BP892cLM3-TH MicroSetģ

Subminiature Omnidirectional Condenser Headworn Microphone

MSRP* US$459.00
Two-Year Limited End-User Warranty

*Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Actual selling price may vary; please check with an authorized Audio-Technica dealer.



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  • Overview

    BP892 Subminiature Omnidirectional Condenser Headworn Microphone, less power module. 1.4 m (55") permanently attached miniature cable terminated for Sennheiserģ wireless systems using locking 3.5 mm connector. Includes AT8440 cable clip, AT8464-TH dual-ear microphone mount, two AT8157-TH windscreens, two AT8156-TH element covers, a moisture guard, and a carrying case. See BP892c-TH for specifications.

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    • Handles high sound pressure levels with ease

    • Extremely intelligible natural audio

    • Inconspicuous, lightweight headset with capsule diameter of just 2.6 mm is ideal for applications requiring minimum visibility

    • Ergonomic under-ear designóflexible, lightweight contoured loop hooks behind the ear for an ultra-secure, comfortable fit with or without glasses

    • Comes equipped with AT8464-TH Dual-Ear Microphone Mount that converts single ear-worn MicroSet to a dual-ear-worn unit for maximum stability and comfort

    • Available in black and beige, wired and wireless models; See BP892-TH for more details


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    BP892 MicroSet Specification Sheet (pdf 548.69 KB)
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    Also I need a replacement dual mount for this mic, please let me know ASAP
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    2 years, 10 months ago
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    Thank you for your inquiry. Are you missing the complete element at the end of the microphone, or just the end cap that covers the element? If just the end cap that is an AT8156 and can be purchased form an Audio-Technica dealer. If you are missing the entire element, you will need to send the microphone in for service. The dual mount is the AT8464 dual-ear microphone mount, also available from an Audio-Technica dealer. Please note for the beige version add a "-TH" to the item (AT8464-TH).
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    Are there step-by-step instructions to fit this properly on someone?
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    Thank you for your inquiry. Please follow these instructions to achieve the proper fit with your BP892 / AT892 microset microphone. First, turn down slightly a small portion of the earpiece right at the "nub" (the end away from the mic element). Many people turn down too much making the earpiece too short to fit around the ear. You just need maybe 1/8 to 1/4 of an inch. Then fit the earpiece snuggly around the ear. Now, and this is very important, you need to use the collar clip. I find that most folks that have issue with the mic moving are not using the collar clip and the weight of the cable tugs at the mic, pulling it off the ear. Have the user put the mic on and then turn their head as far as possible in the other direction. For example place the mic on the left ear and turn the head all the way to the right. With the head turned, clip the collar clip on the collar at the same side where the mic is worn, in this case on the left. This gives a bit of slack allowing the user to move his or her head around without the cable tugging at the mic.
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