DPA Microphones : d:fine™ In-Ear Broadcast Headset Microphone

d:fine™ In-Ear Broadcast Headset Microphone

The latest addition to our d:fine™ range of Headset Microphones, adds in-ear communication to our industry-leading capsules and remarkably comfortable design.

  • Mic and in-ear monitor integrated in one unique solution
  • Easy to mount with minimum cable clutter
  • Minimalistic form factor
  • Legendary microphone capsule technology and sound quality

Industry-leading sound quality

With very low noise and extremely high sensitivity, d:fine In-Ear Broadcast Headset Mics deliver the clearest, most transparent and natural sound available today on the headset market. The mics effortlessly handle up to 144 dB peak before clipping. And due to their exquisite linear response, low distortion and extremely broad dynamic range, they sound great no matter what the application.

An easy fit in a versatile package

The days of broadcast hosts having to fiddle with two parallel systems – one for the mic and one for in-ear communication – are over. Welcome to fantastically natural sound reproduction from our proprietary capsule, crystal-clear in-ear communication, great fit and integrated convenience – all in one good-looking headset.

The in-ear drivers allow no audio leakage to the microphone capsule, and are easily driven due to their high sensitivity. Two sizes of ear-pads are included to fit most ears.

The cable steer, located at the headset mount, controls the cable run down the neck, so you can easily adjust the headset mount size, and even create a “camera blind” side by choosing between left and right orientations.

Flexibility and wireless adaptability meet great fit

DPA’s spring steel construction integrates the cable within the ear-hook to mount quickly and comfortably around virtually any ear size.

With a wide selection of accessories and adapters, d:fine headsets are ready to perform no matter what your application or audio ecosystem demands.

The In-Ear Broadcast Headset Microphone comes with our versatile MicroDot connector for the mic and a mini-jack for the in-ear driver. Adapters are available to fit most professional wireless systems.

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