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Core Sound Binaural microphone set

Core Sound Binaural microphones are our most popular microphones for taping concerts, lectures and rehearsals. Refined continuously since 1990, there are no better sounding or more rugged microphones available in their price range.

(All of our mics now come with black clips, and a right angle plug is now available as an option!)

Binaural microphones come in pairs. When one is placed in or near each ear they record exactly what your ears hear. When you play a binaural recording back over good quality headphones, you hear exactly what you heard at the time of the recording. The effect is quite startling -- besides preserving a high fidelity version of a performance, good quality binaural microphones preserve the ambience of the recording site. The positions of the performers, the reverberation and echo of the room, and the audience reaction are all captured precisely. Binaural recordings provide the most realistic recordings you've ever heard.

The Core Sound Binaural (CSB) microphones provide a level of sonic performance unmatched in their price range. When concerts and lectures recorded using the CSB microphones are played back on quality headphones the fidelity is simply startling. The ambience of the recording site is preserved faithfully. Localization of instruments is extremely precise. Their transient response is clean and fast, typical of condensor microphones, and they provide very solid bass and crystalline highs. One customer, a very knowledgeable and well travelled recordist, says that they compare very favorably with the binaural microphone set offered by Sennheiser at more than four times the price. Others have favorably compared them to Neumann and Nakamichi products.

The microphones are very unobtrusive; many customers have called them "stealthy." When in place, they look like eyeglass retainers, the devices that athletes and librarians use to ensure that their glasses don't fall off. The microphones themselves are amazingly small. When the cord is routed down a shirt or sweater, there's little evidence that you are creating a very high fidelity recording of a sound event. (We strongly recommend that before you record, you obtain permission to do so.)

CSB microphones have been sold to customers all over the world, including the United States, Canada, Brazil, Japan, Singapore, Korea, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, England, Scotland, Norway, Ireland, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Serbia, South Africa and many others.



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For pre-sales consulting or to place an order, call Core Sound at 1.888.538.6744 or 1.201.801.0812.

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