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Sanken Introduces COS-11D HWM Miniature Head Worn Microphone At NAB 2011

The COS-11D HWM provides users with exceptional sound quality, reliability, and comfort for live performance.

Sanken Microphones is proud to announce the introduction of the new head worn COS-11D HWM at NAM 2011, utilizing the same miniature mic used extensively as a lavalier in feature films and TV. 

This ultra-miniature new generation microphone was designed for hi-resolution audio and is now available for live stage productions, broadcast, and houses of worship.

“We’re very impressed with the our initial field tests,” remarked Jim Pace, President of Sanken’s distributor plus24. 

“Having that same great Sanken sound quality in a head worn mic is a natural for working in live performance. The characteristics of the omni pickup makes for very natural vocal sound and we’ve found the absence of feedback makes it especially useful.”

• Optimized for the Human Voice
• Stable Adjustable Dual-Earpiece Frame
• MicBoom is Interchangeable for Right or Left Side
• Unique and Reliable Vertical Diaphragm Design – a Sanken Original
• Available in Beige or Cocoa
• Strong immunity to RFI

This new compact mic is ideal for major talent, stage singers, high-profile commentators, on-camera journalists, musical actors, and a wide variety of live performers. 

The new COS-11D HWM is especially valuable when there is rigorous head movement, while the close proximity of the mic to the vocal source provides consistently exceptional audio with very natural characteristics.

The COS-11D HWM features a front mesh screen which is water resistant, better protecting the microphone from perspiration and cosmetics. 

This new Sanken microphone was designed to meet today’s HD audio standards while providing greater immunity to RF interference. The COS-11D HWM incorporates exclusive design advances that deal with both digital and digital/analog hybrid RF wireless transmission.

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