IMLR10 & IMLR12

IMLR10 & IMLR12 2017-08-22T20:38:27+00:00

IMLR10 & IMLR12

30kHz Rigid Center Gooseneck Installation Microphones

 

Rigid center gooseneck microphones with programmable LumiComm™ light ring & touch sensor for permanent tabletop installation for conferencing and other speech applications.

  • Rigid center gooseneck

  • Programmable LED light & touch sensor

  • Black finish

  • 10 or 12 inch rigid center gooseneck

From $969

 

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  • Rigid center gooseneck
  • 30kHz flat frequency response
  • Uniform frequency response on or off axis
  • More gain before feedback
  • Picks up almost no sound from the rear of the microphone
  • Near perfect polar pattern
  • Programmable touch sensor output
  • Programmable dual-colored LED light ring
  • Light ring engineered for a wide supply voltage range (From 8V to 28V regulated supply—No external LED resistors needed)
  • Touch sensitive flange that provides a pull down touch sensor output (Active Low)
  • Light diffuser that houses 10 LEDs providing side illumination (5 Green, 5 Red)
  • Current consumption 85mA
  • Supplied with either a 5 pin RJ45 connector or a 5 pin Phoenix connector
  • Primary applications include teleconferencing, distance learning, surveillance, boardrooms, government facilities, and ambient room miking

Frequency Response: 100Hz to 30kHz

Polar Pattern: Cardioid

Sensitivity: 20mV/Pa (-34dBV/Pa)

Power Requirements: 48V Phantom, 10mA

Max Acoustic Input: 139dB SPL

Output: XLR (pin 2+)

LumiComm™ Connector: Phoenix or RJ45

Output Impedance: 65Ω balanced (between pins 2 & 3)

Min Output Load: 600Ω between pins 2 & 3

Current Consumption: 85mA

Noise: 16dB SPL equivalent (A weighted)

IMLR10-B 10″ (254mm) rigid center gooseneck, black finish, red & green LEDs, touch sensor output

IMLR12-B 12″ (305mm) rigid center gooseneck, black finish, red & green LEDs, touch sensor output

  • Conferencing / Installed Sound

The narrow usable portion of a conventional microphone’s polar response (with full frequency response) provides only a narrow area that will pick up sounds without high frequency losses at the sides of the microphone. The figures on the left indicate how many conventional microphones it takes to cover a room (with an 8 foot ceiling) and provide the full frequency response of the microphone at the head of a six foot man, in standing position.

The figure on the right shows the much wider polar response (with full frequency response) of Earthworks directional High Definition Microphones™, requiring fewer microphones. In addition you also have more sound level before feedback, no spotlighting or highlighting, more rejection of sounds from the rear of the microphone, in addition to a vastly superior sound quality.

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  • Lock Nut
  • Washer

In previous systems designs, we have used other brands of microphones, which typically sound like you are using a speakerphone. But with this new system, even in the remote rooms, it sounds like that person is right there in the room with them. When you hear a call from the CenturyLink system using the Earthworks microphones, it is hands down the best sounding system of this type I have ever heard.

Stephen Bon, Audio-Video Group