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DPA Microphones D3C DPA Microphones D3C


Product Information
Overview The D3c Decca Tree with Integrated Cables is a highly versatile and stylish microphone mount. The Decca Tree provides extreme flexibility due to its unique building block design. It allows for numerous configurations while an integrated custom length cable option adds even more value to the product's visual elegance.

In the concert hall, the mount is hardly visible and completely non-light reflective. The mount is equally suitable for fixed installations and mobile setups and can be neatly packed away into the supplied briefcase for easy transportation.

Compact and extremely lightweight, the Decca Tree is very strong and stable. Although the array is optimized for use with DPA microphones, it accommodates all microphone holders.

All three microphones can be spaced 60 - 210 cm (2 - 7 ft) apart, either "on-line", in a vintage Decca school T-shape, or in an equilateral triangle configuration for optimal balance with a centered fixation point. Expandability is possible at all times and only your imagination is the limit. Its elegant, yet unobtrusive, qualities and ability to reproduce any Decca array accurately make the D3 an obvious choice.

An upgrade kit from D3 to S5, D3X, is available for you to easily upgrade to a D5 Surround Mount.

The D3 comes with a measuring tape and the unique DPA protractor, making precise distance and angling possible without having large and clumsy devices permanently fixed on the booms.
Specifications
  • Color: Black, Non-light reflective, Anodized aluminium with assembly threads of stainless steel
  • Weight: 1300 g (46 oz) w. microphone holders
Brand DPA Microphones
Model D3C
Part Number D3C
Product Category Microphone Stands
Unit of Measure EACH
Weight 5.00 lbs.
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Close your eyes and listen. From the subtlest nuances of a solo violin or vocalist to the thunderous intensity of a full brass section or drum kit, it's all there, spectacularly pure and uncolored. The sound is so crisp and detailed that you begin to create a mental picture of what the recording environment looked like. The microphones responsible? DPA, of course.
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