With three cardioid condenser elements in a single housing, the phantom-powered ES963 offers a versatile tool for surface-mount installations. Levers on the microphone base allow easy reorientation of two elements to offer 360 or 300 degree coverage. Elements can be powered and used individually or in any combination. Installation and repositioning are quick with four recessed pathways on the base of the microphone that enable the user to route the cable as required to accommodate any installation requirements.
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