DPA Microphones d:sign Installation Solutions Series Targets AV and Conference Markets

DPA Microphones demo’ed its new d:sign Installation Solutions Series at InfoComm 2018. Targeted specifically at the installation and conference markets, the d:sign product line includes an array of products ideally designed for conference and AV applications, including floor stand, ceiling and tabletop microphones. Also at InfoComm, DPA will introduce its spec-swap and protect program as well as its on-site commissioning initiative.

All products in the d:sign range deliver neutral and accurate sound to the smallest detail, even in the most difficult surroundings. In conference use, boardroom applications and video conferencing situations, the DPA mics allow for trouble-free installations and deliver pristine, clear sound. From the boundary layer mount to an assortment of gooseneck mics for tabletop, podium or ceiling placement, DPA offers the perfect solution for any space.

The complete line includes:

  • d:sign 4098 Ceiling and Tabletop Mics: These mics have outstanding audio quality that is highly directional and very isolated with a high rejection of radio frequency interference and an elegant, slim design. They meet the needs of architects, AV consultants, system integrators and installing electricians.
  • d:sign Floorstand Mics: This floor stand solution has an elegant and exclusive design with a black, non-reflective surface specifically made to handle the demands in TV-studios, ENG vehicles and onstage in theaters and concert halls. The Floor Base has an integrated shock mounting solution.
  • d:sign BLM Boundary Layer Mic: The microphone is a pre-polarized omnidirectional miniature condenser microphone with a 5.4 mm (0.2 in) vertical diaphragm. It is designed to work when placed on a tabletop, but it also performs well on any other hard, flat surface that reflects sound.
  • d:sign 4018 Supercardioid Tabletop Mic: A complete, supercardioid tabletop microphone solution, which is ideal for either permanently affixing to or temporarily placed on a table in conference venues, meeting rooms and board rooms.

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