DPA4060 lightweight "Binaural" rig
Jul 3, 2016Public
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Photo: First version was too short
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Photo: The first version was made with magnetic holder. But it was not possible to adjust the mic placement
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Photo: Velcro is much better than magnet to fix capsules in place. It works also as shock absorber so the capsules are very well isolated from the windscreen, handle and boom. 
The Velcro also works as a sound diffuser, so the wooden plate will less reflect some frequencies that can affect the flat DPA4060 frequency curve.

It sounds like this:
https://fieldrecording.net/2016/07/10/dpa4060-binaural-test/
Photo: It is actually 240mm space between capsules.

It sounds like this:
https://fieldrecording.net/2016/07/10/dpa4060-binaural-test/
Photo: Notice that the capsule and the baffle plate must be placed slightly out of the Rycote cylinder so the basked frame will not block the sound flow to the capsules. 
Listen to recordings:
https://fieldrecording.net/2016/07/10/dpa4060-binaural-test/
Photo: It sounds like this:
https://fieldrecording.net/2016/07/10/dpa4060-binaural-test/
Photo: Listen to recordings with DPA4060 binaural array:
https://fieldrecording.net/2016/07/10/dpa4060-binaural-test/
Photo: Listen to recordings with DPA4060 binaural array:
https://fieldrecording.net/2016/07/10/dpa4060-binaural-test/
Photo: Listen to recordings with DPA4060 binaural array:
https://fieldrecording.net/2016/07/10/dpa4060-binaural-test/
Photo: Listen to recordings with DPA4060 binaural array:
https://fieldrecording.net/2016/07/10/dpa4060-binaural-test/
Photo: Listen to recordings with DPA4060 binaural array:
https://fieldrecording.net/2016/07/10/dpa4060-binaural-test/
Photo: Listen to recordings with DPA4060 binaural array:
https://fieldrecording.net/2016/07/10/dpa4060-binaural-test/