Audio-Technica Announce Re-engineered Unipoint Series

Miniaturized condenser installation and sound reinforcement microphones      21/02/06
Audio-Technica Announce Re-engineered Unipoint Series


The new A-T UniPoint Series comprises over 30 gooseneck mounted, boundary and hanging models, designed for the widest range of applications, in corporate, institutional, civic and religious installations, including sound reinforcement, broadcast and recording.
New features include UniGuard™ RFI-shielding innovations for unsurpassed immunity from radio frequency interference, new interchangeable condenser elements (cardioid, hypercardioid, omnidirectional and UniLine™ line cardioid), superior off-axis rejection for improved gain before feedback, 80 Hz UniSteep® low frequency filter, and two-stage foam windscreen.
Gooseneck
An improved, easy-to-adjust gooseneck with virtually no ‘memory’, permits quick positioning and resists inadvertent repositioning. Clear, high-output performance is assured by new interchangeable condenser elements available in four pickup patterns: cardioid, hypercardioid, omnidirectional and the new UniLine line cardioid with its tight 90º pickup pattern. Boundary
Boundary microphones incorporate a new, unique PivotPointâ„¢ rotating output connector, and the U891R, U891RW and U891RC models feature programmable switching and LED status indicator for conference and boardroom applications.
Hanging
The latest UniPoint hanging microphones are designed for suspension over choirs, instrumental groups and theatre stages, and feature a low-profile design, available in black or white. New interchangeable capsules offer improved on-axis pickup.
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