MicroBoom System | Miniaturized Condenser, Microphone
MicroBoom™ Systems are available in 24", 50" and 84" lengths with four microphone choices.
The MicroBoom™ System is produced in three lengths: 24", 50" and 84" and comes with a carbon fiber rod compatible with any of The Micros™. Lightweight, able to attach to any microphone stand, the MicroBoomTM is a problem solver for many hard-to-reach miking applications including choir, live theater and orchestra.
The MicroBoom™ can be used with any of the microphones in The Micros™ series providing a broad selection of pick-up patterns, output levels and frequency responses. A high quality shielded cable is used internally to insure the cleanest audio signal path between the microphone and the bottom of the boom. The stand adapter offers total control over the angle, rotation and position of the carbon fiber rod by way of a flexible metal gooseneck. The MicroBoom™ provides an ultra-clean, professional and elegant appearance on stage while providing exceptional performance and portability.
The MICROBOOM System comes with a carbon fiber boom (24", 50" or 84"), microphone (M1250B, M1250BHC, M1255B, or M1255BHC), clutch assembly, 25' shielded cable and windscreen.
- Portable, easy to position
- Clean, elegant appearance
- Choice of capsules
- Exceptional sound quality
- No external power needed
- Attaches to any mic stand
- Can be used horizontally or vertically
Please see the spec sheet under the specifications tab for more information about this product.
Type Condenser Polar Pattern Cardioid / Hypercardioid (MB5050-HC) Frequency Response 50 Hz - 19 kHz Impedance 150 Ohms Sensitivity 10 mv / Pa @ 1k
"To meet the need for a robust-sounding balanced choir mic with a diminutive appearance, Audix Microphones invented the Micros Series. When mated with the MicroBoom carbon fiber and clip system, [it] becomes a low profile portable overhead stand for use with any vocal ensemble."
Kent Morris / President of Cornerstone Media Group Canton, GA. Renowned Worship Tech Clinician and Author