Sennheiser Electronics India showcased its new range of advanced offerings for broadcasting applications at the 23rd International Conference and Exhibition on Terrestrial and Satellite Broadcasting- the Broadcast Engineering Society (BES) Expo 2017.
Sennheiser brings in new standards of capturing 3D audio by showcasing products like EK 6042, MK4 D, MKE 440, KH 80, D6000, HD 200 and HD 280 PRO which will change the game of sound technology. Taking starring role will be the Ambeo VR Mic- an ambisonic microphone which allows users to capture your VR video/spherical 360 content.
The Broadcast Engineering Society (BES), established in 1987 is dedicated to promote the advancement, dissemination of knowledge and practice in the field of Broadcasting and related sciences at national and international level. BES Expo in its 23rd edition, aims to provide an apt opportunity for broadcasters to showcase their latest technological solutions and also get access to the ideal platform for networking, interaction, and business procurement of the highest international quality.
The new Sennheiser VR mic, AMBEO, will enable a user optimal performance even under the toughest filming conditions, designed to be used for the new GoPro 360 VR camera rig. The VR mic has a special windshield that is waterproof and nearly immune against snow, ice, and wind. This is a perfect tool GoPro to film extreme sport athletes such as pro surfers, mountain climbers, base jumpers, and mountain bikers.
Alongside performance, Sennheiser is committed to making the life of professionals easier. For instance, The MKE 440 has two aligned and matched mini shotgun mics ensuring that the MKE 440 captures the audio you want. The stainless steel micro-mesh wind protection reduces wind noise and protects the fine high frequency details in your sound....