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DPA 6066 CORE Omni Headset Mic, Brown, MicroDot

£720.00 inc. vat
£600.00 ex. vat
SKU SDPA6066OCRC00
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DPA 6066-OC-R-C00

The DPA 6066 is a headworn Omnidirectional lavalier microphone that designed to be small but offers an abundant of clarity, consistency and durability. DPA elevated the lavalier game by taking their newly introduced CORE technology and shrinking it. Beyond this minimized size and maximized sound potential, these mics also sport a completely redesigned, lightweight, one-size-fits-all headset that attaches over the ears for maximum comfort. 3-point ear grips with spring mechanisms help grip below the ears and to the side of the head for added security.

A 2-way adjustable boom system (length and height) with an anti-rotate mechanism makes this new headset very easy to fit. A new 90° cable management system safeguards the cable and directs it down the wearer’s back, where it can’t be seen. Between the sound quality and the comfort, once you try it we're sure you'll never want to wear another headset mic solution.

Brown 6066 Is not pictured*

Specifications

  • Directional pattern: Omnidirectional
  • Principle of operation: Pressure
  • Cartridge type: Pre-polarized  condenser
  • Frequency range: 20Hz - 20kHz
  • Equivalent noise  level,  A-weighted: Typ. 26 dB(A) re. 20μPa (max. 28dB(A))
  • THD: <1% upto 128dB SPL peak
  • Dynamic range: Typ. 102 dB
  • Max SPL: 144 dB
  • Output impedance: From  MicroDot: 30 -40Ω. From DAD6001-BC: 100Ω
  • Power supply: Min. 5V to max. 10V through DPA adapter for wireless systems
  • Connector: MicroDot, TA4F Mini-XLR, 3-pin LEMO, Mini-Jack
  • Weight: 11g (0.40oz) incl. Cable and MicroDot connector
  • Microphone head size: 3.4 / 8.9mm (diameter / length)
  • Cable length: 1.3m (4.3 ft)
  • Polarity: Positively increasing sound pressure produces positive going voltage on MicroDot pin