Anaheim, CA (June 20, 2007) — Shure Incorporated used InfoComm07 as the official launch pad for its new Microflex microphones. The mic is styled with a streamlined, low profile design suited for boardroom, conferencing, and corporate applications, as well as anywhere else that unobtrusive integration is desired.
Like their predecessors, the new gooseneck models all feature interchangeable cartridges as well.
Occupying a starring role within the new product group, models MX405 and MX410 are five and ten-inch goosenecks, respectively, offered in both wired and wireless configurations. Outfitted with fully adjustable goosenecks, six-pin mini-connectors, and a new windscreen, both models can be used with a surface-mount preamp, a wired desktop base with a programmable mute switch, or the MX890 wireless desktop base with a programmable mute switch. Users can also choose either a bi-color status indicator or a red light ring to keep tabs on microphone operation.
Available finished in white, black, and aluminum, the low-profile MX395 boundary mic is aimed for use in installations where aesthetics are a top priority. Omni, cardioid, and bi-directional polar patterns are offered on the mic, as is an optional logic-controlled, bi-color status indicator (black models only).
Sold as either a two or three-element desktop conference microphone, the MX396 comes with a centrally mounted, remote-controlled, bi-color status indicator and integrated mute switch in either configuration. To accommodate different seating arrangements, the elements in the three-element model can be reconfigured as needed.
Complementing the new offerings are models MX690 and MX890. A wireless desktop boundary microphone, the MX690 features a bi-color status indicator, mute switch, and infrared sync. The MX890 is a wireless desktop base unit offering a quick-release, six-pin jack that effortlessly facilitates gooseneck changes, a mute switch, and infrared sync.