PASGAO PH-50 'Invisible' Stage Performer Headset Microphone
for Wireless Bodypack Transmitters
PASGAO PH-50 'Invisible' Stage Performer Headset Microphone with Mini XLR
The Pasgao PH-50 headset is an omni-directional headset microphone that has a near invisible appearance making it ideal for stage performers and on camera presenters. Also ideal for presentations, conferences or speeches where the presenter requires a microphone that allows free use of their hands and unrestricted movement on the stage. Fitting neatly over both ears, the highly flexible head piece band of the PH-50 wraps around the back of the head and side of the face. The PH-50 has a control to allow the mic arm to be extended or shortened, allowing for a wide range of positioning options to suit the particular speaker so as to pick up every word clearly, without impeding the sight of the presenter.
Walk and Talk
With a mini XLR output attached to a long thin cable, the PH-50 is designed to be used with any of the Pasgao's body / belt packs that have the a mini XLR input. The bodypack can then transmit the signal of the mic to a wireless receiver unit near a mixing desk. Using this technology allows the presenter to walk around the stage, or conference without hindrance of a long microphone cable, whilst able to use their hands freely to demonstrate, communicate, present and operate powerpoint presentations, slide shows and various products.
Typically, headset microphones are worn by actors, presenters, public speakers, broadcast professionals, singers, musicians, lecturers and conference presenters where the emphasis is on audibility, clarity and true reproduction of vocal communication.
- Sensitivity: -46dB±3dB (0dB=1V/Pa at 1KHz)
- Polar Pattern: Omni-Directional
- Output Impedance: 2000Ω
- Connector Type: Mini XLR
- Microphone: Back Electret Condenser
- Cable Length: 1.5m (150cm)
- Adjustable Mic Arm Length: 12.5cm
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