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AKG Unveils MicroLite Series Miniature Wearable Reference Microphones

Designed to provide quality sound and durability in a discreet form factor

AKG by Harman introduced the MicroLite Series of miniature wearable reference microphones at the 2016 NAMM Show in Anaheim, designed to provide quality sound and durability in a discreet form factor.

The series includes lavalier, ear-hook and headworn options, all of which provide comfort and flexibility as well as broad compatibility, moisture resistance and EMC protection.

“AKG’s new MicroLite mics were meticulously designed to meet the needs of today’s real world applications in broadcast, film and performing arts,” says Keith Caggiano, Solutions Manager, Theater and Performing Arts, Harman Professional. “Combining AKG performance with one of the smallest elements on the market, and adding multiple layers of protection against moisture, these mics deliver superior performance in the most demanding applications.”

The LC81 MD is one of the smallest cardioid lavalier microphone on the market, with a diameter of 4.8 mm, a length of 10 mm, and a weight of 2 g. The microphone’s sensitive cardioid polar pattern picks up a wide range of frequencies and provides flexibility in helping to attain optimum sound from the source. It’s available in four colors.

The LC82 MD omnidirectional lavalier microphone has a diameter of 3 mm and a length of 6.5 mm. It’s designed to ensure that moisture and makeup won’t dampen a performance, and is also available in four colors.

The EC81 MD (cardioid) and EC82 MD (omnidirectional) ear-hook microphones provide additional options for quality wireless sound, engineered for accurate, specific placement. Each mic has a flexible ear-hook and adjustable boom length, with the EC82 MD offering a highly moisture-resistant design. Both mics are available in two colors.

The HC81 MD (cardioid) and HC82 MC (omni) headworn mics are equipped flexible ear-hooks and an adjustable boom. Each microphone is available in two colors, and the HC82 MC features a moisture-resistant design.

All MicroLite microphones have a cable with a Microdot connector, which is compatible with a variety of different connections, as well as all major manufacturers of wireless microphone systems. A variety of accessories are also available, including wire-mesh protection caps, foam windscreens, phantom power adapters, lavalier clips, and perspiration and makeup protectors.

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