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[. . . ] The frequency response is tailored for wide-range sound reproduction with very natural sound pickup for either distant or close-up use. The PC Desktop can be used on lecterns, podiums, desks, table-tops, or other applications. To maximize gain-before-feedback, the PolarChoices three directional polar patterns allow the user to pick the directional polar pattern for optimum effect. For those applications where gain-beforefeedback is not a problem, an omnidirectional pattern is included. [. . . ] Applications requiring speaking close to the microphone at podiums, lecterns, or pulpits normally require a windscreen (included) to control breath noise and P-popping or, in some cases, wind noise from circulating air. PolarChoice PC Desktop-5/ PC Desktop-12/ PC Desktop-18 Microphones Microphone Setup: Cardioid Supercardioid Hypercardioid Omnidirectional Figure 1: PC Desktop Controls Figure 2: Bottom View Figure 3: PC Board Detail Refer to Figure 1 for the following switch function descriptionsSwitch A - Select High-Pass switch position. If the mic is in a location where low frequency rumble or wind noise is a encountered, moving this switch to the right will help by reducing low frequency sensitivity. If feedback from a sound system occurs, switching to the supercardioid or hypercardioid pattern will usually allow increased mic gain before feedback. The omnidirectional pattern is best suited for situations where there is no sound reinforcement system present, such as for recording. Switch C and D - Controls action of push-button switch on the top of the PC Desktop microphone. Momentary modes - When switch C is set to the left, the push-button (mute) switch action is momentary. In addition, If switch D is in the left hand position, the mic will be in push-to-mute mode. Alternately, If switch D is in the right hand position, the mic will be in push-to-talk mode. Toggle Modes - When switch C is in the right hand position, the push-button (mute) switch will be in toggle (push-on/push-off) mode. With switch C in the right hand position, the setting of switch D determines if the mic audio should be muted when power is first applied. The microphone shall have four selectable polar patterns: omnidirectional, cardioid, supercardioid, and hypercardioid. The mic will use a pair of back-electret condenser elements with a frequency response of 50 Hz to 20 kHz. The microphone shall have a nominal, balanced output impedance of 200 ohms. The microphone will have a switchable high-pass filter to roll off low frequencies. The microphone shall have an output level of 5. 6 mV/Pascal and outputs shall not be appreciably affected by the following temperature and humidity extremes: -29° to 74° C (-20° to 165°F) when the relative humidity is 0-50%; -29° to 57°C (-20° to 135°F) when the relative humidity is 0-95%. Dimensions shall be 231 mm (9. 1 in. ) long (PC Desktop-5), 373 mm (14. 7 in. ) long (PC Desktop-12), and 526 mm (20. 7 in. ) long (PC Desktop-18) with a maximum head diameter of 14. 6 mm (0. 58 in). The PC Desktop-5 microphone shall include a 175 mm (6. 9 in. ) gooseneck. The PC Desktop-12 microphone shall include a 318 mm (12. 5 in. ) gooseneck. The PC Desktop-18 microphone shall include a 470 mm (18. 5 in. ) gooseneck. The gooseneck will be attached to a base that has a top mounted push-button and a status LED that lights when audio is active. [. . . ] The gooseneck will be attached to a base that has a top mounted push-button and a status LED that lights when audio is active. The push-button will be configurable to operate in either momentary or toggle mode. When the microphone is set in momentary mode, the push-button can be programmed to operate in either push-to-mute or push-to-talk mode. When the microphone is set in toggle mode and power is initially applied, the status of the microphone can be programmed to be either on or muted. [. . . ]

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