Conferencing Mics and Systems
Oct 27, 2010 12:00 PM, By Mark Johnson
The VM-44 gooseneck condenser microphone from Milab comes standard with a cardioid capsule with optional additional capsules available. The frequency response is 20Hz to 20kHz, and the mic is supplied with an attached 2-meter cable with XLR preamp.
Peavey's Architectural Acoustics PM 16S is designed to either be mounted with the supplied collet mount or attached directly to an XLR connector. The condenser microphone features a cardioid pickup pattern and full shielding for rejection of hum and RF interference. The frequency response is 50Hz to 20kHz.
The Revolabs Executive HD wireless 4- and 8-channel systems operate in the 1.9GHz RF band. Up to 32 microphone channels (depending on the mode) may be used within a 100ft. radius. Microphone and/or transmitter options include omni and directional tabletop boundary microphones, a wearable wireless mic, an XLR adapter, and an adapter for Countryman microphones.
The Samson CM15P and CM20P miniature gooseneck microphones feature a cardioid pickup pattern and an onboard 100Hz high-pass filter. The microphone comes with a multistage rippled windscreen to help reduce P-popping. The mics are fitted with standard 3-pin XLR connectors, and a flange mount is also included. The frequency response is 60Hz to 16kHz.
Shure MX405/MX410 Microflex miniature gooseneck microphones are available with optional desktop or mounted bases, and they come wired or wireless with interchangeable (cardioid or supercardioid) microphone element cartridges. The system is compatible with SLX wireless systems, including the SLX4L wireless receiver with logic output for applications requiring logic functionality. The desktop model provides a programmable mute switch and logic input for remote LED and mute control.
Sony's ECM530 tabletop gooseneck microphone features either battery or phantom-power operation and comes in a matte black finish, with a noise-isolated base. The frequency response is 70Hz to 18kHz, and the system includes a 2-meter XLR cable, connected at the back of the base.
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