The DPA Compact Series miniature microphones incorporate some of the finest DPA manufactured capsules with an ultra-small thick-film mounted FET-preamplifier. The end result is a series of microphones designed for crucial capturing in recording and live sound reinforcement applications, with a small profile ideal for intricate mounting scenarios such as hanging. All Compact Series microphones feature a 10-foot (3m) cable with a hardwired or removable Lemo connector depending on the microphone model.
The DPA 4027 wide-cardioid capsule features a hardwired, side-exit cable that is ideal for applications that require instrument mounting or angled suspended mounting. The wide-cardioid polar pattern ensures a generous on-axis pick up area while rejecting off-axis audio and noise. The 4027 is an ideal microphone for speech capturing for conferences, presentations and more.
4027 Utilizes 4015-TL Capsule
The 4027 miniature capsule utilizes the identical capsule found in the 4015-TL microphone. The 4027 features a wide-cardioid capsule, ideal for capturing speech.
Compact, Miniature Profile
The miniature design is attributed to the built-in ultra-small, thick-film mounted FET-preamplifier.
Hardwired, Side-Exit Cable
The 4027 features a hardwired, side-exit cable that is ideal for instrument mounting or capturing audio signal while suspended at an angle.
Pristine Audio Fidelity
The overall frequency and sensitivity response result in pristine audio fidelity with very low noise.
In the Box
DPA Microphones 4027 Compact Series Wide-Cardioid Microphone with Hard Wired Cable (Side Exit)
SM4000 Suspension Mount
1 Year Warranty
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Pressure, Prepolarized condenser Type DMM0058
On-axis: 40 Hz - 20 kHz +/-2dB
Dynamic Range (Typical)
not specified by manufacturer
Typ. 20 dB(A)
Maximum Input Sound Level
145 dB SPL peak
48V Phantom Power
3-pin XLR-M cable termination
Low Frequency Roll-Off
2.80 x .74" (71 x 19mm) (Length x Diameter)
33 g (without cable)
DPA Microphones 4027 Compact Series Wide-Cardioid Microphone Review