The DPA d:facto™ handheld microphones series boasts a fully modular construction. The grid, capsules and wired handle (or adapters for wireless systems) are all interchangeable. This ensures that your audio investment is future proof — easily adaptable to changes in wireless technology as well as frequency-band modifications.
You can use the same supreme-sounding capsules wired as well as with third-party wireless mic handles. This preserves the capsule sound and makes it possible to keep the sound settings between different performances. Improving the sound quality even with low-cost wireless systems may be a better audio result than buying a more expensive wireless system. The d:facto™ Microphones
The d:facto™ line consists of two capsule versions. There is a vocal microphone intended for stage use with audio quality so high that it can be used for studio recording as well as broadcast use. There is also an interview microphone intended for handheld ENG/EFP interview applications.
Pop protection and shock mounting
It can be quite a challenge to give a stage mic enough protection against plosive consonants like k, p and f without adding too much high-frequency damping at the same time. DPA have developed a three-way pop-protection system, which is easy to remove, split and clean after use. d:facto™ Vocal Microphones also have an effective built-in shock rejection rubber ring close to the mic head, which suppresses unwanted handling noise.
Flexible adapter system
This gives you flexible, simple and affordable possibilities. With the d:facto™ Vocal Microphones series, you are no longer bound to one wireless system. As circumstances change, you can just switch your adapter at a quarter of the cost of a new microphone. You won't hear any loss in sound quality. d:facto™ adapters work with all leading wireless mic solutions, such as Lectrosonics, Sennheiser, Shure, Sony and Wisycom. DPA Microphones’ ingenious adapter system is one of a kind in the industry. This modular system protects your investment in fantastic sound for years to come.
|Number of Microphones||N/A|
|Frequency Range||20 Hz - 20 kHz, permanent third order high pass filter at 80 Hz|
|Sensitivity||5 mV/Pa; -46 dB re. 1 V/Pa|
|Max. SPL||160 dB|
|Analog or Digital||Analog|