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AKG Debuts CBL31 WLS and STSDAM+ Tabletop Microphone Solutions For Wireless Use

Both offer durability and flexible housing options and are well-suited for meeting rooms, courtrooms, conference rooms and houses of worship

By PSW Staff April 2, 2014

One of the new AKG tabletop microphone models for wireless use

Harman’s AKG has introduced a pair of tabletop microphone solutions for wireless use. The new CBL31 WLS and STSDAM+ both offer durability and flexible housing options and are well-suited for meeting rooms, courtrooms, conference rooms and houses of worship.

The AKG CBL 31 WLS and STSDAM+ are based on heavy-duty tabletop mechanics and due to their heavy weight, are highly shock-absorbent and hold the microphone firmly in place. Various AKG pocket transmitters (including the WMS40/45/420/470 and DMS700) fit into the housing of both the CBL31 WLS and STS DAM+, to transform the stations into complete wireless solutions.

Both models offer a rugged mute switch (more than 25,000 switching cycles) that controls the microphone, plus an LED bar to clearly show the status. A 3.5 mm input jack plug allows connection of either up to four AKG CBL410 or a laptop to transmit the audio signal of a presenter to the local PA system.

The CBL31 WLS also includes the well-known cardioid capsule CK31 from the DAM Series. It is designed to fit a variety of AKG transmitters, including the PT40/45/420/450/470 and DPT700.

The STSDAM+ is designed to fit AKG DAM+ Series microphones, including the GN15/30/50M and CH41/43/49.

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