Audio Technica Redesigns Mic Line

Audio-Technica has completely reengineered its UniPoint Series, designing the series
“to set new standards for sonic quality, durability, clarity, reliability and ease of installation.”

New features for the A-T UniPoint Series 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, 80Hz UniSteep filter for removal of unwanted low frequencies without affecting vocal quality, two-stage foam windscreen for dramatically improved resistance to pops and other breath blasts, and much more. With more than 30 new hanging, gooseneck, boundary and handheld microphones, the UniPoint line offers an innovation for every acoustical challenge.

The latest UniPoint hanging microphones are designed for suspension over choirs, instrumental groups and theater stages. The hanging microphones feature a low-profile design, available in black or white. New interchangeable capsules (cardioid, hypercardioid, omnidirectional and UniLine) offer improved on-axis pickup. With robust construction,and unobtrusive appearance, these hanging mics offer sophisticated and versatile sound reinforcement solutions.

The UniPoint U873R handheld hypercardioid microphone utilizes the newest low-mass condenser technology for superior performance and smooth, accurate vocal reproduction. Interchangeable elements (cardioid and omnidirectional) are also available, permitting selection of polar pattern. The new U873R provides improved on-axis response, resulting in extraordinary sonic quality and maximum off-axis rejection for outstanding gain before feedback. Its special internal shock mounting eliminates handling and cable noise.

The new UniPoint Series is currently available.

More information is available at the Audio Technica site.

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