Conferencing Mics and Systems
Oct 27, 2010 12:00 PM, By Mark Johnson
Mics and input
The Astatic GNVPD series miniature-gooseneck condenser microphones feature a continuously variable polar pattern and an integrated desk stand with a programmable membrane switch, LED, and logic interface. The logic I/O functions can be used with automatic mixers, teleconferencing systems, and control systems, and the logic input can remotely control the LED and membrane switch activation.
While it's not a mic, any phantom-powered gooseneck microphone with a three-pin XLRM connector from Audio Technica's lineup (or even another manufacturer) can be used with the AT8666RSC desk stand. The stand features a touch-sensitive on/off switch, indicator LED, and external contact closure ability for controlling remote devices. The on/off switch can be configured for touch-on/touch-off, momentary on, or momentary off. A control switch allows for local control, remote control, or LED remote control.
The Audix MicroPod series is a modular system comprising a 6in., 12in., or 18in. gooseneck and the M1250B miniature cardioid condenser microphone. Hypercardioid-pattern models are also available. The frequency range is 50Hz to 19kHz. The MicroPod series may be used in conjunction with the Audix ATS-10 table stand that includes a lighted on/off switch.
Bogen's DDU250 dynamic desktop mic features a 16in. gooseneck and a cardioid pickup pattern. The microphone also features push-to-talk and push-to-lock switches. The microphone comes with a hardwired 10ft. cable with external contact closure outputs for the talk switches.
The C800/C801 mini-shotgun condenser microphone from Clockaudio features a hypercardioid pickup pattern and a 50Hz-to-18kHz frequency response. The C801 is fitted with a knuckle joint that provides for lateral and vertical adjustment of the mic.
The PolarChoice Satellite manufactured by Electro-Voice is a wireless freestanding gooseneck microphone. The base features a compartment for a Telex or Electro-Voice bodypack transmitter. The PC-Satellite features an EV PolarChoice multipattern microphone with one nondirectional and three directional polar patterns available. A mute switch can be programmed to operate as either latching on/off or momentary push-to-mute.
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