Designed for handheld interview and presentation applications, the Reporter features an omnidirectional dynamic capsule designed to allow freedom of use, without the technique related issues typical of directional end-address microphones. Additionally its frequency response has been specially tailored for voice reproduction, to maximize intelligibility. The microphone features a durable die-cast aluminum alloy body coated in a discrete matte black anti-glare finish. A multi-layer mesh basket protects the microphone from environmental noise without the need for a foam wind screen.
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