Microflex® Dualflex Gooseneck Microphones deliver unsurpassed style, control, and performance for meetings and conferences. Offering desktop or mounted bases, wired or wireless options, and even interchangeable cartridges, Microflex Dualflex microphones make it easy to get the perfect fit for your conferencing installation.
Fully compatible with ULX-D® and QLX-D® Digital Wireless Systems when used with the ULXD8 Gooseneck Base Transmitter.
C = Cardioid, S = Supercardioid, N = No Cartridge
- Available in 10" (25.4 cm) and 15" (38.1 cm) lengths
- Cardioid and supercardioid polar patterns
- Bi-color status indicator or single color light ring
- Surface-mount and wired or wireless desktop base options
- CommShield® Technology for improved RF filtering
- ULXD8: Gooseneck Base Transmitter
- MX400DP: Desktop Base for MX405, MX410, and MX415 models
- MX890: Wireless Desktop Base for MX405, MX410, and MX415 models
- MX400SMP: Surface Mount Preamp for MX405, MX410, and MX415 models
A99WS Microphone WindscreenMicrophone windscreen reduces unwanted breath and wind noise. For use with Shure Microflex Gooseneck Microphones. Available in black.
R183 R183B and R183W Omnidirectional CartridgeOmnidirectional cartridge for all Microflex® MX183, MX202, MX391, MX392, MX393, MX405, MX410, MX415, MX412, MX418, and WL183 microphones. White or Black.
R184 R184B and R184W Supercardioid CartridgesSupercardioid cartridge for WL183, WL184, WL185 and all Microflex® MX183, MX202, MX391, MX392, MX393, MX405, MX410, MX415, MX412, and MX418 Microphones. White or Black.
R185 R185B and R185W Cardioid CartridgesCardioid cartridge for all Microflex® MX185, MX202, MX391, MX392, MX393, MX405, MX410, MX415, MX412, MX418, and WL185 microphones. White or Black.
RK412WS Snap-fit Microphone WindscreensSecurely fastens to MX405, MX410, MX415, MX412, and MX418 microphones. Contains 4.
RK513WSBlack Foam Windscreens for MX405 and MX410 Microphones (Contains Four)
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