Audix has introduced the TM1 Plus, a combination kit that includes the TM1 measurement microphone, threaded acoustic windscreen, shock mount clip, 1/2-inch calibrator adapter and microphone calibration data on CD.
The data files are a numeric representation of the TM1 frequency response. Together with the provided sensitivity of the microphone, they can be used with a variety of popular software measurement systems to correct the response curve of the microphone.
“The TM1 has earned very high acceptance among sound engineers and sound designers who rely on measurement systems to properly tune a PA system for live sound venues, theatres, houses of worship, and a wide variety of installations,” says Audix VP of sales Cliff Castle. “Measurement software packages have become very robust and are now able to take simultaneous measurements with multiple microphones, allowing sound designers a very accurate picture of how the PA system is reacting throughout a room in real time.
“With the TM1 Plus, customers are able to accumulate multiple microphones, essentially creating matched sets once the data files are input into the software measurement programs.”
The TM1 is a 6mm pre-polarized condenser microphone that is designed, assembled and tested by Audix in Wilsonville, OR. It has a precision-machined four-stage brass body and capsule housing, low noise SMT circuit, nickel plate finish, field replaceable parts, Switchraft XLR and shock absorbent O-rings.
All accessory items for the TM1 are included in the TM1 Plus kit. U.S. MSRP is $450.