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Audio-Technica keeps a low profile

Audio-Technica keeps a low profile

Audio-Technica keeps a low profile

The AT8699 and AT8699R are designed to be used with gooseneck microphones with an XLRM connector

Audio-Technica has launched two low-profile microphone desk stands, the AT8699 and AT8699R, featuring a three-pin XLRF input and XLRM output. They are designed to be used with gooseneck microphones with an XLRM connector. The AT8699R is equipped with a user-programmable control switch with three settings: touch on/off, momentary on (touch to talk) and momentary off (touch to mute). The AT8699R includes an LED mic-status indicator, and users can control the LED using a connected ATUC or ES925/XLR gooseneck mic.

The manufacturer has also announced the expansion of its conferencing and discussion solutions. The ATUC-IR Hybrid Infrared Discussion System provides 24-bit/48kHz uncompressed digital audio which is said to provide natural-sounding voice reproduction and features a 12-band feedback suppressor.

The ATUC-IRCU control offers three conference modes and override settings. The unit can record WAV and MP3 files to USB devices. The ATUC-IRCUDAN version includes all the features of the ATUC-IRCU plus a Dante output with redundancy.

The ATUC-IRDU discussion unit can be used with three gooseneck condenser microphones: the ATUC-M43H hypercardioid condenser gooseneck, ATUC-M58H hypercardioid condenser gooseneck and ATUC-M32L line cardioid condenser gooseneck. Lastly, the ceiling-mount ATUC-IRA IR transmitter/receiver unit has been designed for reception and transmission of the IRDU signals.

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