Acoustic Magic Voice Tracker I Array Microphone (US Power)

Acoustic Magic Voice Tracker I Array Microphone (US Power)

Acoustic Magic Voice Tracker I Array Microphone (US Power)

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  • 100 Hz to 11.3 kHz Frequency Range
  • Automatic Vocal Tracking
  • Selectable Steering Limits
  • Two-Stage Noise Reduction Technology
  • 5-Position Light Indicator
  • Microphone Tilt Capabilities
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Acoustic Magic 101 Overview

  • 1Description

Featuring a frequency range of 100 Hz to 11.3 kHz, the Voice Tracker I Array from Acoustic Magic is a mountable microphone suitable for recording the audio of lectures—including any question-and-answer portions thereof. It secures this objective with a proprietary "listening beam" which aims to provide automatic vocal tracking by steering the microphone's path towards the location of the person speaking. The device features steering limits selectable between 90° and 180°, as well as LDS (Location Dependent Squelch) technology to reduce background noise and bring the loudest speaker to the forefront of the recording. This version of the Voice Tracker I comes with a US power supply.

Position Lights
A five-element green position light lets you know where the "listening beam" is pointing in real-time, allowing you to make sure you're getting signal from the right portions of the room.
Noise Reduction
Two-stage noise reduction technology helps bring the voices of main speakers to the forefront.
Microphone Tilt Capabilities
The Array Voice Tracker features a tilting mechanism to help with mounting on desktops, monitor-tops, ceilings, or walls
Useful Includes
This microphone comes with a 6' plug & play output cable and an external power supply
UPC: 794504147230
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Acoustic Magic Voice Tracker I Array Microphone (US Power)
  • 6' 3.5mm Plug & Play Output Cable
  • US Power Supply
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Acoustic Magic 101 Specs

    Analog Performance
    Frequency Range 100 Hz to 11.25 kHz
    Impedance 500 Ohms
    Operating Current Consumption 400 mA
    Length 18" / 45.72 cm
    Weight 2.5 lbs / 1.13 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.465 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.3 x 4.7 x 4.15"

    Acoustic Magic 101 Reviews

    Voice Tracker I Array Microphone (US Power) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Large conference room application Have it mounted on ceiling (took metal base plate off and attached to ceiling with wires) in a 24' X 35' room. We are using Skype to make the call and run the other parties voice through a surround speaker system. I have tried other mic's and this by far is the best. We speak at normal volume and it picks up almost everything. Used to receive complaints they could not hear the speaker and now have received almost no complaints. I highly recommend this product. I have it plugged into a Windows 7 PC, using an Andrea USB adapter. No additional software needed.
    Date published: 2012-07-25
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    will the Acoustic Magic Voice Tracker I Array Microphone record to a Zoom H4N Pro if connected directly to it? If so, what is the proper connection set up to make this work. I connected mine to the H4N but there was a volume problem, I am afraid I will need to purchase a special connector for the xlr input and I do not know which one I will need. thank you.
    Asked by: stephen p.
    Connect this microphone via the recorder's 3.5mm Mini stereo phone jack.
    Answered by: Mark S.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    Does this come with a UK adapter?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Thi item is sold as a 120VAC 60hZ product only.
    Answered by: Mark S.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    I am interested in your B&H # ACVTIAM. I have already installed the Pyle Home Audio PAMP1000 160 Watt Stereo Power Amplifier. Question #1 is there a way to make this product wireless and if not are there adapters to convert it from the 1/8 plug to those on the amplifier?Thanks
    Asked by: Anonymous
    This microphone must be connected to a component that offers a microphone input and supplies plug-in power for the microphone. The Pyle Audio amplifier supplies neither.
    Answered by: Mark S.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    Our audio connection (to a PC) would have to be about 25 feet. Will that be a problem?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    A cord is utilized to connct the mic to the video camera. So it shouldn't be a problem if your cord is long enough. Mine is more than 25 ft long. The sound quality is amazing!
    Answered by: WEXLER B.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    Will this work into a traditional mixer? If so, is the array then managed via a PC?
    Asked by: raymond k.
    The Voice Tracker I features a standard analog mic output jack on a 1/8 connection. This can be used directly with a computer mic input or via USB with the optional adapter. ( included free with this package ).The unit can be used with a mixer as well by using an adapter such as the Kopul XLR to Mini adapter. The functionality of the mic is handled automatically and via physical switches on the unit itself. No software is offered or required.
    Answered by: Jeff P.
    Date published: 2018-08-28
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