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Standard Microphone


The TS-D1000-M1 Microphone is a dedicated component of the Digital conference system's Chairman unit and Delegate unit. Its mic head is equipped with an illuminated display ring that allows the status of the units in use to be monitored at a glance.

  • Gooseneck microphone
  • Unidirectional electret condenser microphone
  • LED shows microphone status
  • XLR-3-12C connector
  • Sensitivity:-37 dB (1 kHz, 0 dB = 1 V / PA)
  • Frequency response: 100 Hz - 13 kHz
  • Length: 518 mm (1.7 ft)
Electret condenser microphone
1.4 kΩ
-37 dB (1 kHz 0 dB = 1 V/Pa)
LED Indicator
Speech indicator (ring type) Red
Frequency Response
100 Hz - 13 kHz
Output Terminal
Equivalent to XLR-3-12C
Operating Temperature
0 °C to 40 °C (32 ºF to 104 ºF)
Operating Humidity
90%RH or less (no condensation)
Gooseneck: Stainless steel, black
Other: ABS resin, black
518 mm (1.7 ft)
110 g (0.24 lb)
Compatible Unit
Chairman unit: TS-D1000-CU
Delegate unit: TS-D1000-DU

Please download Datasheet to access full specifications.

Optional Accessory

The ergonomically designed short stem microphone shall be able to simply plug into an associated chairman or delegate unit via the built-in XLR connector and shall have a frequency response of 100 Hz – 13 kHz with a sensitivity of -37dB.
The microphone shall be of an electret condenser type that will provide optimum performance.
The microphone shall have a red ring at the top that shall illuminate when active indicating its status to others.
The microphone shall be finished with a black stainless steel gooseneck with an overall length of 518 mm (1.7’) and shall weigh 110 g (0.24 lb.)

Applicable units: TS-1000-CU chairman unit, TS-1000-DU delegate unit manufactured by TOA Corporation

Manufacturer: TOA Corporation
Model: TS-D1000-M1

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