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- Cardioid polar pattern
- 30 or 50 cm (12 or 20 in.) long
- 125° pickup angle
- Especially suited for inexperienced talkers
- Connects easily via XLR connector
The cardioid polar pattern is the most popular because its uses are almost limitless. The 125° pickup angle is especially suited for inexperienced or very "vivacious" talkers who often fail to talk directly into the microphone. The choice of two different lengths and the flexible joint ensure optimum alignment of the gooseneck to any talker position. Numerous options for installation are available, such as mounting on a stand or tabletop, while optional accessories include a lockable mounting fixture.
Easy setup: anything goes
The wide range of accessories ensures optimum installation or placing of the 99er Series goosenecks, regardless of architectural requirements. Tabletop installation with a high level of structureborne noise? Don't worry; the optional installation modules feature a shock mount made of a special rubber mix to reduce structure-borne noise to a minimum. Optional theft-proof installation modules are also available.
Fixing permanently on a thick marble slab that must not be pierced? No problem: just three shallow holes will do to fasten the mount, and the gooseneck microphone won't budge. Permanent installation impossible? No big deal, heavy base plate will keep the gooseneck securely in place. And what about uneven surfaces? Easy. Use the tripod table stand.
Pictured (Left to Right): CGN99C-S (30cm) and CGN99C-L (50cm)
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