Earthworks Debuts CTF Tabletop Gooseneck Microphones Prior to InfoComm

The CTF microphones that will begin shipping in August feature a flat frequency response and near-perfect cardioid polar pattern, while delivering ultra-high speech intelligibility.

Earthworks Debuts CTF Tabletop Gooseneck Microphones Prior to InfoComm
The low profile base for the CTF microphones measure just 4.1 inches in diameter and come with a 10 foot (3.04m) cable with XLR-3M attached, which is designed to exit from the side or bottom of the microphone base.
Earthworks Debuts CTF Tabletop Gooseneck Microphones Prior to InfoComm
The low profile base for the CTF microphones measure just 4.1 inches in diameter and come with a 10 foot (3.04m) cable with XLR-3M attached, which is designed to exit from the side or bottom of the microphone base.

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The Earthworks CTF tabletop gooseneck microphone, with an integrated base designed for conferencing and speech applications, is an integrated solution providing the flexibility of temporarily placing the microphone on a table for ad hoc meeting spaces or permanently affixing it to a surface.

The CTF microphones feature a flat frequency response and near-perfect cardioid polar pattern, while delivering ultra-high speech intelligibility and reliable coverage for speakers. 

RF shielding is incorporated into the microphone’s electronic design to prevent interference from cellphones and other electronic devices.

The low profile base for the CTF microphones measure just 4.1 inches in diameter and come with a 10 foot (3.04m) cable with XLR-3M attached, which is designed to exit from the side or bottom of the microphone base.

Mounting holes are included on the microphone base to make it possible to permanently affix the microphone to a flat surface. The XLR can be removed, allowing the cable to run through a small hole in the table surface for permanent installation, providing a low profile and elegant miking solution.

The new CTF microphones are available with 10- or 12-inch rigid center goosenecks and a black finish, and are set to begin shipping this August.

The primary applications for the CTF10 and CTF12 include conference rooms, boardrooms, classrooms, lecterns, and houses of worship.

To learn more about the CTF micrphones and other Earthworks products, visit Booth 6069 at InfoComm in Orlando, Florida from June 14-16.

 




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