DPA 4560 CORE Binaural Headset Microphone
Unobtrusive and easy immersive sound recording
- Pristine audio quality
- Mics selected for sensitivity within ±1.5 dB
- Inconspicuous mic placement
- Lightweight and flexible headset
- A flexible adapter system fits most professional wireless systems
The DPA 4560 CORE Binaural Headset Microphone is, in its essence, a pair of 4060 CORE Miniature Omnidirectional Microphones that are mounted on two ear hooks (as known from the 4266 Flex type of headset). The microphones are a stereo pair; two handpicked 4060s, selected on sensitivity within ±1.5 dB. The actual headset is ergonomically designed to fit comfortably and easily. It adjusts to fit any ear size and head shape while at the same time, it mounts securely and is hardly visible. Foam windscreens are supplied with microphones to secure the position in the ear and to offer some damping of wind noise.
Sound bites from the play: Good for Nothing
This play was developed by students of the Danish National School of Performing Arts. Nanna-Karina Schliemann created sound design and musical compositions.
The 4060 CORE Miniature Omnidirectional Microphones in this headset exhibit an exceptionally accurate omnidirectional pattern and therefore do not need to be aimed directly at the sound source to achieve quality pickup. This pattern also makes it less sensitive to handling noise as well as pop and wind noise. These 4060s handle sound pressure levels up to 134 dB before clipping occurs. This mic is well suited for applications where the sound source is more remote or damped and you need to have a good balance of signal versus noise.
Binaural recording is a technique that uses two microphones to create an immersive 3D stereo sound experience for the listener. When correctly accomplished, these recordings allow the listener to hear sounds like they are actually in the same position as the person who did the actual recording.
Binaural recordings differ from more well-known stereo techniques because binaural uses two omnidirectional mics positioned close together (as if in a listener’s ears) to replicate the sound pick up of the human ear as close as possible. Stereo, on the other hand, uses cardioid microphones with a larger space between them.
Online media – including Facebook, Google, and others who are making an effort to create more appealing products, including immersive sound could benefit from binaural recording. Film recordists are using binaural techniques to gather content they can use for atmospheric sounds. In addition, podcasts using the binaural technique can provide content that is much more immersive and alive compared to traditional techniques.
Getting the perfect fit
The two 4060 Omnidirectional Minature Mics are mounted on a flexible headset, which is ergonomically designed to fit comfortably. The headset adjusts easily to fit any ear size as well as head shape.
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