Inspired by A-T's popular BP892 MicroSet, the BP894 features a rotating capsule housing with talk-side indicator for use on either ear and perfect polar pattern placement. The MicroSet BP894 takes hea... Click To Read More About This Product
Inspired by A-T's popular BP892 MicroSet, the BP894 features a rotating capsule housing with talk-side indicator for use on either ear and perfect polar pattern placement. The MicroSet BP894 takes headworn microphones to the next level, by allowing the cardioid capsule to be aimed directly at the sound source (i.e. the microphone faces the mouth, rather than facing forward like other options on the market). The uniform pickup pattern provides excellent rejection of outside noise, with exceptional gain-before-feedback when used with live sound systems and stage monitors.
Featuring an inconspicuous and ergonomic design, the BP894 MicroSet (available in black and theater beige) rests comfortably behind the ear and can be worn for hours without fatigue. Its contoured earpiece stays in place even on the most animated performer/presenter and does not interfere with the user's eyeglasses. The BP894 comes with the AT8464 Dual-Ear Microphone Mount which can be attached to provide maximum stability. The microphone provides superior intelligibility and clean, accurate reproduction for the most demanding church/house of worship user, lecturer, broadcaster or theater performer. With its high-SPL capability (135 dB), it is particularly ideal for high-volume motivational speakers/lecturers, pastors and stage actors. Frequency response is 20Hz to 20kHz.
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Comments about Audio-Technica BP894cT4 MicroSet Headworn Microphone:
I bought the mic to use with a Line 6 XD-V55 transmitter. The mic sound quality was generally good, but there was a high-pitched (albeit not very loud) whine that would change depending on where I put my hand on the transmitter. (The transmitter is okay, since it works well with a Shure lavaliere mic.) I can't say whether the specific mic was a lemon with a grounding problem, or if in general the mic is not compatible with the Line 6 transmitter. But I returned the mic.
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