DPA 4099-V Details
Violin, banjo and viola players will appreciate how gently the 4099V adheres
to a prized instrument while its elegantly lightweight, unobtrusive design keeps
it from getting in the way of a passionate performance.
The 4099V is a unique clip microphone inheriting the sonic approach from the
legendary DPA studio microphones to a new instrument microphone. The 4099
microphone and mounting system is meticulously designed and optimized for the
string family. This is to ensure the best possible mount and audio reinforcement
is achieved when performing live. The 4099V fits other instruments with a body
depth between 35 mm (1.4 in) and 55 mm (2.1 in).
Representing years of research and development, the 4099 condenser
microphones feature supercardioid polar patterns for superior
gain-before-feedback. Fully capable of handling the violinís dynamic range and
subtle details, these microphones live up to their pedigree with sound as
accurate as DPAís other world-class microphones.
Despite its tiny, discreet size and elegant, lightweight design, 4099V is
extremely rugged. The versatile gooseneck provides stable and repeatable
positioning. The mics can be easily unclipped and repositioned or moved to
another instrument with only one hand, while the mounting system is designed
never to mar or scratch the finish of your instrument.
Through the use of our extensive adapter system, the 4099 is compatible with
virtually any wireless system and can also be used as a standard 48V phantom
powered microphone via the included XLR connector.
Fleet owners of 4099s will appreciate the multiplicity of using the
microphone for a number of different instruments simply by moving the
microphone/gooseneck part to another instrument clip from the range.
With its very flexible design for a wide variety of mounting and positioning
possibilities along with its extremely natural sound, the 4099 is truly a
musicianís mic without equal. Continuing DPAís heritage of sonic excellence,
this series of microphones achieves the purest reproduction of your instrument
and therefore your full range of expression.