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DPA d:screet 4060 Core

Stereo Microphone Kit
Published December 2018
By Hugh Robjohns

DPA d:screet 4060 Core

Whether you’re recording music, speech or wildlife — indoors or out — DPA’s newly enhanced stereo mic set will ace the job!

DPA’s miniature microphones are highly regarded the world over, particularly in the broadcast, theatre, and live‑sound markets. Their reputation stems primarily from their sound quality, of course, but they are also renowned for their reliability, and astonishing versatility thanks partly to DPA’s ingenious range of accessories and fittings. Developed in the mid 1990s, the DPA 4060 remains in production largely unchanged after almost 20 years, with a broad family of ‘spin‑off’ models offering lower sensitivity, a variety of polar patterns, and myriad different mounting arrangements optimised for a wide range of different applications.

Last year, though, DPA introduced a brand new impedance‑converter technology for the 4060 and related miniature microphones. Currently available alongside the ‘Legacy’ models, the upgraded ‘Core’ models feature...

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Published December 2018