Audio-Technica Headphones BP892 manual

Brand: Audio-Technica, product: Audio-Technica Headphones BP892

Type: Headphones

Total pages: 2, PDF manual size: 0.56 Mb

broadcast & production microphones
BP892 & BP892-TH
Omnidirectional Condenser Headworn Microphones
Industry-standard sound quality—extremely intelligible natural
audio for stage/television talent, lecturers, houses of worship
Handles high sound pressure levels with ease
Microphone diameter of just 2.6 mm for the ultimate in low-prole,
high-performance audio
Comes equipped with AT8464 Dual-Ear Microphone Mount
that converts single ear-worn MicroSet to a dual-ear-worn unit for
maximum stability and comfort
Locking 4-pin microphone output connector compatible with
included power module and all Audio-Technica UniPak
wireless transmitters
lter provides a steep low-frequency attenuation to
improve sound pickup without affecting voice quality
Offered in black and beige (-TH) models
Also available in wireless models (without power module)
terminated for use with all Audio-Technica UniPak
systems and many other manufacturers' wireless systems
BP892 Description
The BP892 is a headworn condenser microphone with an omnidirectional
polar pattern. It is designed to provide intelligible natural audio for stage and
television talent, lecturers and houses of worship.
The microphone requires 11V to 52V phantom power for operation.
The microphone includes a 1.4 m (55") permanently attached miniature cable.
Its free end connects to the provided AT8539 power module via a locking
4-pin connector. The connector is also compatible with all Audio-Technica
body-pack transmitters. The output of the power module is a 3-pin
XLRM-type connector.
A recessed switch in the power module permits choice of at response or
low-frequency roll-off (via integral 80 Hz high-pass UniSteep
lter) to help
control undesired ambient noise.
The microphone comes equipped with a power module, a cable clip, a
dual-ear mount, two windscreens, two element covers, a moisture guard, a
belt clip and a protective carrying case. The microphone is available in black
and beige.
Wireless MicroSet
The microphone is also available in a variety of wireless models, including
the BP892cW. The BP892cW includes a 1.4 m (55") permanently attached
miniature cable terminated with a locking 4-pin connector for use with
Audio-Technica UniPak
body-pack transmitters. Models are also available in
a variety of terminations for use with many other manufacturers’ wireless
systems (see below). No power module or belt clip is included (or required)
with the wireless models. The wireless models’ dimensions, polar pattern
and included accessories are otherwise identical to those of the BP892.
The BP892cW is also available unterminated as the BP892c.
Cable Terminations
BP892cW, BP892cW-THTerminated with locking 4-pin connector for use
with A-T UniPak
body-pack transmitters
BP892cL4, BP892cL4-THTerminated for Sennheiser
wireless systems
using Lemo
BP892cLM3, BP892cLM3-THTerminated for Sennheiser
wireless systems
using locking 3.5 mm connector
BP892cT4, BP892cT4-THTerminated for Shure
wireless systems using
TA4F-type connector
BP892cT5, BP892cT5-THTerminated for Lectrosonics
wireless systems
using TA5F-type connector
BP892c, BP892c-TH – Unterminated
Model numbers ending in ”TH“ are beige.
is a registered trademark of Audio-Technica. Other product and company names
mentioned herein may be trademarks and/or service marks of their respective owners.
Operation and Maintenance
The BP892 requires 11V to 52V phantom power for operation.
Output is low impedance (Lo-Z) balanced. The signal appears across Pins
2 and 3; Pin 1 is ground (shield). Output phase is “Pin 2 hot”— positive
acoustic pressure produces positive voltage at Pin 2.
An integral 80 Hz high-pass UniSteep
lter provides easy switching from
a at frequency response to a low-end roll-off. The roll-off position reduces
the microphone’s sensitivity to popping in close vocal use. It also reduces
the pickup of low-frequency ambient noise (such as trafc, air-handling
systems, etc.), room reverberation and mechanically coupled vibrations. To
engage the UniSteep
lter, use the end tip of a paperclip or other small
pointed instrument to slide the switch toward the “bent” line.
The exible design of the BP892 MicroSet enables it to be worn on either
the left or right ear. Position the lightweight contoured loop around the
back of your ear, so that the boom extends from the bottom of your ear.
Bend the loop as needed to achieve a secure, comfortable t, so that the
MicroSet is not dislodged by shaking your head. Remove the MicroSet and
bend a gentle curve in the microphone's boom. Hook the MicroSet back
around your ear, and adjust the boom as needed to follow the contour of
your face, positioning the microphone near the corner of your mouth. The
microphone has a large acoustical sweet spot; experiment with placement
near the corner of your mouth for optimal performance.
A cable clip is provided for strain relief, allowing the microphone to remain
securely in place without the weight of the cable pulling on the headset. To
install the cable clip, slip the cable into the snap-on connector and attach
the clip to clothing, leaving enough slack on the MicroSet side of the clip to
allow for free, comfortable motion.
The included AT8464 Dual-Ear Microphone Mount allows you to convert
your single ear-worn BP892 MicroSet
to a dual-ear-worn unit. The
BP892 ts on either side of the Dual-Ear Microphone Mount, allowing
the microphone to be worn to either the left or right of your mouth. The
headband easily adjusts to t both children and adults.
How to use the Dual-Ear Microphone Mount
1. Insert the rounded end of your BP892 ear hook into the larger
opening of your Dual-Ear Microphone Mount’s left or right tapered
holder. Firmly seat ear hook in the tapered holder.
2. Insert the small rounded end of the additional supplied ear hook
into the larger opening of your Dual-Ear Microphone Mount’s
remaining tapered holder. Firmly seat ear hook in the tapered holder.
3. Open the Dual-Ear Microphone Mount’s adjustable behind-the-neck
headband to its maximum position by pushing the headband’s
adjusting tabs together (a). Put the behind-the-neck headband on,
hooking the ear hooks over your ears. Adjust the t of the headband
as needed, by sliding the headband’s adjusting tabs until you arrive at
a secure, comfortable t (a). Attach the microphone cable to the
cable clip positioned between the headband’s adjusting tabs (b).

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