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[NAMM] DPA unveils the d:facto II vocal mic

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DPA Microphones d:facto™ Vocal Microphone FA4018VDPAB
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DPA Microphones d:facto™ Vocal Microphone FA4018VDPAB

Electret Microphone from DPA Microphones belonging to the d:facto series.

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DPA Microphones will introduce the d:facto II Vocal Microphone at the 2013 NAMM Show, in both wired and wireless versions.

In addition the new wired DPA handle, the d:facto II will provide singers and engineers with an adapter system that allows for integration with many professional wireless systems such as Sony, Lectrosonics, Shure, Wisycom and Sennheiser.

The capsule is protected by a built-in 3-step pop grid and DPA adds that the microphone will handle sound pressure levels up to 160dB SPL.

The wired version of the d:facto II as well as the adapters for the Shure, Sony, Lectrosonics and Wysicom wireless systems will be available in February, while the Sennheiser adapter version will launch in March 2013. The prices have not been announced. More details soon on www.dpamicrophones.com

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