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Re: looking for recommendation for in-ear microphones
My best binaural recordings have been made using the Bruel & Kjaer 4101 binaural
These are essentially a stethoscope-like framework that places two DPA 4060
miniature microphones at the entrance to user's ear canals.
This product has two downsides, however. The first is that it's expensive, and
the second is that it is fiendishly uncomfortable. The fact that B&K supply a
diffuse-field frequency response calibration for the system is a big plus.
Feel free to contact me off the list if you would like a more detailed
accounting of my experiences with that device.
----- Original Message ----
From: Dr. Michael Tangermann <ms@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thu, May 26, 2011 6:23:16 AM
Subject: looking for recommendation for in-ear microphones
I am looking for recommendations and information about good in-ear microphones.
(My aim is to record good subject dependent directional hearing cues for later
use in experiments with in-ear headphones.)
Anyone out there with suggestions / experience?
Thank you for any help,
-- Michael Tangermann
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