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Countryman E6 Omnidirectional Earset Mic, Standard Gain with Detachable 2mm Cable and 3.5mm Connector for Digital Recorders (Tan)

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Countryman E6 Omnidirectional Earset Mic, Standard Gain with Detachable 2mm Cable and 3.5mm Connector for Digital Recorders (Tan)
Key Features
  • For Stage, Theater, and Broadcast TV
  • Fits Digital Voice Recorders
  • Detachable 2mm Diameter Cable
  • Headroom for General Speaking
The tan E6 Omnidirectional Earset Mic, Standard Gain with Detachable 2mm Cable and 3.5mm Connector for Digital Recorders from Countryman is a vocal microphone with an adjustable boom that weighs less than one-tenth of an ounce. It can be used on either ear for capturing audio and rejecting unwanted sound, feedback, or surrounding noise from stage monitors or nearby speakers in houses of worship, theater, and outdoor vocal and speech applications.
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Expected availability: Jan 03, 2022
$369.00
$62/mo. suggested payments
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