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New Stage-Floor Microphone

Bartlett Microphones TM-125 stage-floor microphoneThe designers of the PCC[TM]-160 now offer their next-generation stage-floor microphone — the TM-125 – featuring these improvements:

  • Smaller size

  • Lower cost
  • More rugged
  • Smoother frequency response
  • Tighter tolerances
  • Made in U.S.A.
  • 100% tested by the engineers who designed it


This supercardioid boundary mic is designed for use on the theater stage to pick up actors in drama or musicals. Other intended uses are capturing the footwork of dance groups, and picking up speech in boardrooms, conferences, pulpits, and altar tables.

Miniature capsule technology prevents phase cancellations due to sound reflections off the surface. This results in a wide, smooth frequency response free of comb filtering, so speech sounds clear and natural.

With its thick steel housing and low-profile rugged construction, the TM-125 can withstand heavy footsteps that would destroy other microphones.

The microphone electronics are contained inside the housing. A supplied XLR mic cable plugs into a connector in the side of the microphone.

The tight supercardioid polar pattern of the TM-125 helps prevent feedback, and provides excellent isolation from sounds behind the mic, such as a pit orchestra. The microphone picks up sound while rejecting mechanical vibrations.

Frequency response: 60 Hz to 18 kHz, rising at high frequencies to compensate for picking up speech off-axis.
Signal-to-noise ratio: 72 dB at 94 dB SPL.
Maximum SPL: 120 dB SPL produces 3% THD.
Finish: Black or white.
Price: $199 plus $10 shipping.

Bartlett Microphones is based in Elkhart, Indiana. Designers Bruce Bartlett and Steve Mills have 57 years of combined engineering experience at Shure and Crown International. For more information see www.bartlettmics.com.

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