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DPA 6000 Series Ruggedness Proves Itself Throughout the Industry Posted: 08/06/2020
DPA 6000 Series Ruggedness Proves Itself Throughout the Industry

 

DPA Microphones are well known for producing the pinnacle of sound technology and the latest 6000 Series of subminiature lavaliers and headsets is no exception. Utilizing the innovative ‘CORE by DPA’ technology in a compact three-millimeter (0.12 inches) capsule, sound professionals around the world have taken notice of the big sound that now comes in a small package.

Among DPA’s most valued features for its latest mics is their durability when used in a range of production environments. This includes on-location TV/film shoots, theaters and studio applications. Durability and robustness are inherent in the mechanical design of DPA mics. The company’s goal is to minimize the impact of exposure to heat, cold, water, sweat, dust and mishandling, among other things. With the CORE technology, all miniature microphones have been thoroughly tested to achieve IP58 certification, ensuring protection against dust and water over extended periods of time.

Tags: DPA Microphones | Subminiature | Lavaliers
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Dinner In America Rides Through Suburbia With DPA Posted: 06/02/2020
Dinner In America Rides Through Suburbia With DPA

Indie film Dinner in America takes viewers

on a precarious journey with a punk rocker and his fan-turned-love interest as

they travel through middle America. Written and directed by Adam Rehmeier, the

film was shot in many different suburban locations, which often presented unique

audio challenges for the sound team. Rehmeier appointed Daniel S. McCoy, CAS, owner

of production sound company, ToneMesa, to provide his trademark sonic fidelity

for the project. To capture pristine audio despite sometimes noisy locations,

McCoy turned to his trusted 4061 Miniature Omnidirectional, 4017B Shotgun Microphone

and 4018B Supercardioid Microphone, along with the newly launched 6061 CORE

Subminiature Mics from DPA Microphones.

 

 

 

Tags: DPA Microphones | Indie film | Subminiature
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Authors and Literary Celebrities Find Their Festival Voice With DPA Posted: 18/12/2019
Authors and Literary Celebrities Find Their Festival Voice With DPA

Clarity, ease of use and the ability to match the colour of the microphone to different skin tones were all good reasons why Toby Chevis, Director of UK live events company Patch Productions, chose DPA’s 6066 Subminiature Headset Microphones to amplify speakers at the prestigious Cheltenham Literature Festival.

During the 10 day event, the company used a total of 40 6066 Headsets across eight venues, including Cheltenham’s Montpelier Gardens and Town Hall sites. Among the famous participants who happily wore DPA were Andrew Lloyd Webber, Louis Theroux, Rob Drydon and Graham Norton.

“The festival was keen to be as inclusive as possible this year, so being able to offer a microphone with varying colours option, but the same audio quality, was fantastic,” Toby Chevis explains. “I’ve been a big fan of DPA Headset Microphones for eight years now and Patch Productions owns a number of 4000 Series Headsets, but for this event we bought additional microphones.”

The Cheltenham Literature Festival was broadcast on Sky Arts, which took a mixed feed straight from Patch Productions’ desk. Audio quality was very important as it was imperative that the audience could hear every word spoken by the authors on stage.

Tags: DPA Microphones | Cheltenham Literature Festival | 6066 Subminiature Headset Microphone | Patch Productions
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LSS Productions Invests In DPA Smallest Headset Microphones For Sondheim Award Winning Musical Sunday in the Park with George Posted: 03/10/2019
LSS Productions Invests In DPA and rsquo;s Smallest Headset Microphones For Sondheim and rsquo;s Award Winning Musical Sunday in the Park with George
The discreet design of DPA’s CORE 6066 Subminiature Headset Microphone, combined with the fact that it is very quick and easy to fit, helped secure an order for 18 units from Australian sound design, equipment hire and production services company LSS Productions.
Tags: DPA Microphones | d:screet Microphone | 6066 Subminiature Headset Microphone; Sunday in the Park with George | LSS Productions | Sondheim
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From Tiny Lavaliers To Award Winning Headsets DPA Microphones Has Something To Suit Everyone At IBC 2019 Posted: 02/08/2019
From Tiny Lavaliers To Award Winning Headsets DPA Microphones Has Something To Suit Everyone At IBC 2019
Hot on the heels of its recent Red Dot Design Awards success, DPA Microphones will be showcasing its incredible 6000 series of Subminiature Microphones at this year’s IBC exhibition in Amsterdam (Booth 8.D70).
Tags: DPA Microphones | 6000 Series Subminiature Microphones | IBC 2019 | 4097 Choir Microphone | Lavaliers | Headset | IBC 2019 | IBC 2019
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The Art of Making the Useful Beautiful Brings Honour To DPA Microphones Posted: 15/07/2019
The Art of Making the Useful Beautiful Brings Honour To DPA Microphones
The world’s best designers gathered at the Aalto-Theatre in Essen, Germany on the night of Monday, July 8th, for the official presentation of the 2019 Red Dot Awards. Among them were DPA Microphones’ Project Lead Rune Møller and R&D Manager Ole Moesmann, who received this prestigious Award on behalf of the company for its ground-breaking 6066 Subminiature Headset Microphone, which is a winner in the Product Design category.
Tags: DPA Microphones | Red Dot Award | Rune Moller | 6066 Subminiature Headset Microphone | d:fine
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Technological Wizardry from DPA Microphones Brings Extra Magic To The Theatre Stage Posted: 24/04/2019
Technological Wizardry from DPA Microphones Brings Extra Magic To The Theatre Stage
Major theatre productions often have lives involving multiple productions in multiple countries, which provides a great opportunity for the production team to assess the equipment they are using and make changes to benefit from advances in technology. This was exactly the situation multi-award-winning sound designer Gareth Fry found himself in, opening Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in Melbourne, Australia after its success in London and New York.
Tags: DPA Microphones | d:screet 6061 Subminiature Microphone; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child | Gareth Fry | Melbourne
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ISE 2019 Visitors Will Get Their First Chance To See DPA Exceptional Subminiature Microphones Posted: 15/01/2019
ISE 2019 Visitors Will Get Their First Chance To See DPA and rsquo;s Exceptional Subminiature Microphones
At ISE 2019, DPA Microphones will introduce the AV, Conference and Installation markets to its smallest ever high-end pro audio microphone capsule that is incorporated into the d:screet™ CORE 6060 and 6061 Subminiature Microphones and the d:fine™ CORE 6066 Subminiature Headset Microphone.
Tags: DPA Microphones | ISE 2019 | Subminiature Microphones | Series 6000 | ISE 2019
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