Farmingdale, NY (July 30, 2007)–Expanding its offerings for the installation market, beyerdynamic has unveiled its SHM 22.18 mini gooseneck microphone. Measuring approximately 3 inches in height, the SHM 22.18 is targeted for meeting room and videoconferencing applications. The mic’s short height provides a clear view of the speaker when installed on tables or desks.
The mic comes equipped with a 4-pin female mini XLR connector, which can be connected to the CVE 22.18 power supply, delivering power as well as protection against mechanical vibration. When the SHM 22.18 is not in use, the CVE 22.18 can be covered with a cap, offering users a clear, flat working surface. In addition to the CVE 22.18, the SHM 22.18 can also be connected directly to a beltpack transmitter from the Opus wireless series, making the mic adaptable to forum discussions, conference halls, presentations and houses of worship.
“Adaptability and esthetics are just as important in installation applications as the sonic quality of a mic,” says Bob Lowig, conferencing & presentation business manager for beyerdynamic. “The versatility of the SHM 22.18–paired with beyerdynamic’s RF-resistant technology–make this mic a great solution for any permanent installation.”
The SHM 22.18 comes equipped with electronic circuits that eliminate RF interference commonly generated by cellular phones and Blackberries, resulting in a clear audio transmission.