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Small but mighty – new microphones with Revoluto Technology
Posted on Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Small but mighty – new microphones with Revoluto Technology

 

Heilbronn, June 17th, 2009: At the InfoComm in Orlando/USA beyerdynamic will present two other microphones with Revoluto technology. The new, elegant design of the MPR 210 and MPR 211 is very compact. The microphones can be connected to a mixing console, amplifier or DSP matrix. The MPR 210 is a pure desktop microphone while the MPR 211 microphone unit provides a programmable microphone button and connections for an external logical control.
 
Microphones with the patented Revoluto technology from beyerdynamic include a number of microphone capsules which are arranged in a line array. The resulting corridor characteristic allows more freedom of movement compared to gooseneck microphones. While speaking the speaker can lean backwards, turn his head or even stand up. Due to the Revoluto technology the audio quality and intelligibility of speech always remain the same.
 
Applications of the new Revoluto microphones include tele and video conferences, lecterns, podiums and press conferences.
 
Go to www.beyerdynamic.com/revoluto and watch the video about miking and video conferences to find out how Revoluto sounds compared to gooseneck or acoustical boundary microphones.
 
For more information: www.beyerdynamic.com/conference