenuation for improved sound pickup that reportedly doesn’t affect the vocal reproduction quality. The three-pin and five-pin flush-mount power modules are designed to mount in table tops unobtrusively and come with isolators that mechanically dampen the mounting surface. Both versions are equipped with a capacitive touch switch to locally enable muting of the microphone.

The BP89x set
The BP89x set

Meanwhile, the MicroSet line of headworn microphones has three new models. The BP892x, BP893x and BP894x are updated versions of the BP892, BP893 and BP894 models with the addition of detachable cables and more secure ear loops for added comfort.

Finally, the UniPoint U843R three-element multidirectional boundary microphone offers three cardioid condenser elements within a single housing. It is phantom powered, making it suited to surface-mount installations, and is said to be ideal for a variety of video and audio conferencing applications. The UniPoint U891, meanwhile, has been updated with the addition of a two-state RGB LED status indicator and a touch-sensitive, capacitive-type user switch that can be set to three modes. The new models are equipped with an 80Hz low-cut UniSteep filter to reduce pickup of low-frequency ambient noise, UniGuard technology to protect against radio frequency interference and a PivotPoint rotating connector that changes the cable exit point without the need for tools.

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