Voice Technologies VT500-0015 Microphone
Voice Technologies VT500-0015 Microphone, The black Voice Technologies VT500 (3.5mm Mini Connector) is a durable omnidirectional lavalier condenser microphone optimized for speech reproduction in theater, broadcast, television, and video production. The omnidirectional polar pattern picks up sound from all directions and its 40 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response has a slight high-frequency boost to enhance vocal clarity.
The injection-molded body is shockproof and protected from RF interference. The flexible 5’ cable provides isolation from noise caused by material rubbing against it. The included windscreen reduces wind noise and the supplied clips enable versatile mounting configurations. The Voice Tecnologies VT500-0015 Microphone includes a waterproof carrying case.
Voice Technologies VT500-0015 Microphone Specifications
1/8″ (3.5mm) mini connector for Sennheiser EW series transmitters
Wired for Sennheiser EW Series
• Wide Flat Frequency Response
The lavalier features a wide, flat frequency response for transparent signal reproduction
• Omnidirectional Polar Pattern
The omnidirectional pattern provides pick up from all around the microphone’s capsule
• RF Suppression Filter
Radio-frequency noise is suppressed via an internal RF filter
• Flexible Mounting Options
A variety of mounting clips are included for versatility in attachment methods
What does it mean and what advantages a lavalier microphone?
Also known as lapel microphone, the lavalier microphone is ideal for television, sound reinforcement applications, radio and film applications, as well as similar uses requiring a small, professional-quality microphone. All microphones in this category are extremely easy to carry, light and discreet.
Omnidirectional Polar Pattern?
Omni-directional micros have a constant sensitivity response, which means that it captures all the sounds regardless of the direction from where they arrive. Its main drawback is that, by capturing everything, they capture both what we want and what not: noise from the environment, acoustic reflections, etc. It is a type of microphone more used in radio than on television, because it makes it possible to place several people around a single microphone.