Electro-Voice introduces PolarChoice RF boundary mic
August 13, 2006
The new PolarChoice boundary satellite wireless microphone from brings the benefits of wireless to the boardroom, conference center, or podium. Essentially, the PolarChoice is a freestanding boundary style microphone in an elegantly designed base that provides space for a wireless transmitter. The specially designed compartment houses any of several Telex or Electro-Voice bodypack transmitters.
Operation is simple. First, the microphone is connected to the bodypack, then the wireless channel is set. Finally, the PolarChoice is simply set down anywhere a microphone is required. It is no longer necessary to cut holes in tables, run long cables, or compromise the architectural integrity of an installation. Bodypacks accommodated include the RE-1, RE-2, FMR-1000 and SAFE-1000. (Wireless systems are sold separately.)
The first in a new series of new PolarChoice boundary microphones, the PC-Boundary-Sat includes four selectable polar patterns. The half-omni, half-cardioid, half-supercardioid and half- figure-eight patterns allow the user to configure the pickup pattern to match the application, maximizing audio quality and minimizing the potential for feedback. Additional features include a programmable on/off switch and blue LED status light.
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