Digital microphone technology on stage. The sound of the Neumann vocalist microphones connecting to AES 42, AES/EBU and S/PDIF.
The microphones KMS 104 D and KMS 105 D are the transition of the well-established KMS 104/105 analog microphones into the digital domain. Based on the AES42 standard, these microphones are an ideal choice for live and on-stage applications.
They provide all of the features of their analog counterparts. Additionally, they offer the advantages of the digital circuit technology, such as extended dynamic range, a more robust operation (EMC safe) and the avoidance of clipping as a result of the integrated peak limiter/ compressor.
Use of one of the digital microphone interfaces together with the Remote Control Software (RCS) permits pre-programmed settings to be stored in the microphones.
Further information on these microphones can be found at the webpages of the analog variants, the KMS 104 / 105.
Further information on the digital microphone technology and the whole Solution-D system can be downloaded as PDF.
See and hear Ola Onabulé with the first on-stage performance worldwide using a digital vocal microphone, the KMS 105 D.
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