DPA Microphones showcases the latest updates for its d:screet™ Miniature Microphone line, including the new d:screet™ Necklace Mic, heavy-duty d:screet™ 4060 and 4061 Omnidirectional Mics, and d:screet™ Omnidirectional Mics with reinforced cable relief, at the 137th AES Convention (Booth 1109). The expansion of the d:screet Miniature Mic Series is in direct response to increasing market demands for a variety of solid workhorses that deliver superb sound under challenging conditions.
The new d:screet™ Omnidirectional Miniature Necklace Microphone
addresses an industry need for a mic that can be mounted and removed quickly several times by untrained talent without a sound expert nearby. Especially useful for instances when mounting and consistent audio output are the primary requirements, the d:screet™ Necklace Mic is ideal for situations requiring quick costume changes
. Featuring DPA’s legendary d:screet™ 4061 Omnidirectional Miniature Capsule
in a soft rubber necklace, the d:screet Necklace Mic offers fast, repeatable, “do-it-yourself” mounting and is designed specifically for use by non-technicians. It is available in black, white and brown and in lengths of either 18.3 or 20.9 inches.
Additionally, the d:screet™ Omnidirectional Miniature Microphones’ heavy-duty and reinforced cable relief solutions offer high-quality sound with a highly-durable housing and cable. Incorporated on all d:screet Miniature Microphones, the robust strain relief ensures that users who are not used to handling miniatures can feel reassured by the increased reliability. The heavy-duty 4060
and 4061 microphones
, which are ideal for those who require even more enhanced security and for whom the visual appeal is of less importance, are perfect for placement in rigorous production situations, such as incorporated into a combat suit for a fight scene or under a horse saddle in a period piece. It features stainless steel housing, sturdy cable relief and a thicker .08-inch cable. Both enhanced models are exceptionally durable and ideally suited to the rigors of various productions.