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Omnidirectional microphones are those that capture sound equally well in all directions or from the sides of the microphone. This means that the microphone will record the signals with equal gain whether the user speaks into it from the front, back, left, or right side. In contrast, unidirectional microphones only pick up sound from one specific side with exceptional sensitivity.
Because omnidirectional microphones record sound with equal strength from all directions (0° to 360°), their polar plots are circular. Therefore, the gain will be the same regardless of how the user speaks into the microphone.
The Global cardioid market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The low-profile BP899 Subminiature Omnidirectional Condenser Lavalier Microphone was unveiled by Audio-Technica. The wide dynamic range and high SPL tolerance of this microphone offer clear, natural-sounding audio that is perfect for use by lecturers, worship leaders, and actors on stage and in television productions.
There are a total of 17 different models of the BP899, all of which have permanently attached cables, varied termination and power arrangements, and the majority of which come in two sensitivities with theatre beige or black finishes. This microphone’s modest profile (just 5.3 mm in diameter) makes it perfect for on-camera shooting and other situations where visibility is at a minimum.
The BP899 with an omnidirectional capsule is advised if the mic must be used at a greater distance or a less focused pickup is preferred. The BP899 has a protective mesh that repels sweat and other moisture, an open-diaphragm design for maximum frequency response, and long-lasting performance.
It has a resonance cover that may be used to divert sweat and moisture away from the mic while improving clarity. For use in applications requiring high SPL levels or dynamic theatre performances,
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