Available Options

CVB-B/C Boundary Condenser Microphone, 12’ Cable, Cardioid, Black
CVB-B/O Boundary Condenser Microphone, 12’ Cable, Omnidirectional, Black

Designed for desktop-installed sound reinforcement applications, Centraverse™ Boundary Condenser Microphones seamlessly fit within any design aesthetic. They offer low-profile, discreet placement for corporate facilities, houses of worship, government institutions, and beyond.

Featuring Commshield® Technology, which guards against unwanted RF interference from portable wireless devices, Centraverse microphones deliver in best-in-class performance and reliability.

Application

Conference/Installed

Conference Tables

Lecterns/Altars

Meeting Rooms

Microphone Type

Condenser:

Lightweight, sensitive diaphragm. Precisely and smoothly captures sound nuances. Powered by battery or phantom power supply.

Polar Pattern

Cardioid:

Picks up the most sound in front of the microphone and some from the sides. Less susceptible to feedback in high volume environments.

OmniDirectional:

Equally sensitive to sound from all directions, but cannot be "aimed" to isolate one area.

Frequency Response

Tailored:

Smooth, extended response. Tuned to accentuate specific types of instruments or voices.

Form Factor

Boundary

Model Line

Centraverse

Downloads
Centraverse Microphones Brochure (PDF)
Centraverse Boundary Microphones Specification Sheet (PDF)
Centraverse Boundary Microphones User Guide (PDF)
Related Links
CommShield® Technology White Paper
Features
  • Available in cardioid or omnidirectional polar patterns
  • CommShield® Technology that guards against unwanted RF interference from portable wireless devices (smartphones, etc.) and high resistance to intense nearby radio signals
  • Available in black with attached 12’ XLR cable
  • Frequency response ideal for capturing fast transients in a wide variety of locations, including podiums and desktops
  • Superior Shure design and rugged, dependable construction
Specifications
Type
Electret Condenser
Polar Pattern
CVB/O: Omnidirectional; CVB/C: Cardioid
Frequency Response
70–16,000 Hz (See user guide for line drawing of curve.)
Output Level
Open Circuit Voltage, 1 kHz (typical): CVB/O –28 dBV/Pa[1] (40 mV); CVB/C –32.5 dBV/Pa[1] (23 mV)