At the moment we have eight models of microphones available.
*Brahma-in-Zoom, where the tetrahedral array is mounted inside the Zoom H2n
*a version where the array is mounted on top of the Zoom, with 25 mm capsules
A version of the Zoom H2n with XLR five pin connector on top, and a wand with a tetrahedral array on top.
*a freestanding microphone with 14 mm capsules, with a DIN 12 M connector. This microphone needs to be coupled with a high quality four channel digital recorder.
*Brahma Ambisonic Studio Microphone using 25 mm capsules and low noise electronics. Uses DIN 12 M connector. This microphone needs to be coupled to a high quality four channel recorder.
Brahma-8, the second order, eight capsule microphone, with calibration for both AmbiX and SPS-8 formats.
Low cost versions of first and second order microphones, with 14 capsules and full calibration.