SNAMM04: Next Generation Mics From Audio-Technica

State-of-the-art electronics and features that break the performance-for-price barrier      23/07/04

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SNAMM04: Next Generation Mics From Audio-Technica
Gary shows us the new Pro Series

Audio-Technica's Pro Series offers a wide range of vocal and instrument mics comprising both dynamic and condenser models in handheld and specialty designs. Designed with high-performance specifications for clarity, volume, durability, and ease of operation, A-T have striven to ensure that they remain cost-effective and reliable. The Pro Series line comprises 11 models:
  • PRO 31/PRO 31QTR Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphones;
  • PRO 41 Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone;
  • PRO 61 Hypercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone;
  • PRO 63 Cardioid Dynamic Instrument Microphone;
  • PRO 25ax Hypercardioid Dynamic Instrument Microphone;
  • PRO 35ax Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone;
  • PRO 70 Cardioid Condenser Lavalier/Instrument Microphone;
  • PRO 8HEx Hypercardioid Dynamic Headworn Microphone;
  • PRO 24 Stereo Condenser Microphone;
  • PRO 37 Small-Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser Microphone. For a full run down of the Mics and their specific uses:
  • www.audio-technica.com


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