Enabling outstanding sound in acoustically-challenging spaces can be very tricky. Choosing the proper microphones makes everything easier. The right mics can minimize potential problems before they pop up and guarantee customer satisfaction after project close. Whatever the setting, DPA supercardioid gooseneck mics combine controlled directionality with excellent rejection of background noise into an elegant mic solution for even the most difficult space.
A gooseneck microphone is a microphone element mounted onto a flexible gooseneck stand rather than on a cable. These mics have a flexible shaft that can be adjusted, allowing the microphone to be positioned in the best possible location for sound. Sometimes the mic is placed on a fully adjustable gooseneck, at other times only the top and bottom are adjustable.
Gooseneck mics are popular for use on podiums, table stands and floor stands, and sometimes the ceiling. Goosenecks come in a wide variety of lengths and they can be adjusted by the speaker quickly and easily. Often these types of mics are permanent solutions that are integrated into a podium or table but moveable options are also available.
The newest gooseneck solution, the d:sign™ 4097 CORE Supercardioid Choir Mic is an unobtrusive, versatile and great sounding choir mic for use in houses of worship as well as for live broadcast shows with choir or ensemble vocal performances.
One of the main reasons for choosing a gooseneck microphone is to get very close to the sound source, which is the ideal placement for a mic. This close placement ensures that you get a high ratio of wanted sound versus unwanted sound from, for example, reflections from a poorly acoustical damped room.
DPA Microphones offers gooseneck microphones for a wide range of uses. The mics ensure a smooth project and a satisfied customer by providing:
- Maximum speech intelligibility regardless of acoustical environment
- High gain before feedback means fewer speaker placement issues
- Rejection of mobile phone interference
- Consistent sound from every microphone, every time