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near-coincident pair A spaced-pair microphone technique which uses directional microphones, placed approximately 7" apart, or the average spacing between ears on a human head. This allows for some amount of phase difference in the two signals, but not enough to lose mono compatibility, combining the level difference recording characteristics of directional coincident-pair microphones in a spaced array. ORTF is the most common near-coincident arrangement, but others include NOS, and the Faulkner array.



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