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About the PrimoVox 111 Lampifier Microphone

The PrimoVox 111 Lampifier microphone is a unidirectional super-cardioid dynamic microphone for professional sound reinforcement or recording. Applications include professional vocal performance, public address, and musical instruments. A phantom-powered sound processor is located inside the microphone’s handle. The processor is programmable and improves sound quality for a wide variety of applications. Total system cost is dramatically reduced by including the audio processor internally. No extra patch cables or outboard sound processors are required. The audio processor inside the microphone is pre-programmed for the user’s application to deliver a polished, professional sound right out of the box. The processor self-adjusts to the incoming sound, making program adjustments by the user generally unnecessary. The user also can reprogram the processor to use the microphone in different applications or customize it for the user's personal style or preference. Reprogramming is done with the help of a free Online Programming Tool.

The PrimoVox 111 features a tailored vocal/instrument response following the well-defined industry standard of an upper midrange frequency boost for professional vocal microphones. As a result, this microphone is an excellent choice for relatively close sound source mic’ing (singing or speaking closer to the microphone). This is because even with a full proximity effect bass boost, the upper midrange can still “keep up,” providing a solid, projected tone. As a further enhancement, a bass-boost ring is included to enable even more fine-tuned adjustment of the proximity effect. A built-in spherical filter minimizes wind and breath "pop" noise, while a super-cardioid pickup pattern isolates the main sound source and minimizes unwanted background noise. A rugged construction ensures that the PrimoVox 111 will perform consistently and reliably. This microphone is most often used in moderate to high volume environments, which is consistent with it’s favorability for close mic’ing. Includes microphone with preprogrammed sound processor, microphone carrying bag, user guide, programming guide, and six extra shunts for programming.

Microphone features

  • Internal Lampifier audio processor with noise gate blocks unwanted noise and feedback, and provides heightened articulation without unwanted artifacts.
  • Super-cardioid pick-up pattern provides maximum gain before feedback and excellent rejection of off-axis sound.
  • Frequency response is tailored for vocals and instruments, with brightened midrange.
  • Bass-Boost Ring enables an adjustable proximity effect.
  • Frequency response is 50 - 15,000 Hz with soft upper midrange emphasis.
  • Mechanical shock mount system minimizes handling noise and vibration.
  • Steel-mesh ball grill resists wear and abuse.
  • Built in spherical pop-filter reduces undesirable wind and breathe noise.
  • Stand adapter is durable and impact resistant.
  • All-metal construction means ruggedness and reliability.
  • 3-pin XLR output connects to standard professional equipment.
  • No batteries required. Operates on 48V phantom power or optional inline phantom AC adaptor.

Lampifier Microphone PrimoVox 111 Specifications

  • Type: Dynamic (moving coil) with phantom powered Lampifier processor.
  • Phantom Power Requirement: 15 to 48 volts, 10 mA.
  • Frequency Response: 50 to 15,000 Hz.
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  • Polar Pattern: Supercardioid.
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  • Bass Boost: 7 mm removable ring.
  • Sensitivity: -70 to -20 dBV/Pa depending on program.
  • Impedance: Rated impedance is 150 ohms (300 ohms actual) for connection to microphone inputs rated low impedance.
  • Wiring Polarity: Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 2 with respect to pin 3.
  • Connector: Three-pin professional audio connector (male XLR type).
  • Structure: Black enamel-painted, die cast metal; matte-finished, silver, spherical steel mesh ball grill.
  • Overall Dimensions: 53 x 187 mm (2.1" x 7.4").
  • Net Weight: 298 grams (10.5 oz).
  • Processor Programming: requires six shunts or less
  • Six extra shunts included.
  • PrimoVox 111 User Guide (pdf document).
  • PrimoVox 111 Programming Guide (pdf document).

PrimoVox 111 Bass-Boost Ring

The bass-boost proximity effect of the PrimoVox 111 microphone can be adjusted by the removable ring. If you prefer an extra boost of the bass notes, remove the bass-boost ring as shown. The boost is most effective when your mouth (or sound source) is close to the windscreen. Removing the bass-boost ring is safer than increasing bass with a tone control or an equalizer because the microphone's proximity effect typically does not affect microphone feedback.

Specifications are subject to change without notice.


About the PolyVox 711 Lampifier Microphone

The PolyVox 711 Lampifier microphone is a unidirectional cardioid dynamic microphone for professional sound reinforcement or recording. Applications include vocal or instrument performance, live speaking, ensembles, choir, and repertory theater. A phantom-powered sound processor is located inside the microphone’s handle. The processor is programmable and improves sound quality for a wide variety of applications. Total system cost is dramatically reduced by including the audio processor internally. No extra patch cables or outboard sound processors are required. The audio processor inside the microphone is pre-programmed for the user’s application to deliver a polished, professional sound right out of the box. The processor self-adjusts to the incoming sound, making program adjustments by the user generally unnecessary. The user also can reprogram the processor to use the microphone in different applications or customize it for the user's personal style or preference. Reprogramming is done with the help of a free Online Programming Tool.

The frequency response and cardioid pickup pattern are tailored for accurate sound reproduction with a balance of high fidelity and feedback rejection. The 711 microphone has a flatter midrange response and a slightly accentuated bass response. As a result, the 711 is most often used in low to moderate volume environments or where the sound source is 6 inches (150mm) or more from the microphone. The proximity effect of directional microphones typically causes a loss of bass response as distance increases from the sound source. When the 711 is used with a distant sound sources (for example, a voice at 12 inches away or more) it provides a natural, rich bass response due to it's slightly emphasized low-end amplitude response. The 711 tends to “thin out” less quickly with increasing distance than other directional microphones. For close mic’ing applications, on the other hand, the 711 microphone has an accentuated and powerful bass response. (Note that the PremoVox 111 is recommended for closer mic’ing, but this is only a general guideline. Either microphone can be used for close or distant applications. Here we are discussing preferred uses.) A rugged construction ensures that the PolyVox 711 will perform consistently and reliably. Includes microphone with preprogrammed sound processor, microphone carrying bag, user guide, programming guide, and six extra shunts for programming.

The PolyVox 711 has a special o-ring installed between the ball grill and the body. If the ball grill is removed, the o-ring must be removed to put the ball grill back on. It's easy to do. Here are the instructions for reinstalling the PolyVox 711 ball grill and the o-ring.

Microphone features

  • Internal Lampifier audio processor with noise gate to blocks unwanted noise and feedback, and provides heightened articulation without unwanted artifacts.
  • Uniform cardioid pickup pattern minimizes background noise and feedback.
  • Frequency response 40 - 18,000 Hz provides accurate sound reproduction.
  • Mechanical shock mount system minimizes handling noise and vibration.
  • Steel-mesh ball grill resists wear and abuse.
  • Ball grill is oversize for greater acoustic transparency.
  • Built in spherical pop-filter reduces undesirable wind and breathe noise.
  • Magnet Reed mute switch provides convenient, quiet shut-off.
  • Mute switch can be locked in "on" position.
  • Stand adapter is durable and impact resistant.
  • All-metal construction means ruggedness and reliability.
  • 3-pin XLR output connects to standard professional equipment.
  • No batteries required. Operates on 48V phantom power or optional inline phantom AC adaptor.

Lampifier Microphone PolyVox 711 Specifications

  • Type: Dynamic (moving coil) with phantom powered Lampifier processor.
  • Phantom Power Requirement: 15 to 48 volts, 10 mA.
  • Frequency Response: 40 to 18,000 Hz.
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  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid.
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  • Sensitivity: -70 to -20 dBV/Pa depending on program.
  • Impedance: Rated impedance is 150 ohms (300 ohms actual) for connection to microphone inputs rated low impedance.
  • Wiring Polarity: Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 2 with respect to pin 3.
  • Connector: Three-pin professional audio connector (male XLR type).
  • Structure: Black enamel-painted, die cast metal; matte-finished, silver, spherical steel mesh ball grill.
  • Overall Dimensions: 53 x 180 mm (2.1” x 7.1”).
  • Net Weight: 298 grams (10.5 oz).
  • Processor Programming: requires six shunts or less.
  • Six extra shunts are included.
  • PolyVox 711 User Guide (pdf document).
  • PolyVox 711 Programming Guide (pdf document).

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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