By PSW Staff • April 27, 2017 CTB30 boundary microphone from Earthworks Earthworks is now shipping the CTB30 boundary microphone designed for conferencing and speech applications. Featuring audio and mechanical design innovations, the CTB30 delivers speech intelligibility and coverage coupled with a low profile appearance for conference rooms, boardrooms, classrooms, lecterns, and houses of worship. Optimized for speech, the CTB30 features a flat frequency response from 60Hz to 30kHz and a fast diaphragm settling time that allows more subtle details of the human voice to be reproduced. Its True Semisphere polar response provides an omni semisphere of coverage and delivers the same intelligibility of each orator speaking around the microphone without loss of high frequencies. The wide and even coverage across the microphone’s pickup pattern means that just one CTB30 can provide excellent coverage for a 12-foot conference table that seats up to 12 people. Incorporated into the microphone’s design is a specially engineered filter to significantly minimize the unwanted noises of table thumping, paper shuffling and HVAC. The CTB30 also includes RF shielding to prevent interference from cell phones and other electronic devices. Measuring just 4.1-inches in diameter, the CTB30 provides a low profile miking solution and is available in black, white, silver or Nextel dark black finishes. The CTB30 comes with a 10-foot (3.04m) low profile cable with XLR-3M attached, and is designed to exit from the side or bottom of the microphone. The XLR can be removed, allowing the cable to run through a small hole in the table surface for a permanent installation. Two 6-32 screw holes and a keyhole are found on the bottom of the microphone for secure mounting, allowing a more permanent installation option if required. Earthworks Tagged with: AV conferencing Earthworks Microphones Product · all topics Subscribe to Live Sound International Subscribe to Live Sound International magazine. Stay up-to-date, get the latest pro audio news, products and resources each month with Live Sound. Subscribe Today!