Tokyo, Japan (January 14, 2009)–Sanken, manufacturer of ultra-miniature lavalier microphones, has announced the new COS-11D, the latest version in the COS-11 lavalier series. The new design incorporates exclusive design advances that deal with digital and digital/analog hybrid wireless transmission.
Jim Pace, President of Sanken distributor plus24, remarked, “Working with the latest in wireless technologies, Sanken and Lectrosonics have partnered to provide a unique solution for our users. Sanken Microphones is excited to announce this breakthrough product.”
The new COS-11D has been approved by Lectrosonics, and its president, Larry Fisher, remarked, “We tested the new version of the COS-11D with our UM700 digital modulation transmitter and found that we could produce no digital noise, such as a whine, or even an increase in the mic noise floor. I think the RF bypassing in the new version is a great improvement and should work perfectly and quietly with the Lectrosonics digital transmitters. The new mic is flawless.”
The new COS-11D version will be offered in the PT (pig tail) version with standard sensitivity and the Red Mark model with reduced sensitivity.