New York, NY (September 16, 2015)—AKG has introduced its MicroLite series of miniature wearable reference microphones, intended for broadcast, theater and conference applications. The series includes lavalier, ear-hook and headworn options.

The LC81 MD is the smallest cardioid lavalier microphone on the market, according to AKG. It features a diameter of 4.8mm, a length of 10mm, a weight of 2g and is available in four colors.

The LC82 MD omni-directional lavalier microphone has a diameter of 3mm and a length of 6.5mm, making it usable for musicals, theater, churches, broadcast and large-format presentations. Like the LC81 MD, the LC82 MD is available in four colors.

Similar to their lavalier counterparts, the EC81 MD and EC82 MD ear-hook microphones provide additional options for wireless sound. Designed for theater, broadcast, musical performances and conferences, the EC81 MD and EC82 MD each offer a flexible ear-hook and adjustable boom length for comfort, while users can choose between a cardioid (EC81 MD) or omnidirectional (EC82 MD) model. The EC82 MD also features a moisture-resistant design. Both microphones are available in two colors.

The HC81 MD and HC82 MC omni-directional headworn microphones offer flexible ear-hooks and an adjustable boom. Each microphone is available in two colors, and the HC82 MC features a moisture-resistant design.

All MicroLite microphones feature a cable with a Microdot connector, which is compatible with a variety of different connections, as well as all major manufacturers of wireless microphone systems. A variety of accessories are also available with the MicroLite series, including wire-mesh protection caps, foam windscreens, phantom power adapters, lavalier clips, and perspiration and makeup protectors.

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