Beyerdynamic, a manufacturer of microphones, headphones and business communication systems, introduced two new microphones at the recent NSCA tradeshow in Orlando, Fla., the MPC 70 USB Acoustical Boundary and SHM 201A Gooseneck Mics.
“The unobtrusive design of the MPC 70 USB makes it an ideal product to be used for small groups producing audio recordings of conferences, meetings or round table discussions,” says Bob Lowig, beyerdynamic regional sales manager, about the boundary mic. “This is a great product that will prove to be extremely useful in the conference industry.”
Depending on the application there are three modes the MPC 70 UBS can operate in: On/Off, Push to Talk, and Push to Mute. In addition, the frequency response can be modified for use in two modes: linear or 150 Hz bass roll off to reduce low-frequency noise.
Also introduced was the SHM 201A Gooseneck microphone, which has a wide range of potential applications, including discussion and conferencing systems, conference halls, speaker’s desks, reception desks, control and mixing consoles, public transportation and sports arenas.
“The sophisticated modern design of this particular cardioid microphone is a crucial characteristic,” says Lowig. “Due to the small size, the SHM 201A blends into each architectural environment perfectly, which makes it easily adaptable to any situation, wherever the location may be.”
The SHM 201A is a sensitive microphone that produces a flat frequency response and an extremely high-gain before feedback, even if peaks in the audio signals should occur. The integrated transformer contributes to the uniqueness of the gooseneck microphone by ensuring interference-proof signal transmission, even when using long cables.
When used with the NEW ZSH 20 flexible shockmount fixture, the gooseneck microphone is provided with elastic suspension for desktop installation.
For more information, please go to www.beyerdynamic-usa.com.