The beige 6066 CORE from DPA is a subminiature lightweight omnidirectional headset microphone with an advanced, fully adjustable, stainless steel headset mechanism. The barely noticeable, dual-ear design offers a very comfortable wearing experience for presenters and performers while the tiny 3mm mic capsule provides broadcast-quality sound up to the demanding standards of theater, TV, and live event professionals
The 6066 fits the wearer by using 3-point ear grips with spring mechanisms that grip comfortably above and below the ears and to the side of the head for added security. The 2-way adjustable boom system—length and height—features an anti-rotate mechanism that makes it easy to position the tiny 3mm mic capsule for optimal sound quality. A sliding lock mechanism secures the boom positioning. In addition, the 90° cable management system safeguards the cable from stress and directs it down the wearer's back, where it can't be seen.
DPA's CORE technology is at the heart of the electret-condenser capsule, providing an ultralow noise floor and wide dynamic range, even though this capsule is 60% smaller than comparable DPA models. With an SPL rating of 144 dB, the microphone is more than capable of handling loud speakers, vocalists, and presenters to deliver clean, transparent, and reliable sound for critical performances and presentations.
The 6066 CORE is powered by 5 to 10V plug-in power from a wireless microphone transmitter and features a modular design using a Microdot output connector. This version includes a TA4F adapter compatible with Shure transmitters. A foam windscreen, protective cover, makeup cover, and carrying case are also included.
Modular System Featuring Microdot Connector with TA4F Adapter
- Shure: Works with Shure transmitters equipped with a TA4M connector, including the AD1, ADX1, AXT100TA4M, BLX1, GLXD1, MXW1, PGXD1, QLXD1, SLX1, SLXD1, ULX1, and ULXD1. Also supports Line 6 and TOA transmitters
- The modular design allows you to adapt the 6066's Microdot connector to a wide variety of transmitters simply by purchasing the compatible adapter—saving you the expense of buying another microphone
- Optional XLR adapter: The DAD6001 Microdot to 3-pin XLR adapter (available separately) allows you to power the 6066 from 12 or 48V phantom power for wired applications