DPA Core Microphone Technology Minimizes Distortion Wherever the Mic is

DPA Core 4288 Flex Headset

Core 4288 Flex

When you are micing up a orchestra, musical, or simply a public speaker, vocal dynamics can cause distortion because the mic is not in a direct placement to the mouth, and the sound engineer has to control volume. DPA core solves this with a new idea for their miniature . I talked with them at to find out more.

What is DPA Core Technology

This is a system that expands dynamic range up to 14 db. The inside of the will boost the dynamics so you can hear a whisper, but also takes into account that sound could change to a scream at any time.

When you boost a signal, you have to account for distortion if someone raises their voice. The Core technology is ready to take any signal, and keep it from clipping, so all you hear is a clean, crisp tone.

This in a microphone smaller than a pen.

DPA Core technology is available now in their d:fine line of microphones. Get DPA Core Here.


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