Kramer’s versatile Omnivore KM-2B brings a single mic solution for corporate applications
Kramer’s Omnivore KM-2B, first on display at ISE 2020, is designed to be the go-to for microphone needs in a meeting and conference spaces.
Its patent-pending Omnivore KM-2B is a multi-purpose dual boundary microphone that eliminates the need for comb filtering and maximises acoustic energy, giving users access to an unmatched clarity and flexibility.
Versatile for any installation, the Omnivore has three selectable polar patterns: omnidirectional for use in small-to-medium spaces, sub-cardioid for display in a huddle space and cardioid for the lecturer on a podium.
“KM-2B can be installed and configured by an individual with minimal audio expertise,” Kramer director of audio Yuval Kramer says.
“The switchable pickup polar patterns will help the user get excellent results in minimum time, allowing simple trial and error and providing totally flexible installation.”
Yuval was the brainchild of the Omnivore KM-2B who wanted the ultimate flexible corporate microphone offer which is simple for anyone to master.
On top of its flexibility, the sound quality is paramount. A selectable high-pass filter at 120Hz helps it avoid any ‘boominess’ or table noises. The two microphones in the device can be summed into a single channel or output two separate signals.
Additionally, a boost mode of an extra 12Db of mic sensitivity gives users an important gain stage if it’s too far away from the speaker.