04.09.2007 03:00 PM
SoundField to introduce SPS200 stereo, surround mic

SoundField will debut the compact, lightweight SoundField SPS200 A-Format microphone for stereo and 5.1 surround recording at NAB2007.

Designed for computer-based field and studio broadcast and recording applications, the SPS200 offers software plug-in A-Format to B-Format conversion, as well as stereo and surround-sound decoding and manipulation in place of an outboard control unit.

The SPS200 A-Format microphone uses the same SoundField multicapsule technology as the company's high-end models and offers many of the features of the company's more expensive microphones. The SPS200 provides the ability to capture 5.1-, 6.1- and 7.1-channel audio and simultaneous stereo with variable width, and to continuously vary the orientation and effective polar pickup pattern without moving the microphone.

See SoundField in NAB booth N9421 or visit www.transaudiogroup.com.

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