Microphone Array System - Interstate Audio MAS-D

MAS-D Microphone Array System

The MAS-D Microphone Array System adopts a metal streamlined desktop design, which is stylish and succinct. It also has a unique microphone array technology and an integrated microphone module, which improves the range and quality of the array microphone and ensures that the speaker is specific. It ensures that the speaker does not affect the sound effect within a certain range. Eliminating the gooseneck microphone and the larger pickup range gives the speaker more space to use.

The MAS-D Microphone Array System provides a silent electronic switch that controls the microphone’s radio operation and provides a microphone work indicator. When the red light is on, the microphone is muted, and when the green light is on, the microphone is in the radio state.

It adopts POE power supply and Dante protocol, and professional RJ45 connection. Only one network cable is connected to the switch with POE power supply. It can be combined with other Dante devices to form the system output sound. It is easy to install and is ideal for various conferences, lectures and recordings.

Thanks to the unique microphone module circuit design, the array microphone has a pickup distance of 80CM and a deeper pickup range, and the pointing characteristics are significantly improved compared with the general cardioid microphone.

MAS-D Microphone Array System feature radio frequency interference (RF) shielding technology that provides outstanding protection against radio frequency interference and avoids interference such as mobile phones when receiving radio.

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  • Frequency response: 20-20000Hz
  • Input impedance: 2.2KΩ
  • Sensitivity: -11dB at 1KHz@1Pa
  • Signal to noise ratio: 65dB at 1KHz
  • Maximum input level: -14dBA at 1KHz@1Pa
  • Pickup distance: 80CM
  • Port: RJ45
  • Power supply mode: POE IEEE802.3
  • Power consumption: 2.3W
  • Weight: 350g
  • Dimensions: length 320mm * width 60mm * height 31mm
  • DANTE network: RJ45 connector, CAT5 or CAT6 network above 100Mbps

Q: I have connection problems with the software, what should I check?
A: First, check whether UDP Port 39060 is available for the software.
If you don't have a port scanner we recommend you to download TCPView from the Microsoft website.
If another process uses the port, end that process and try again.

Q: UDP Port 39060 is free and I still have connection problems, what should I check now?
A: The software does a scan on the IP range used by your computer based on the computer’s IP. There is no option in the software to tell what network adapter should be used, so if you have multiple network adapters in use please make sure only the adapter you want to use is enabled. If not the software is probably scanning the wrong IP range.