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DPA Showcases a Full Range of Microphones at AES Warsaw 2015
A complete range of microphones will be showcased by DPA Microphones at the 138th AES convention, which takes place in Warsaw, Poland, from 7-9 May 2015.
In conjunction with its Polish distributor Audiostacjia, DPA will show its latest products for the high-end broadcast market, including the d:facto interview microphone, which features the new d:facto 2006V omnidirectional capsule and gives presenters and reporters all the voice clarity, linearity and low noise characteristics they could desire, and especially an exceptional insensitivity to wind. Also new is the d:fine in-ear broadcast headset microphone, which combines the exceptional sound quality of a DPA microphone with a state of the art broadcast in-ear monitoring solution and is ideal for television hosts and guests who use in-ear monitors to communicate with their producers backstage.
DPA will also highlight its popular body-worn range, which is ideally suited to applications where microphones need to be hidden from view or mounted discreetly on headsets so that artists can move freely. Among the latest additions to the range is the d:screet omnidirectional miniature necklace microphone – a cleverly designed mic that houses the legendary d:screet 4061 omnidirectional miniature capsule in a soft rubber necklace that can be mounted by non-technical people repeatedly. Also on show will be d:screet miniature microphones in lavalier configurations and d:fine headset microphones, which are internationally acclaimed for their superior sound quality and durability.
For the conference and AV Installation market, DPA will show d:screet miniature podium microphone – an elegant, directional microphone based on DPA's renowned miniature microphones. With its special interference tube technology, exceptional directivity and off-axis rejection, this microphone is ideal for speech applications, even in poor acoustic environments.
DPA's Podium range also includes the d:dicate podium microphones that incorporate modular capsules from DPA's d:dicate recording microphones, which are acclaimed for their exceptional linear frequency responses, high SPL and superior gain before feedback. By combining state-of-the-art capsules with modular active booms and floor stands, DPA customers can access the precise high quality microphone for their needs.
DPA will complete its AES Warsaw line up with a range of instrument and vocal microphones, including the ever popular d:vote 4099 instrument microphone range and the award-winning d:facto vocal microphone.
Perfect for PA amplification and live recording, d:vote 4099 instrument microphones are tiny, elegant, rugged and extremely durable. Developed in consultation with professional musicians, the d:vote 4099 range brings out the unique sound characteristics of individual instruments to deliver the most faithful reproduction possible. A variety of instrument clips are available, making this a truly versatile microphone from rock to classical musicians in both live sound and broadcast applications.
Equally popular is DPA's hand held d:facto vocal microphone, which delivers an extraordinarily natural sound, superb definition and extreme SPL handling. Now the vocal microphone of choice for artists such as Sting, Stevie Wonder, Ellie Goulding and Paloma Faith, the d:facto is also first choice amongst broadcasters who want their live music programming to deliver true studio sound quality.
Due to the modularity of its design the same d:facto microphone head can be employed for both wired and wireless use, which means performers are free to choose the configuration that best suits their needs. They can also choose their preferred wireless system because DPA's state of the art adapters allow d:facto vocal microphones to integrate seamlessly with brands such as Sony, Lectrosonics, Shure, Wisycom and Sennheiser.
24th April 2015
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