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The white-finished version of U853PMU, the U853PMWU UniLine condenser hanging microphone features Audio-Technica’s UniLine® line-cardioid element and comes equipped with a wall/ceiling plate power module for permanent installation in a standard, single-gang electrical box. The phantom-powered microphone is equipped with UniGuard® innovations that offer unsurpassed immunity from radio frequency interference. It accepts interchangeable elements, available in cardioid, hypercardioid, omnidirectional and UniLine™ line cardioid polar patterns. Its 80 Hz low-cut UniSteep® filter reduces pickup of low-frequency ambient noise.
 

Can the hanging condenser mic be used for a lecture live telecast

We run classes .and telecast them to a few cities within Australia.
At the moment the teacher has a lapel mic which works completly fine, while the students use hand held mics for the questions that they ask.
The problem with the hand held mics is that they don't pick up the voice properly as the students forget to hold it properly.
If we were to use the condenser hanging microphone for the students, I am worried it would pick up all the un-necessary noises and that the actual audio that we are trying to pick up would get lost as well???

Another question is what are your thoughts if we had say 3 hanging mics in the classroom (ie one where the teacher stands)?
The classroom is approximately 10m x 10m and the number of students attending hte class is roughly 20-30

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