Halmstad, Sweden (September 29, 2020)—Swedish audio manufacturer IsoVox has introduced IsoMic, a new voice-over microphone created in conjunction with fellow Swedish company Research Electronics AB, owners of the Ehrlund Microphones brand.
The new microphone is said to be optimized for recording within the company’s IsoVox 2 vocal booth and is based around a triangular capsule with a 7 Hz to 87 kHz frequency range. During the developmental process, the IsoVox team turned to Ehrlund Microphones in order to use the triangular technology developed by Göran Ehrlund; the triangular capsule features a membrane with a recovery movement that is said to be three times faster than a circular one, aiding its ability to pick up transients.
The IsoMic itself features an aluminum body with glass bead-blasting finish. Its triangular capsule reportedly has a SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio) of 87 dBA, DR (Dynamic Range) of 115 dB, and a maximum SPL (Sound Pressure Level) peak performance of 0.5% THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) at 116 dB or 1% THD at 122 dB. The IsoMic also has a low equivalent noise level of <7 dB (A).
The IsoMic conveniently comes complete with an IsoPop, working with its integrated filter to act as a double pop-removal zone, alongside other original accessories. The microphone will be available in the U.S. in mid-October, 2020 with a MAP of $1,299.
IsoVox • www.isovoxbooth.com