Join DPA at the NAB Show 2016 and see all of our microphones for broadcast, film and much more at booth #C3336.
June 18: 9am - 6pm
June 19: 9am - 6pm
June 20: 9am - 6pm
June 21: 9am - 4pm
We will be showcasing two of our most popular broadcast microphones, the d:fine™ In-Ear Broadcast Headset Microphone
and d:facto™ Interview Microphone
at NAB 2016 (Booth 3336). When paired together, these microphones can be used simultaneously by a show host for guest interviews and audience commentary, while staying in connection with the backstage crew or off-site producers.
The d:fine™ In-Ear Broadcast Headset Microphone encompasses the best-in-class capsules and mechanical design that have catapulted DPA’s d:fine™ line of headset microphones into popularity. This microphone consists of two cables – microphone and in-ear – that run parallel to provide a sleek look. Two different sized ear pads are included and DPA has taken care to safeguard against audio leakage between the in-ear dividers and the microphone capsule. Capsules can be either omnidirectional or directional depending on need.
A customized fit is ensured for every user thanks to the steel spring construction at the ear hook for quick mounting and the adjustable cable to the integrated in-ear plug(s), able to be lengthened or shortened based on need. The headset mount size is easily altered and by choosing left or right ear orientation, it is possible to give the broadcast host a ‘camera blind’ side.
Featuring an omnidirectional 2006V capsule
, the d:facto™ Interview Microphone
’s sensitivity has been adjusted down 12 dB to accommodate the typical sensitivities that come with interview mics and wireless handles. The omnidirectional pattern is preferred for a handheld interview microphone due to less demanding precision in typical interview environments. Further, wind and handling noise is lowered by a rubber suspension mount built into the d:facto™ head.
Traditional broadcast interview microphones are typically wired or wireless, not both. The d:facto™ has the unique capability of using the same mic head in either application. This future-proofs the user’s investment in the microphone’s front-end technology as it adapts to professional wireless brands and new wireless standards.
Read more about The NAB Show 2016 here