Hosa Technology Mogan Microphones

A subminiature microphone from Hosa.
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Hosa Technology Mogan Microphones

Dec 14, 2011 12:06 PM

Hosa Technologies Mogan Standard

Hosa Technology has introduced Mogan microphones, a new brand of subminiature microphones. The first offering under the new brand is the Mogan Standard omni earset microphone. The Mogan Standard features a 3mm omnidirectional capsule with -45dB nominal sensitivity that is designed to be positioned near the corner of the wearer’s mouth. The mic also features a soft ear cushion concealing its fully adjustable, sprung-steel mechanism. The Mogan microphone’s interchangeable cable system enables one to connect the microphone to most popular wireless transmitters, including models from Shure, AKG, Sennheiser, and Audio-Technica. Each microphone ships with a detachable Kevlar-reinforced cable with a hardwired connector. The Mogan Standard is available in either beige or black. Price: $200




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