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Point Source Audio Introducing New CO-6 Speech Optimized Earset Microphone At 2010 InfoComm
Offers company's bendable boom feature
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Point Source Audio is launching the CO-6 model earset microphone at the 2010 InfoComm show, booth C6741.

The new CO-6 is an omni-directional, back-electret condenser ear-worn microphone with the ability to handle 125 dB SPL, and with the upgraded bendable boom feature.

“For a lightweight and delicate style ear-worn microphone, you can’t get more durable than our bendable boom,” noted James Lamb, President of Point Source Audio. “Typically, the boom receives the most wear and tear in usage so it just makes sense that you’d want to protect that element and extend the life of your microphone.”

The CO-6 also includes a protective cable strain relief, and hard-wired connector to increase reliability.

The microphone is compatible with PSA’s dual earset mic clip accessory allowing users to also wear the microphone in up to four (4) configurations:  single left or right ear wearing, and dual left or right ear wearing.

Key Features:
• Bendable boom up to 360 degrees
• Water resistance
• Protective cable strain relief to minimize breakage
• Hardwired connectors for reliable performance
• Wearable four (4) ways
• 125 dB maximum SPL
• 40 Hz - 17 kHz frequency response

The CO-6 comes standard with either a 3.5mm locking mini-connector for Sennheiser evolution Series wireless bodypacks, a Hirose 4-pin connector for most Audio-Technica bodypacks, or the mini-XLR connector for most Shure wireless bodypacks.

Compatible connectors for other popular wireless systems are also available upon request.

U.S. MSRP is $348. 

Point Source Audio Website


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