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Hosa Technology announces that the Da-Cappo DA12 Single-ear microphone, the DA04 Lavaliere microphone, and the DA11 "The Stick" microphone are now shipping.



The DA12 Single-ear Microphone
The Da-Cappo DA12 features the company's European designed 2.5 mm diameter capsule for full frequency audio performance. This microphone incorporates a new earpiece design that can be adjusted to suit smaller or larger ears and includes an adjustable boom length to suit different faces and applications. The system package includes a lavaliere style mic clip to secure the cable to one's collar behind the head, a zippered leatherette microphone case, a cable, a cable clip, a wind sock, and a wireless adaptor of one's choice.


The DA04 Lavaliere Microphone
The Da-Cappo DA04 lavaliere style microphone employs the company's European designed 2.5 mm diameter capsule. Available in both beige and black, the DA04 has the same carbon Kevlar outer shield on the cable. With the microphone's crisp vocal response, its water resistant design, and its flexible adaptor system, this microphone is proving popular with professional broadcasters and the theatrical community. The microphone system includes a cable and a wireless adaptor of one's choice.

The DA11 "The Stick" Microphone
Specially developed for theatrical applications, the DA11 utilizes the same 2.5mm diameter European-designed capsule as the DA12 and DA04 microphones. In addition to its superb sounding, water resistant capsule, "the Stick" features a long stem that can be easily (and carefully) bent to fit many theater applications such as wig weaving and for sewing into costumes. The DA-11 is available in black or beige as well as -35 dB and -45 dB sensitivity configurations.


The Da-Cappo Micro Microphones are available now. MSRP pricing for the microphones is as follows:
DA12 Single-ear Microphone, $432.00 ($477.00 for -10 dB version)
DA04 Lavaliere Microphone, $265.00 ($274.00 for -10 dB version)
DA11 "The Stick" Microphone $412.00 ($435.00 for -10 dB version)

For more information, visit their web site at www.hosatech.com.
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