DPA Microphones Brings Range of Audio Solutions to InfoComm 2016

dpa3-0516 DPA Microphones is showcasing its newly expanded line of d:vote Instrument Microphones with the addition of three new instrument mount options, the CM4099 Clamp Mount, the SM4099 Stand Mount and the AC4099 Clip for the Accordion, at InfoComm 2016 (Booth C9947). Also on display, will be a range of DPA’s proven miking solutions for the AV and Installation markets, including models from its d:dicate,  d:vote, d:screet, d:fine and d:facto product lines.

dpa1-0516“We’re really looking forward to showing the InfoComm crowd the new additions to the d:vote series and hope they will be just as excited about the rest of our ever evolving product line as we are,” says James Capparelle, Marketing Manager USA, DPA Microphones. “Visitors who stop by our booth will have the chance to hear a selection of DPA mics for themselves and will also discover how DPA can fit the needs of almost every install or live environment.”

dpa2-0516The new d:vote Instrument Microphone mounts complement the company’s ‘one microphone fits all’ approach, allowing one d:vote mic to be utilized across a multitude of different instruments by simply switching out the mount.DPA’s new CM4099 Clamp Mount is a clip that is designed as an all encompassing solution as it is used most commonly on music stands in a big band or orchestral application. The SM4099 Stand Mount makes it possible for musicians to mount the d:vote mic on a traditional microphone stand and provides stability. The AC4099 Clip for Accordion allows for two microphones to be mounted directly on the instrument — one at the left/right hand side and one at the base/treble area, providing a full and balanced mix. The complete line of available mounts and accessories are designed to be adaptable and easy to use, and feature a gentle casing to prevent damage to the instrument.

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