UniDirectional Boundary Microphone

UniDirectional Boundary Microphone

$307.00

Unidirectional Boundary Microphone Audio-Technica® Boundary Microphone for MicVIEW
• Assignable switch for operation (on/off/mom) with 25 ft.

(7.6m) cable

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Product Description

Audio Technica

This is the suggested microphone for use with the Vaddio EasyMic Pro Mixer (UniDirectional Boundary Microphone ).

Unidirectional_Boundary_Mic Vaddio

Unidirectional_Boundary_Mic Vaddio

The UniDirectional Boundary Microphone is the perfect mic if you need a clear mic that can reach all around the room. The microphone features an activation switch that can be set (via a switch on the bottom of the microphone) to any of three operating modes: press-on/press-off, press-to-talk and press-to-mute. The microphone requires 11V to 52V phantom power for operation. The microphone should be placed on a flat, unobstructed mounting surface, with the front of the microphone facing the sound source. The sound source should not be below, or higher than 60° above, the plane of the mounting surface.

Key Features of the UniDirectional Boundary Microphone

UniDirectional Boundary Microphone Audio-Technica® Boundary Microphone for MicVIEW

  •  Assignable switch for operation (on/off/mom) with 25 ft. (7.6m) cable
  • Red LED when mic is on
  • Available interchangeable elements permit angle of acceptance
    from 100°to 360°
  • • Superior off-axis rejection for maximum gain before feedback




Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 6 x 12 in

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FAQs for UniDirectional Boundary Microphone

Q: Image width appears to be compressed (distorted aspect ratio) on the HaddleCam HD 18x demo video. Is this typical of this unit?
— Asked by Gerry King on May 1, 2014
A: The intro video was recorded in 1080p and the USB connection was recorded in 720p using Zoom.US. The camera is definitely capable of 1080p 60fps.
— paul0017

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