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The black d:screet SC4098 Supercardioid Podium Microphone, 75cm, Top & Bottom Gooseneck with MicroDot Hardwire Connector from DPA lends itself to a host of applications such as a hanging mic, a floor mic, or a wireless podium solution. The mic offers high-speech intelligibility and clarity of voice, and it provides a linear, natural sound combined with a Scandinavian design and a nice visual look.
This microphone is designed around a d:screet miniature microphone capsule and interference tube technology. The controlled capsule's directional characteristic provides a high rejection of background noise and radio-frequency interference.
Furthermore, this series of miniature microphones works with all leading wireless mic solutions such as Lectrosonics, Sennheiser, Shure, Sony, and more. Find the adapter that fits your system (sold separately). Your stage setup is more flexible than ever.
The SC4098 Supercardioid Podium Microphone is available in many variants. It comes in either black or white, with either an XLR or a MicroDot termination, and in five lengths ranging from 6 to 48"(16 to 122cm).
Flexible Adapter System
The adapters for wireless systems give you flexible, simple, and affordable possibilities. You are no longer bound to one wireless system. As circumstances change, you can just switch your adapter, instead of incurring the cost of a whole new microphone. And when you make the switch, you won't hear any loss or change in sound quality.
In the Box
DPA Microphones d:screet SC4098 Supercardioid Podium Microphone, 75cm, Top & Bottom Gooseneck with MicroDot Hardwire Connector (Black)
Limited 2-Year Warranty
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Principle of Operation
20 Hz to 20 kHz ± 2 dB, 20 cm (7.9 in) distance: 80 Hz - 15 kHz with 3 dB diffuse field boost at 8-15 kHz
Nominal, ± 3 dB at 1 kHz: 16 mV/Pa; -36 dB re. 1 V/Pa