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The Countryman EarSet microphone is a world-class vocal mic so unobtrusive it’s barely seen as it delivers high quality voice pickup, while rejecting surrounding noise and feedback. An ultra-miniature electret condenser element is held close to the mouth by a thin boom and comfortable earclip. The entire assembly weighs less than one-tenth ounce and virtually disappears against the skin, so performers forget they’re even wearing a mic. The omnidirectional element is nearly immune to wind and breath pops, even when used without a windscreen, while the boom keeps it very close to the mouth for excellent isolation. FEATURES Unobtrusive Countryman EarSets are the smallest, lightest, and least visible head-worn microphones. Replaceable cables Only Countryman EarSets offer inexpensive cable replacement. With other microphones a worn cable requires purchasing a completely new mic. But with the E6i you can buy a replacement cable in advance and easily replace it in less than a minute. Versatile Soft, highly flexible boom is easily shaped right on the performer's face. Available in multiple skin-like colors. Changeable protective caps let you shape the frequency response for different situations or to match other microphones. Versions available for different speaking or singing styles, with up to 140 dB SPL capability. Quick-connect miniature 1 mm or optional 2 mm super rugged cables. Cables available for almost any wireless transmitter or phantom mic input providing 3 - 48 V. Rugged and Reliable
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course MUSB 3311 taught by Professor Ronalde.bowles during the Spring '08 term at Dallas Baptist.

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