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Subminiature Red Dot victory

Subminiature Red Dot victory

Subminiature Red Dot victory


DPA Microphones has received a 2019 Red Dot Award in the product design category for its d:fine Core 6066 Subminiature headset microphone.

‘We are absolutely thrilled to be recognised by Red Dot’s expert product design jury, which we understand tested more than 5,000 products before coming to their decision,’ said DPA’s CEO, Kalle Hvidt Nielsen. ‘This is an incredible endorsement for DPA’s R&D team, which spent many months developing our 6000 Series microphone capsule – the smallest microphones we have ever made – and working with customers in various industry sectors to perfect a headset that is secure, lightweight, unobtrusive, easy to fit and extremely comfortable to wear. Winning this award is a massive endorsement and we couldn’t be more pleased.’

The Red Dot Design Awards feature categories for product design, communication design and design concept. The product design award saw designers and manufacturers in 55 countries submit more than 5,500 products for consideration. The products were then put to an international jury. Only around 6% of entries received a Red Dot Award.

‘I would like to congratulate the laureates sincerely on their wonderful success,’ said Professor Dr Peter Zec, founder and CEO of Red Dot. ‘The fact that their products were able to satisfy the strict criteria of the jury bears testimony to their award-winning design quality. The laureates are thus setting key trends in the design industry and are showing where future directions may lead.’

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