In conjunction with their distribution partner Venuetech, Sennheiser and Neumann will exhibit their products at the event.
Sennheiser and Neumann will showcase their audio solutions for productions, with product highlights ranging from newly launched mobile kits with microphones, headsets, and digital systems at CABSAT 2021.
Vloggers and budding filmmakers will view Sennheiser’s entry-level MKE 200 and MKE 400 directional microphones, as well as other mobile kits for an on-camera mic or a wireless Lavalier. The TLM 103 studio set from Neumann for studio recording and Neumann’s NDH 20 studio headphones for critical monitoring applications will be on show as well as Sennheiser’s MK 8 microphone and HD 300 PRO headphones.
Mig Cardamone, Sales Director, Sennheiser Middle East said: “While Sennheiser has market-leading solutions that cater to the specific needs of the broadcast industry – radio, audio, film, events, broadcast, and content creation, our focus this year is inspired by the trend towards vlogging and broadcasting from home. Sennheiser’s nimble solutions that cover all the audio recording needs of content creators on the go are highlighted at CABSAT 2021.”
The newly launched Sennheiser MKE 200, a directional on-camera microphone with built-in wind protection and shock absorption for enhanced in-camera audio is on display. It features a super-cardioid capsule that provides focus and detail while rejecting unwanted background noise. The MKE 400 is loaded with even more features – a highly directional compact shotgun microphone that brings compelling audio to DSLR/Ms and mobile devices alike. Both the mics are specially created for vloggers, videographers, and mobile journalists.
The display on the stand includes a Manfrotto PIXI Mini Tripod and Sennheiser Smartphone Clamp, suitable for vloggers and content creators for whom the smartphone is the tool of choice during some or for all their creative processes. Also, showcased at CABSAT is the XS Lavalier USB-C Mobile Kit that adds the Smartphone Clamp and PIXI to Sennheiser’s wired USB-C Lavalier microphone to create a vlogging and podcasting bundle. Featuring an omnidirectional clip-on microphone, XS Lavalier
The XSW-D Portable Lavalier Mobile Kit on display is Sennheiser’s wireless Lavalier solution that includes an additional TRS-TRRS cable for connection to smart devices. This special cable features an attenuator to ensure optimum levels for mobile devices.
Neumann’s NDH 20 headphones joined by Sennheiser’s HD 300 PRO headphones known to give the sound a natural, three-dimensional quality.
Producers and creators visiting the stand will discover the Digital 6000 wireless microphone. The audio quality of Digital 6000 features the Digital 9000’s long-range transmission mode, coupled with a massive 244 MHz of switching bandwidth that is suitable for professional users in broadcast studios, theatres, and live performers.
“Our intention is to be able to provide a platform for the engineers, videographers, content creators, marketers, and decision-makers from all segments of the broadcast industry to learn and experience Sennheiser and Neumann products,” concluded Cardamone.