An excellent miniature microphone for discreet miking—compatible with many popular transmitters.
In situations where the talent requires flexibility of movement or when mics need to be cleverly concealed, your choice of microphone can make or break a performance. d:screet Miniature Microphones and accessories are products designed for professional sound reproduction.
d:screet Miniature Microphones are extremely flexible and can be used for both speech and vocal pick up. Their sound quality, versatility and durability allow them to perform amazingly in a wide range of applications. They are well-known and well-loved theater microphones. Musicians and engineers use them as live or studio microphones for close miking acoustic string instruments. In broadcast, these small condenser mics are popular as lavalier, lapel and tie clip microphones.
Also, with a flexible adapter system, you are no longer bound to one wireless system. As circumstances change you can switch the adapter on your d:fine headset to work with all leading wireless mic solutions including Lectrosonics, Sennheiser, Shure, Sony, Wisycom, Zaxcom and many more.
The d:fine 4066 Omnidirectional Headset Microphone offers clean and transparent sound quality with lots of headroom. For years, this has been the chosen headset mic for broadcasters as well as theaters on Broadway and London's West End. This is due to its pristine sound and durability.
The headset construction is unique. You can detach the mic boom from the headset mount to switch it to either the left or right side and then reattach it. Humidity, often an issue in theatrical applications is not a problem. This microphone is constructed with a double-vent protection system and a drop stopper on the microphone boom. Also, the materials inside the mic are water resistant. These design elements make it very difficult for the microphone to fail due to humidity. In addition, the headset surface is matte-gold plated and the ear hooks are covered with a silicone hose.
The microphone’s sensitivity is 6 mV/Pa. This matches the level of the human voice to the general input sensitivity of most wireless transmitters. If powered correctly, the microphone will be able to handle sound pressure levels up to 144 dB SPL before clipping occurs.
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