HEADSET AND EARSET MICROPHONES

The best sound is close to the source

Headworn microphones, whether on one ear – earset – or two ears – headset, are popular because of their ease of use, amazing sound and flexibility. Once placed on the performer, the microphone sits securely and unobtrusively close to the sound source and allows the user to move freely about without having to hold a microphone in  the hand or have a lavalier mic clipped on the shirt. Headworn mics remove the disadvantage of changing color of the sound as the head moves around.

Ear- and headset mics are commonly seen used in theaters, houses of worship, at conferences, on TV  broadcasts and many other events.

Our headsets and earsets

d:fine™

4066 Omni Headset Mic

This mic 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.
 

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4088 Directional Headset Mic

This is the industry standard in professional headset mics. It offers an open and natural sound making it ideal for both spoken word and vocal performance applications.
 

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d:fine™

4166/4266 Omni Flex Headset Mics

These earset and headset mics combine the legendary sound of the 4066 with the lightweight and flexible d:fine™ Headset system. This condenser mic is easy and fast to adjust and it offers clean and transparent sound quality.
 

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d:fine™

4188/4288 Directional Flex Headset Mics

Combining the legendary sound of the 4088 Directional Capsule with the lightweight and flexible d:fine™ Headset system, these mics are ideal for both spoken word and vocal performance applications.
 

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d:fine™

4266/4188/4288 Flex In-Ear Broadcast Headset Mics

This series of mics is the first broadcast solution that gives you uncompromising mic performance and convenient in-ear communication. No more fiddling with two parallel systems – one for the mic and one for in-ear communication.
 

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In operation, both the omni and directional headsets sound natural even before any equalization, and deliver impressive level without feedback, even when the user is positioned relatively close to a loudspeaker cluster.
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Godspeed: A Rock Opera calls on DPA to support extreme sound levels

I expected problems, but DPA’s d:fine™ Headsets provided 12 channels of pristine lead and background vocals. Many audience members believed we were running playback harmonies, but it was all live.
 
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...best of all, even microphone-apprehensive users were captured consistently and clear; hand a microphone to the same group of users, or stand them in front of a spot or a podium, and I guarantee the results won’t be that consistent or nearly as usable.
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How to mic speech on stage with headworn mics

When a singer performs on stage with a microphone, he typically has to contend with sounds radiating from musical instruments, monitor speakers and other sources.
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DPA's d:fine™ In-Ear Broadcast Headset Microphone delivers outstanding audio quality in a wearable form that’s as close as possible to being invisible. The DPA engineers didn’t scrimp on the in-ear monitor either. It provides clear, wide spectrum audio quality, and there is no leakage of sound to the microphone capsule.
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