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DPA Microphones d:fine 66 2-Ear Omnidirectional Headset Microphone and 110mm Boom with TA4F Hardwired Connector for Shure Wireless Transmitters (Black)

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DPA Microphones d:fine 66 2-Ear Omnidirectional Headset Microphone and 110mm Boom with TA4F Hardwired Connector for Shure Wireless Transmitters (Black)
Key Features
  • Minimal Visual Impact
  • Omnidirectional Polar Pattern
  • 20 Hz to 20 kHz Frequency Range
  • 4.3" (110mm) Boom
The black d:fine 66 2-Ear Omnidirectional Headset Microphone and 110mm Boom with TA4F Hardwired Connector for Shure Wireless Transmitters by DPA Microphones is designed for capturing professional audio. It is used in various environments for applications such as singers, public speakers, actors, musicians, and broadcast professionals. It features the DPA 4066 capsule, which is omnidirectional with a frequency range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz. This microphone offers accurate and natural voice intelligibility, and has high SPL capabilities.
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DPA Microphones 4266 Overview

The black d:fine 66 2-Ear Omnidirectional Headset Microphone and 110mm Boom with TA4F Hardwired Connector for Shure Wireless Transmitters by DPA Microphones is designed for capturing professional audio. It is used in various environments for applications such as singers, public speakers, actors, musicians, and broadcast professionals. It features the DPA 4066 capsule, which is omnidirectional with a frequency range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz. This microphone offers accurate and natural voice intelligibility, and has high SPL capabilities.

The d:fine 66 headset microphone is built with a 110mm boom and is featured with a 2-ear mount, designed to fit any head and ear size. Just by rotating the boom and the earhook, the microphone can be moved from left to right ear. This headset includes a 4.1' cable and terminates in a TA4F connector. A carry box, cable clip, soft boost grid, and 3 additional windscreens are included.

Users can adjust the d:fine headset for left or right ear placement
Service connector splits the cable from the microphone boom and allows for quick exchange of cable lengths/colors/connectors
Allows you to both speak and sing into the microphone with no hint of distortion
Ear mount is designed to fit any head and ear size
Omnidirectional 2-ear headset microphone offers natural voice intelligibility and very high SPL handling

DPA Microphones 4266 Specs

Polar PatternOmnidirectional
Principle of OperationPressure
Cartridge TypePre-polarized condenser element with vertical diaphragm
Frequency Range20 Hz to 20 kHz
Soft-Boost Grid: 20 Hz to 20 kHz ±2 dB, 3 dB soft boost at 8 to 20 kHz
Optional High-Boost Grid: 20 Hz to 20 kHz ±2 dB, 10 dB boost at 12 kHz
Sensitivity6 mV/Pa, -44 dB re. 1 V/Pa (nominal, ±3 dB at 1 kHz)
Equivalent Noise LevelA-Weighted:
Typical: 26 dBA re. 20 µPa
Maximum: 28 dBA

ITU-R BS.468-4:
Typical: 38 dB
Maximum: 40 dB
S/N Ratio68 dBA, 1 kHz at 1 Pa (94 dB SPL):
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)<1% THD up to 123 dB SPL peak
<1% THD up to 120 dB SPL RMS sine
Dynamic RangeTypical 97 dB
Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL)Peak Before Clipping: 144 dB
Output Impedance30 to 40 ohms
Cable Drive CapabilityUp to 984' (300 m)
ConnectorTA4F Hardwired
Temperature Range14 to 113°F (-10 to 45°C)
Relative HumidityUp to 90%
Cable Length4.1' (1.25 m)
Cable Diameter: 0.06" (1.6 mm)
Microphone Diameters0.20" (5 mm)
Length: 0.39" (10 mm)
WeightSingle Ear Microphone Boom: 0.035 oz (1 g)
Earhook: 0.035 oz (1 g)
Cable: 0.28 oz (8 g)
Total: 0.35 oz (10 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10 x 6 x 3"
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im looking for a Replacement Headset Microphone Cable for this microphone and though i find a few on this website, there are several different ones and i'm not sure which is the correct one, also not shown in accessories tab under this mic which is really strange?
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This should help with your DPA d:fine cable replacement. The cable you need is B&amp;H part number DPCH16F00. Also as you know DPA uses a Microdot Termination cable on this mic. So if your old Hirose connector is fine you can just reattach it. If not here is the B&amp;H part number to the microdot Hirose you will need. DPDAD6033
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Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does the microphone come with a case? If yes, is it a soft or hard case? If not, do you have a recommendation? Thanks.
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The DPA d:fine headsets ship in a padded zippered case. http://bit.ly/1nqWBtQ
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The picture shows a left side in-ear monitor (well, actually one in both ears). But, is it possible to only do this in the Right ear? Our pastor has a bad ear on the left side, and the one-monitor model seems to be on the left side.
Asked by: Patrick D.
It is no problem to go to the right ear. The wire that connects the 2 ear hooks swivel along with the boom so you can easily make it go to either side of the head.
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