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PRO AUDIO 396 Installed Sound – Microphones


C562cm


Ceiling Mountable Miniature Microphone


Hemispherical omni-directional polar pattern and high frequency and sensitivity response.


#AKC562CM ....................................................................299.00 UA851A UniPoint Boundary Microphone


Cardioid pattern, plus the UA851’s capsules are interchangeable, omni-directional and hyper-cardioid polar patterns are available. The output connection features a pivot motion for easy installation on flat surfaces. #AUU851A ......................................................................219.95


PRO-49Q


Cardioid Condenser Quick-mount Gooseneck Microphone


• Measures 13.07” • XLR base enables quick connection and release to any XLR mic input


#AUPRO49Q........................................................89.95 U859QL


UniPoint Series Cardioid Quick-Mount 18” Gooseneck Mic


XLR male output connector at the base, optimized frequency response, UniGuard shielding, UniSteep filter and interchangeable elements.


#AUU859QL.......................................................129.95 U853R


UniPoint Series Cardioid Condenser Hanging Mic


Same as the U853A except it can be powered by 11-52v phantom power or 1.5v AA battery.


In Black (AUU853R) or White (AUU853RW)....169.00 PRO-44 Hemi-Cardioid Condenser Boundary Mic


Hemi-cardioid (half-space cardioid) condenser boundary microphone with an integral power module (for non-permanent installations).


#AUPRO44.........................................................................94.00 UA851R UniPoint Boundary Microphone


Optimized for speech, the UA851R features a frequency response curve, designed to enhance intelligibility of speech. Cardioid pattern and pivot motion for easy installation on flat surfaces. #AUU851R.......................................................................179.00


U857QL Gooseneck Mic with Cardioid Capsule


UniGuard shielding rejects RF interference. UniSteep filtering reduces low frequency noise. Interchangeable hyper-cardioid and omnidirectional capsules are available as options.


#AUU857QL...................................................179.95 Pro 45 Cardioid Hanging Condenser Mic


Vinyl coated steel hanger allows inconspicuous it positioning over a choir, orchestra, stage, etc. 25’ cable permanently attached between mic and XLRM-type connector.


#AUPRO45 ..............................................79.95 SCU250 Low-Profile Cardioid Boundary Mic


Non-glare, heavy copper enclosure features mounting screws at the base for hanging. Has 26’ XLR cable. Runs on 9-52v phantom power.


#BOSCU250.....................................................................127.99


www.BandH.com U841A Unipoint Boundary Condenser Microphone


Omnidirectional mic designed for highly intelligible sound reinforcement, professional recording, television and conferencing in surface-mount applications. Accurately reproduces audio at 360°.


#AUU841A............................................219.99 U891R UniPoint Condenser Boundary Mic


Half-cardioid polar pattern provides a generous pick up at the top and perimeter sections. Heavy die-cast case and silicon foam bottom pads minimize vibration and surface noise.


#AUU851R.......................................................................179.00 AT808G Dynamic Sub-Cardioid Gooseneck Mic


Designed for use as a quality talk-back mic. Custom tailored frequency response allows the users voice to be understood in environments with excessive ambient noise such as restaurants and factories.


#AUAT808G..................................................106.99


U853A


UniPoint Series Cardioid Condenser Hanging Mic


Flexible steel suspension hanger wraps around the ceiling suspended cable and capsule. Features interchangeable capsules, UniSteep Filter and RFI shielding. Phantom power only. (#AUU853A)......199.00


DDU250 Desktop Dynamic Gooseneck Mic


Features deskotp base, 16” flexible gooseneck, cardioid polar pattern and Push-to-Lock and Push-to-Talk function.


#BODDU250 ....................................143.99


GDU150 Dynamic Gooseneck Microphone


16” long, it features cardioid polar pattern, integrated XLR connection and has an internal, multi-layer windscreen that minimizes pop and breath noise.


#BOGDU150 .............................................................63.95


U7 USB Boundary Condenser Recording Mic


Omnidirectional polar pattern effectively captures audio at all angles. USB output for direct connection to Windows and Mac computers.


#CAU7 ....................................Call or Log-on


MB3


Surface-Mount Boundary Mic Completely flush mounted and remains unobtrusive and low-profile. Half-super-cardioid polar pattern. Fequency response is devised to accentuate the range of the human voice. #CRMB3Q..............................................179.00


PZM185 Herisphereical (Half Omni) Boundary


Condenser Mic Excellent clarity with consistent pickup anywhere around the mic. Output is balanced, low impedance, which allows long cable runs.


#CRPZM185 ....................................................................199.00


PCC-160 Phase Coherent Cardioid Mic


Industry standard stage mic with half super-cardioid pattern.Frequency response of 50-18kHz provides accurate signal reproduction. “Bass Tilt” switch further reduces low frequency noise.


#CRPCC160.........................................................Call or Log-on


PZM-30D Large Pressure Zone Boundary


Hemispherical pattern with low frequency roll-off. Wide frequency response features switchable contouring. Has screw mounting terminals.


#CRPZM30D ....................................................................349.00


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