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Audio-Technica BPHS1 Broadcast Stereo Headset

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Audio-Technica BPHS1 Broadcast Stereo Headset
Key Features
  • Closed Back Dynamic Headphone
  • Cardioid Boom Microphone
  • Wide Frequency Response
  • 1/4" Phone and XLR Connectors
The Audio-Technica BPHS1 Broadcast Stereo Headset is designed for monitoring and speech capturing for news broadcasts, direction, sports commentary and more. The BPHS1 features a closed-back circumaural headset that minimizes outside ambiance and provides high intelligibility. The attached boom microphone features a frequency response tailored for speech capturing. Its cardioid polar pattern minimizes off-axis noise and feedback. A 1/4" phone connection is featured for the headphones, and an XLR connection is provided for the mic.
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Audio-Technica BPHS1 Overview

The Audio-Technica BPHS1 Broadcast Stereo Headset is designed for monitoring and speech capturing for news broadcasts, direction, sports commentary and more. The BPHS1 features a closed-back circumaural headset that minimizes outside ambiance and provides high intelligibility. The attached boom microphone features a frequency response tailored for speech capturing. Its cardioid polar pattern minimizes off-axis noise and feedback. A 1/4" phone connection is featured for the headphones, and an XLR connection is provided for the mic.

Microphone features polar pattern and frequency response tailored for natural, highly intelligible vocal reproduction
Closed-back circumaural ear cups help seal out crowd noise and other background distractions
Neodymium magnets in microphone and headphones for high output level & detailed sound reproduction
Rugged design with user-replaceable cable and ear pads
Cardioid pickup pattern of the dynamic microphone rejects off-axis sounds
Boom-mounted microphone can be positioned on the left or right side
Adjustable cushioned headband and lightweight design for long-wearing comfort
3-pin XLRM-type connector for microphone, 1/4" phone 3-conductor for headphones
UPC: 042005159369

Audio-Technica BPHS1 Specs

Headphone
Earpiece Design
Over-Ear (Circumaural), Closed-Back
Number of Earpieces
Dual Earpiece
Driver Type
Dynamic
Impedance
65 Ohms
Performance
Frequency Response
20 Hz to 20 kHz
Sensitivity
100 dB
Maximum Power Handling
1600 mW
Microphone
Microphone Type
Dynamic
Pickup Pattern
Cardioid (Unidirectional)
Frequency Response
40 Hz to 20 kHz
Sensitivity
-57 dB1.4 mV
Impedance
560 Ohms
Wired Connectivity
Audio Connector
1/4"
XLR 3-Pin
Physical
Weight
9.3 oz / 264 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.245 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
10.35 x 7.7 x 3.75"

Audio-Technica BPHS1 Reviews

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I have a BPHS1 that came with an 4 pin XLR female ...

I have a BPHS1 that came with an 4 pin XLR female cable. I'm trying to get it to run into a Zoom H6 handy recorder. Is there an adapter that can do 4 pin XLR male to 3 pin XLR male for use with the Zoom? Will I be able to record with the microphone and hear through the headphones?
Asked by: Carl
The 4-pin version of the broadcast headset is for a communications system. The best and most cost effective solution is to change out the cable with the appropriate model, which is the Audio-Technica BPCB1 Replacement Cable for BPHS1, BH #AUBPCB1. The headphone connection would then need to be adapted for the Zoom H6, with a Hosa Technology GMP112 Male Stereo 3.5mm Mini to Female Stereo 1/4" Phone Adapter, BH #HOASMMSPF.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2022-12-18

How do I set up Audio-Technica BPHS1 with ...

How do I set up Audio-Technica BPHS1 with Rodecaster Pro and a Mac for Zoom calls?
Asked by: ELENA
What Lisa said about connecting the headset to the RodeCaster Pro is correct. When you've done that and connected it to the computer via USB you may also need to go into the Zoom preferences and make sure it's using the Rodecaster for sound input and output. In the Audio section of the prefs there's a Speaker section and a Microphone section. Make sure both of those are set to the Rodecaster and click the two Test buttons to make sure everything's working.
Answered by: Seth
Date published: 2020-12-14

Can I use it with a usb cable?

Can I use it with a usb cable?
Asked by: Lyuba
No. This headset has no USB capibilities.
Answered by: James Cruz
Date published: 2020-11-02

Does the headset have some sort of mute button?

Does the headset have some sort of mute button?
Asked by: Alejandro
No, there is mute button on this headset
Answered by: james
Date published: 2020-07-01

Help! I want to connect my BPHS to my MacBook pro ...

Help! I want to connect my BPHS to my MacBook pro for Zoom meetings. What do I need to get the microphone in and the earphones out? Do I need a pre-amplifier?
Asked by: Robert
The broadcast headset should be used with an audio interface, such as the Focusrite Scarlett Solo 2x2 USB Audio Interface (3rd Generation), B&H # FOSCARSOLO3G. The audio interface would have a mic-pre-amp to accept the male XLR mic output from the headset, and a headphone output for the 1/4-inch stereo connector.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2020-06-26

question

Hello, can I use this headset for recording songs as a singer using either an Android cellphone or an iPad? Thank you in advance.
Asked by: PRATYUSH
This headset will not connect to a mobile phone.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

How is ambient noise pickup on the Mic? I would ...

How is ambient noise pickup on the Mic? I would like to use this for a Live Broadcast in a very noisy environment and would not like to pickup the ambient noise.
Asked by: Chad
We use BPHS1 for our sports broadcast. It works perfect. You can check the youtube link here to here the commentator voice. The commentator was sitting next to the court. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUEhTBsPi8k
Answered by: Eric
Date published: 2022-06-07

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I have a technical question, I'm hoping you can help. - I own a Zoom H5. - I have just purchased the BPHS1 - I want to record Skype interviews (for my podcast) but am a little unsure on how to configure Zoom to achieve this. From my Mac, I have a cable that goes from the audio out, into the TRS input #2 on the H5 - to record my guest's voice. My headset/mic will be plugged into the XLR input #1 on the H5 - to record my voice. What do I need to do, to be able to HEAR my guest's voice? Is there anything in particular I need to configure on the H5?
Asked by: Matthew T.
The scenario you are describing requires the routing of audio in a way that is a bit more complex, and would best be served by using a mixer and audio interface. Connect the BPHS1 into a mixer like the Alto ZMX862 Zephyr. Take AUX SEND 1 out and plug it into input 1 of an audio interface like the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 USB Audio Interface (2nd Generation). With regards to the skype audio in your computer, Take the master out of the audio interface and plug it into a stereo channel of the alto mixer. Now that all of the audio is in the mixer, take the master output and plug it into your Zoom H5 to record .
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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