DICENTIS Wireless Microphones
all three DICENTIS Wireless microphones provide excellent sound quality and the best microphone depends on your environment.
long stem microphones
the nearly 19” long stem microphones are what you typically use at meetings held in rooms with the traditional 30” wide tables.
short stem microphones
the short stem microphones are just under 13” and suitable for events with “schoolie” 18 inch wide tables where the long stem microphones would be too long.
high directive microphones
the high directive microphones are premium priced microphones with the most appealing look. To decide if they are right for your venue, you should consider the type of meetings you hold and how much control you have on the environment.
If the system is used in a controlled environment such as a board room with one person per microphone, the high directive microphone is the more elegant option.
The high directive mic can be used for event production and rentals as long as there is some control on how people behave with their natural environment and with the appropriate setting of expectations. With the proper setting of expectations, the high directive microphone can be a great option.
if the system is purchased for use in an environment where you have little control of people and how the system will be used, the safer bet are the long stem or short stem microphones. They may not be as pleasing to the eye as their high directive sibling but they will not disappoint when two or three people share a microphone or seat in close proximity of each other and the microphone. The short and long stem microphones will better withstand the rustling of papers, the sound of someone drinking a beverage or reaching for items such as mints out of the mint ball. The long stem mic is better suited to settings with considerable surrounding noise.