In 2006, beyerdynamic presented the first microphone with its patented Revoluto technology that was integrated with both horizontal array microphone capsules.
At InfoCommn 2015 in Orlando, beyerdynamic introduced the newly developed vertical array microphone. With the vertical array, a horizontal corridor characteristic is created (horizontal cardioid, vertical lobar). This gives the speaker even more freedom of movement to the left and right. It is also possible that two participants share one microphone, or to record several people at video conferences. Due to the vertical lobar polar pattern, the gain before feedback is optimized for ceiling systems.
The new Revoluto microphones are part of the Classis RM 30/31 series of products, and are available in two variants — a 3-pin XLR (phantom powered) version that is great for any installed application, and a 5-pin version that is compatible with the microphone units of the Orbis conference system.
The flexibility of the vertical array microphone makes it a great option for any application — it can be used in classrooms, boardrooms, courtrooms, podiums, and tele/video conferences. Both variants make optimum use of the benefits of Revoluto technology, and products with horizontal or vertical array patterns can be used based on the request for design, room acoustics and PA system.