DPA to debut new d:fine headset mic at PL+S

Forming part of its recently introduced 6000 series of tiny, high-end pro audio microphone capsules, the d:fine CORE 6066 is one size fits all, and is ideal for performers who wish to incorporate rigorous dance routines into their set
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DPA Microphones will showcase its new d:fine CORE 6066 subminiature headset microphone at Prolight+Sound 2019.

Forming part of its recently introduced 6000 series of tiny, high-end pro audio microphone capsules, the d:fine CORE 6066 is one size fits all, and is secure due to a three point spring mechanism that helps it grip below and over the ears, as well as behind the ear.

With a fully adjustable boom and a redesigned cable attachment that allows the cable to run down the wearer’s back, it’s ideal for performers who want to incorporate rigorous dance routines into their set.

Measuring just three millimetres in diameter, 6000 series capsules are 60 per cent smaller than the company’s existing 4000 series, but equal in power as they all incorporate ‘CORE by DPA’ amplification technology that reduces distortion and increases dynamic range. The 6000 series also includes the d:screet CORE 6060 and 6061 subminiature microphones that can be fitted to clothes in the form of a virtually invisible lavalier.

Another product being presented at the show is the d:vote 4099 instrument microphone. Designed for use with every woodwind and acoustical instrument, the most popular being guitar, violin, cello and trumpet/saxophone, the d:vote 4099 is known for its discreet size, its mounting/clip options and its usefulness in a wide range of applications, from studio and theatre to live performance and broadcast. The new version also has a more streamlined design that features a foam cover to help decrease vulnerability to wind or movement during a performance.

DPA will complete is Prolight+Sound line up with its d:facto vocal microphone range, which includes a linear version for sound engineers who want to design the complete sound pattern and create their own unique sound.

The entire range will be on show at booth 8:J80, which DPA is sharing with its new parent company RCF.

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