Audio-Technica BP4001 and BP4002
The BP4001 cardioid dynamic interview microphone and BP4002 omnidirectional dynamic interview microphone feature extended-length handles. The BP4001's cardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the mic's sides and rear, improving isolation of the desired sound source, and the BP4002's omnidirectional pattern provides a natural reproduction of surrounding ambience. With both mics, frequency response is tailored for natural, clear, articulate reproduction of spoken words. Also, both microphones provide exceptional isolation from handling noise.
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